Viaport Rotterdam, formerly Rotterdam Square, is a shopping mall located in Rotterdam, New York, United States. The mall has an area of 900,000 square feet on one level with 58 stores, a 450-seat food court as well as restaurants, an aquarium, entertainment center, and a seven-screen Sony-Loews Cineplex, now operated by Zurich Cinemas.
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Rotterdam Square Mall Phone : +1 518-374-3713
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Weekdays hours: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Weekends hours: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Rotterdam Square Mall Address : 93 W Campbell Rd, Schenectady, New York 12306, USA
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Store hours may vary.
Rotterdam Square 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 Rotterdam Square: 93 W Campbell Rd, Schenectady, New York 12306.
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About Rotterdam Square Shopping Center
The mall is situated on a site once owned by the Vedder Family. Harman Albertse Vedder of Schenectady bought the land in 1672 and built a home on it. In 1832 Harmens’ great-grandson Johannes sold it to Colonel Daniel David Schermerhorn Campbell, who constructed a 26-bedroom mansion on the site.
At the time of construction, the area around the mall was a nature preserve, and environmental groups were concerned that the building of the mall would endanger wildlife and pollute the wet lands on the opposite side of Route 337, now the Great Flats Nature Trail and Preserve.