By  on November 5, 2012

Don Ghermezian knows from naysayers.

The principal and chief executive officer of Triple Five has encountered no shortage of critics. After all, his family’s company built two of the biggest malls in North America in the unlikeliest of places: the 6.1 million-square-foot West Edmonton Mall in Alberta, Canada, and the 4.2 million-square-foot Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn. And now Ghermezian is overseeing one of New Jersey’s most controversial mall projects in recent years: American Dream, or Xanadu, as it was formally known.

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