High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rainbow Centre Factory Outlet was an enclosed outlet mall in Niagara Falls, New York, that operated from 1982 to 2000. Its design was unusual in that it was contained within its own parking ramp, and opened directly into the Wintergarden, an indoor arboretum, on its southern end. It was owned by the Cordish Company until October 2010, when the abandoned mall was donated to Niagara County Community College for use as a culinary institute, student-run restaurant, and a Barnes and Noble bookstore. The newly remodeled complex is scheduled to open in 2012.