ROTTERDAM, N.Y. (AP) — A New York shopping mall is going on the auction block.

Rotterdam Square mall near Schenectady goes on sale Monday in a two-day online auction run by Rockwood Real Estate Advisors and

The minimum bid is $2 million for a property with three anchor stores and more than 50 retailers, a seven-screen movie theater and a food court.

The Daily Gazette of Schenectady reports ( ) that the mall is being sold by Santa Monica-based Macerich Company.

Macerich bought Rotterdam Square eight years ago when it acquired its Rochester-based parent company, Wilmorite. The $2.3 billion acquisition included 11 regional malls and two open-air shopping centers.

The mall, just off Interstate 890, has three main anchor stores — Kmart, Sears and Macy's.

(Story by: The Associated Press, edited by WIBX)