|Address:||270 Loudon Rd, Concord, NH 03301, USA|
|Working:||10AM–9PM 10AM–9PM 10AM–9PM 10AM–9PM 10AM–9PM 10AM–9PM 11AM–6PM|
A mall with much to be desired. Many empty spots throughout. And not many mall-goers. Personally...i believe with the right stores, a bit of renivation this mall can become a winner. The one fantastic thing about this mall is The Bouncy-place for families...in the spot where Old Navy used to be, they have transformed this into a fun-filled place for all ages...especially kids. Of all ages. They have a variety of bouncy houses...and you can play lazer-tag to boot. The cost is $10. Fir each person, all day. Be prepared to fill-out a liability form once you check in. Which protects everone. Once this is done, the info remains in the computer for future visits. For those that will sit on the sidelines...big cozy comfty soft couches to relax while the kids play. And, of course with a Dunks right across the way...makes the wait nice. One thing to remember...since the decrease of businesses in the mall, there is no more in the food court. So, unless you are willing to eat donuts and croissants B.Y.O.F. just saying.
If you need any more proof that the days of the sprawling mall are numbered, look no further than Steeplegate. How this place remains afloat is somewhat of a mystery, though I suspect it is probably the exorbitant lease fees most malls are famous for. Here youll find Sears, the Bon Ton, GameStop, and Spencers Gifts (yes, they still exist), as well as other well-known retailers. However, the place is almost abandoned for much of the year. Empty store front are everywhere, a testament to how little revenue is being generated by most of the businesses. Sadly, there arent many reasons to make a special trip to Steeplegate these days.
Money hungry Steeplegate Mall deserves to go down like a lead balloon! Went to get a photo of my four year old with Santa and was rudely told I couldnt take a photo with my cell phone. What a joke! Spend a thousand bucks in a mall and couldnt get a photo unless they sucked you in for a cheap $22 photo package!! Santa spent five minutes with an infant who could only gaze in the air and drool and spent 30 seconds with an excited four year old (who actually knows who Santa is and couldnt wait to tell him what he wanted for Christmas) What a loser- Bad Santa!!!!
It is close to where I live. The stores need updating and many stores change hands fast. I would like to see more stores to attract more shoppers. It is no where near as big as Manchester, being in the capital of New Hampshire I expect this huge double story mall with stores in abundance. It disappoints with this flaw. Its clean, its a nice walk :/ other then that not much else going for it. the food court is small and cramped and lacking choices! Over all; though, 3/5 stars
Small mall, lots of empty stores. Clean & nice, but not well managed. Mall has at least twice as many mall cops as it could possibly need, same with custodial staff. These costs must be passed on to tenants, which could explain why it has so few stores. The food court is now empty (unless you count DD as food!), and staff frequently outnumber shoppers. Still, it is a nice, clean building. Cant think of a safer place to shop. Oh yeah, mall & stores wifi are a joke.
I guess Im getting too old to hang out at malls any more, but I usually enjoy my (occasional) trips there. The anchor stores are okay, more limited than some other nearby balls. But, there are some good stores here; typically the impetus is shoes, and sometimes I can find good deals. We went to the mini golf the other day, and that was pretty fun. Not that many people there, so we had plenty of time to not be rushed as we were playing with small kids.
Unfortunately, it seems that Concords economy cannot support multiple shopping districts at once. As Concord Main Street Downtown has risen, the Steeplegate mall has fallen on hard times. When a Vape Store is one of the Food Court anchor stores, you know the mall has been devalued. I expect this mall to be turned into a strip mall with exterior access only by 2020. That architectural change might be the only way to save this shopping district.
Steeplegate Mall is largly abandoned. Most people only go to visit the anchor stores. I took a walk around the mall yesterday and there are hardly any stores remaining. More closed up sections then open. The former food court is the most depressing there are 0 open resturants in it and one of the closed resturants isnt even covered up and just sits open. Truthfully I have no idea how the place has not simply closed its doors.
not alot to offer. if you are looking for variety you wont find it here. there is no food court only dunkin donuts and a candy store. you have a sears, jc penny and a bon ton and bon ton is not kid friendly. my two small kids were crying they didnt want to sit in the stroller and we were told to leave they were being disruptive. my kids are one and two get over yourself. will not shop there again.
Its so depressing to see the state of this mall... I spent many weekends with my girlfriends walking around, shopping and eating here as a young teen. It was always full of people and noise though now almost all of the stores are gone, the food court is completely abandoned and the mall is largely empty. Its a sad ending for a place that has so many happy memories...
The place is a ghost town. It will not survive much longer, as online sales take over. Nothing in the place interests me anymore, so I have really no reason to come here anymore. Other stores are either closer, cheaper, a reason I cant think of at the moment, or online. Hopefully it can make a comeback, but as of now, it is a depressing ghost mall.
Was there today, it was sad. It seems like it has huge potential, but it was very sad seeing employees just standing there waiting for customers and nobody coming. I honestly feel bad especually when my wife twlls me how nice it was a decade ago. 3 stars because it was relaxing walking in it and it was very clean.
Nice small mall. Pennys, Sears, and Bon Ton all well-stocked and great sales. Some teen stores. Dress Barn, Victorias Secret. And my favorite -- Talbots. Enough stores to make it a worthwhile shop, and a couple of large strip malls across the street that make the area actually have lots of big stores.
Really not a bad mall. I know the online aspect of consumer shopping these days has really hurt them but still a great place to find items that you either dont want to wait for or items that are simply hard to find. Youre not going to find another comparable mall north of Concord, NH.
I used to love this mall as a kid, and darn it I still do. If my five star rating can get them some business, than good. Whatever helps. All the stores are clean and interesting, and there are far less creepy people in it that other malls that have fallen on hard times.
The mall is clean and tidy yet surprisingly quiet. It looks like this mall is suffering from the same problems that most malls are having nationwide, not as popular as they used to be. The food courts is all but shut down and there are several empty stores.