Cottonwood Mall is a shopping mall located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States. The mall is the second largest mall in the state of New Mexico with a gross leasable area of 1,041,680 square feet (96,775 m2). it features 129 stores, as well as a food court and Regal Cinemas Theater.
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Cottonwood Mall Phone : +1 505-897-6571
Email : Mary.Castillo@washingtonprime.com
Weekdays hours: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Weekends hours: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Cottonwood Mall Address : 10000 Coors Bypass NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87114, USA
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Directions and locations to Cottonwood: 10000 Coors Bypass NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87114.
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About Cottonwood Shopping Center
Cottonwood Mall was built on part of an 89,000 acre parcel of land given by King Philip IV of Spain in 1710 to Francisco Montes Vigil, who later sold the land, which included only some farmland along the Rio Grande, to Captain Juan Gonzales of the Spanish Army. The land grant is known as the “Alameda Land Grant”. In 1929, 20,500 acres were purchased by Albert F. Black who established the Seven Bar Ranch.
The Black family built an adobe home and in 1947 a small airport which was known as the Seven Bar Airport, and later the Alameda Airport. Surrounded by growing urban areas, the Black family sold off much of the remaining ranch for the development of new residential subdivisions. The Alameda Airport remained in operation until 1986, when it was closed to make way for 1983 plans for the 95 acre mall project.