The anchor stores for this mall are Sears, Bonton, and Boscovs. They also have the teen stores like Hollister, Aero, etc. It has a decent food court. For regular shopping needs it is fine. Yet, if one is looking for the exceptional, the biggest mall in the East is only a few miles down the road.
Do not go to this mall the security people are completly irrisponsiable they uploaded a video to youtube of this poor lady falling. The mall doesnt care and is very unfriendly i will not shop here again cause i dont want my face all over youtube.
Took one picture at the mall and this rent a cop came up to me and complained that I was not allowed to take photos. Walked to the end of the mall decide that it was a waste of time and left.Never go back. No wonder it looks like this mall is goning bankrupt.
Has anyone discovered a website for the mall? I don't see why they wouldn't have one. The mall itself is better than the Fairgrounds Square Mall, but still nothing to go out of your way for, all the same stores you would have anywhere else.
Didn't anybody notice that the website link is for a mall in MA??
Look, Berkshire isn't bad. Who want's upscale anyway? Yeah, the decor could use an update. If you just want to walk around, Fairgrounds looks prettier. But Berkshire has more practical stores. Just don't go there on Christmas Eve - traffic sucks! (45 minutes just to get out of the parking lot! crazy.)
Berkshire Mall really has nothing to buy,at least i can speak for myself. It wouldnt be half bad, If and only if they updated the stores or add new ones like Body shop etc....But maybe people that live here dont like change or are scared of it . In my opinion is not a mall to go and buy stuff from, its a place to walk around in and waste time.
The Berkshire Mall is a stereotype of the area - the Berks county area is sort of run down and dying out and the malls (Berkshire and Fairgrounds) reflect that fact. The Berkshire is a better mall than the only other option (Fairgrounds) when you consider retail property. The VF outlet is a location/destination of it's own, being an "outlet" location, and supposedly being the source of huge discounts (don't believe it).
If you're in town on business for the night, hit the Berkshire Mall (and VF Outlet if you have time) to walk off the over-abundant evening meal before going back to the hotel room. There is no other reason to journey from a distance to visit this venue.
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