Quaker Bridge Mall
Quaker Bridge Mall is a two-level, major shopping center located in Lawrence Township, New Jersey, on U.S. Route 1 near Interstate 295. The mall opened in 1975, and has over 120 retail establishments. Owned by Kravco Simon, the mall's anchor stores include J.C. Penney, Lord & Taylor, Macy's, Old Navy and Sears. It is also the location of the transmitter for the New Jersey-based radio station WKXW-FM, better known as New Jersey 101.5. The mall has a gross leasable area of 1,102,000 sq ft (102,400 m 2), making it one of the largest shopping malls in New Jersey. Quaker Bridge Mall's regular season hours are Monday to Saturday from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm and on Sunday from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Anchors at Quaker Bridge Mall, in descending order by square footage) are:
  • Macy's (212,663 sq ft.) (opened 1975 as Bamberger's, converted to Macy's in 1986)
  • Sears (171,141 sq ft.)
  • JCPenney (151,491 sq ft.)
  • Lord & Taylor (151,465 sq ft.) (opened 1975 as Hahne's, converted to Lord & Taylor in 1990)

Quaker Bridge Mall opened in 1975 with 4 anchors: Bamberger's, Hahne's, JCPenney and Sears. The mall's existence helped to spur growth along the Route 1 corridor with the opening of additional shopping and strip centers, as well as the reconstruction of numerous intersections on Route 1 to accommodate the rising levels in traffic. Department store changes took place in 1986 and 1990 when Bamberger's converted to Macy's and the closing of Hahne's allowed for the opening of Lord and Taylor. In 1988-89, the mall was heavily renovated. New flooring was added, new lighting was added, new seating areas added, the child's play area in the Sears wing was removed in favor of a planter and seating area, the majority of the fountains were removed, the mall received a paint job and the mall entrances facing Route 1 were redesigned. Except for an expansion to Lord and Taylor in 2001 and the full removal of the fountains in 1999, there have been little changes to Quaker Bridge Mall.

A proposed 600,000-square-foot (56,000 m 2) expansion project, would add Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom, along with as many as 100 new stores and restaurants. Nordstrom's two-level, 144,000-square-foot (13,400 m 2) store will be the fifth Nordstrom store in New Jersey. Neiman Marcus is planning to occupy about 90,000 square feet (8,400 m 2) on two levels. Due to the slowed economic climate, the mall renovations are moving slowly. The township approved the new JCPenney building and parking deck in 2008. On October 25, 2010, the Quaker Bridge Mall received approval from Lawrence Township to build the expansion.