World Trade Center mall has a plan to get you to stick around

The shopping center within the Oculus transit hub in lower Manhattan has about 120 million visitors a year, many of them using it as a link between destinations. The average mall visit is half an hour in length.

Mall operators want people to stay longer, so plan to add more food, entertainment (including virtual reality), gyms, and seats in an attempt to make the Oculus a hip hang-out destination, writes Lily Katz for Bloomberg.

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