Merchants eye potential impacts of Gateway Mall sale

Mark Derosa, right, manager of Games People Play at the Gateway Mall, believes Gateway Mall would be more successful if management would bring in service industries. With him is store associate, Jim Barry. Games People Play | Courtesy photo

Hoping new owners will be creative moving forward

By Max Efrein | The Daily Courier

While Prescott Gateway Mall essentially sits in escrow following a $10 million auction purchase on Wednesday, April 5, the businesses currently operating on the property are still open and awaiting a verdict.

For Mallory Ronaldson, owner of Go Bananas, a child play center at the mall, this would be the fifth time the property has changed management in her nearly seven years of business.

“First it was Macerich, then the bank, then Urban Retail and now Tabani,” she said.

And if the sale goes through as planned after about 20 to 50 more days of processing, the newest owner will step into the limelight.

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