New York should not have malls. I feel strongly about this. We live here so that we don't need to be subjected to mall culture. Why is mall culture bad? Not because I have a problem with material acquisitiveness, but because it makes shopping boring. At any rate -- the space is nice and clean and the stores are upscale. It's anchored by a Borders (good, not great), a Whole Foods (huge, but not with an easy to navigate layout) and the Samsung Experience (where you can check your email for free). This is utterly not a destination in my eyes, but if you need somewhere to get warm, sit down, or check your email, it's not at all bad for what it is.