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Turns out malls in the suburbs aren't quite the same as malls in the city after all. Developers have apparently gone and built too much parking space at malls like the Gateway Center at the Bronx Terminal Market, and most of the stalls are usually empty. And those stalls weren't cheap: Related Companies spent $35,000 per parking space for the Gateway Center, and they're "rarely used." Whoops. [TRD]