The world is rapidly changing right before our eyes. Take your local shopping center as an example. There is a shopping center, not unlike hundreds of others in New York, that has changed quite a bit in the last 15 years and I'll bet you didn't even notice.

Let's take a look back at the last 15 years and compare "then and now" of Mohawk Commons in Niskayuna. Which, not that long ago, was home to Blockbuster, Branes & Noble, Bed, Bath & Beyond and more.

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NOW - Massage Envy and Aspen Dental

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THEN - Blockbuster 2007

Blockbuster
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NOW - Ulta Beauty

Ulta
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THEN - Barnes & Noble 2007

Barnes & Noble
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NOW - Chase Bank

Chase Bank
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THEN - Ruby Tuesday 2007

Ruby Tuesday's
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NOW - Burlington

Burlington
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THEN - Bed, Bath & Beyond 2011

Bed Bath Beyond
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NOW - Pure Barre and Spectrum

Spectrum
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THEN - EMS 2011

EMS
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NOW - Market 32

Market 32
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THEN - Price Chopper 2011

Price Chopper
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NOW - GNC

GNC
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THEN - Love New York Pizza 2011

I Love New York Pizza
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NOW - T Mobile

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THEN - Sprint 2007

Sprint
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NOW - Maurices

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THEN - Metro Mattress 2007

Metro Mattress
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NOW - Vision Works

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THEN - Empire Vision 2011

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Crossgates Mall in Albany Opened in 1984

This is what the Crossgates Mall looked like when it opened in 1984.

Gallery Credit: Karolyi

A Final Look Inside Mohawk Mall in Schenectady

Once a thriving shopping destination in the Niskayuna/Schenectady/Colonie area, Mohawk Mall opened in 1970 and lasted just about until the millennium.

Gallery Credit: YouTube

This Capital Region Mall Has A Cemetery?

Have you ever noticed the cemetery at this mall in Schenectady?

Gallery Credit: Karolyi

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