I am an English native speaker working with non-native English teachers. In one of our texts, we came across the following sentence:
ABC Mall has the most comprehensive loyalty rewards program of any malls in the area.
But to me, this doesn't seem correct. "of any mall" is more natural, but they state that "any" can go before plural nouns too. And while I agree, this depends on the sentence and the structure itself.
So, is "of any mall" correct? or "of any malls"? And why?