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Two Las Vegas malls among nation's most valuable

Posted at 5:51 PM, Jan 30, 2018

Two Las Vegas malls are among the most valuable in the country.

CNBC reported that the malls are owned by real estate investment trusts and make roughly $21 billion every year.

No. 7 on the list is The Forum Shops at Caesars, valued at $2.79 billion while No. 5 is Fashion Show, valued at $3.06 billion. 

The top spot goes to Ala Moana Center in Honolulu, Hawaii, valued at $5.74 billion. Malls in Florida, Illinois, New York, Virginia, Pennsylvania and New Jersey round out the list.