Booming Baytown props up Houston’s economy, for now (Houston Chronicle)

By Mark Collette and Erin Mulvaney

At the center of the San Jacinto Mall’s crumbling, mostly empty parking lot lies a retail ghost town with dozens of shuttered storefronts. Some wings are barricaded entirely. A fountain filled in with dirt marks the intersection of empty corridors. On a recent afternoon, a few souls munched Chinese takeout in the 1980s-era food court.

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