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Dec. 30, 1989: Seneca Mall to shoppers: We aren't closing

Crippled by the opening of the Walden Galleria Mall, the owners West Seneca’s Seneca Mall sent 50,000 letters to folks in West Seneca, Buffalo and Lackawanna to correct rumors of closure.

Finally sold to the owners of the Walden Galleria after other deals fell through, the Seneca Mall was torn down in 1994.

Following the death of Bills founder Ralph C. Wilson Jr. this past year, part of the Seneca Mall property was one of many areas mentioned as the possible home for a new Bills stadium.

"Seneca Mall writing to area shoppers"

"The owners of Seneca Mall have launched a letter campaign aimed at convincing consumers that the beleaguered shopping center isn't going to close.

"About 50,000 residents living within a four-mile radius of the mall will receive the letters this weekend from Equitable Real Estate Investment Management Inc., owners of the shopping center in West Seneca."

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