The list of the most popular Dallas-based shopping malls is now a thing of the past.
The Dallas-Fort Worth market center on Interstate 35E is no longer considered one of the top shopping malls in the Dallas area.
Worth market was ranked at No. 2, according to a ranking from The Dallas Times-Herald.
It’s not the first time Dallas-Fairplay has dropped to the bottom of the list.
Dallas-Amarillo’s No. 1 ranking dropped to No. 11.
In the past, the city also dropped to number 18.
For the third year in a row, the Dallas-Dallas-Fort-Worth market ranked as the most expensive shopping center in the country, according the survey of the 100 largest malls in Texas.
The ranking is based on sales in a specific month.
In 2015, Dallas-Houston’s No, 3 spot was the most costly mall.
In 2016, Dallas’ No. 5 ranking dropped four spots to No, 4.
In 2016, the Fort Worth market dropped four to No., 5.
In 2018, Dallas dropped five to No 3.
Dallas-Arlington, No. 6, moved from No. 9 to No 10.
In 2019, the Arlington market dropped five spots to the No. 13 spot.
The Fort Worth city also slipped five spots from last year.