Kings Plaza Shopping Center is a shopping center within the Marine Park/Mill Basin section of Brooklyn, New York City, near the Flatlands and Bergen Beach neighborhoods and offers 137 stores.
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Kings Plaza Shopping Center Mall Phone : +1 718-253-6842
Email : N/A
Weekdays hours: 10:00 am - 9:30 pm
Weekends hours: 11:00 am - 8:00 pm
Kings Plaza Shopping Center Mall Address : 5100 Kings Plaza, Brooklyn, New York 11234, USA
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Kings Plaza Shopping Center Regular Business Hours
What time does the Kings Plaza Shopping Center Mall Open and close?
Store hours may vary.
Kings Plaza Shopping Center Mall holiday hours
The majority of the stores will adjust hours of operation during the holidays. The observed holidays include:
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Directions and locations to Kings Plaza Shopping Center: 5100 Kings Plaza, Brooklyn, New York 11234.
Products & Services of Kings Plaza Shopping Center
Package Carry Out
Finding Your Parked Car
Escort to Your Car
Complimentary Wheelchair Rental
Lost & Found Services
About Kings Plaza Shopping Center Shopping Center
Prior to the construction of Kings Plaza, the site was occupied by a Standard Oil petroleum storage facility, built in the 1930s. The site was later occupied by a plastics producer and an auto garage. In 1965, the Alexander’s department store chain announced it would build a new store at Flatbush Avenue and Avenue U, in order to expand to Southeast Brooklyn in response to residential development in Flatlands and Canarsie. Alexander’s was competing with E. J. Korvette to build a store in the area. By 1966, the mall was planned as a joint venture between Macy’s and Alexander’s.