The largest enclosed shopping center in south-central Pennsylvania, Park City Center offers the whole family a terrific shopping and entertainment experience. Featuring over 150 specialty stores such as Abercrombie & Fitch, Ann Taylor Loft, Charlotte Russe, Build-A-Bear Workshop, H&M and Hollister Co. Take advantage of some of our family friendly amenities such as our Children's Play Area, Club NOGGIN, and the Family Restrooms.
The Guest Services is located near Ross Dress For Less and is open during all mall hours. Available services include a Job Employment Bank, Complimentary Strollers and Wheelchairs, Security Assistance, Lost and Found, Directions, and many other customer related services.
The Mall at Steamtown opened with 65 retailers and 3 anchors: Boscov's, Montgomery Ward and The Globe. The Globe, an historic Scranton retailer, was connected to the mall via the bridge space. Unfortunately, the struggling anchor closed its doors in 1995. The building has since been redeveloped and is now known as Metro Tech Center, home of Diversified Information Technologies.
Host your special event, meeting or celebration at the Harrisburg Mall! The community room is approximately 7,000 sq ft and can accommodate up to 50 people.
Conveniently located on the lower level between the escalators and adjacent to JC Penney. Monroeville Mall Customer Service offers many services including the following:<br> - Information on stores and store locations<br> - Information on locations of telephones, bank machines and restrooms<br> - Travel directions<br> - Mall Brochures<br> - CBL Malls and American Express Gift Cards<br> - Registration for the Monroeville Mall Kidz Club<br> - Wheelchair Loans<br> - Stroller Rental
You will find all the stores that make us the area’s premier shopping destination, including Build-A-Bear Workshop, Hollister Co., Forever 21 and New York & Co. Shop our 90 specialty stores and enjoy a delicious meal at one of our restaurants or in our Food Court!
You need jeans. You want "You can't help but check me out in these jeans," jeans. You need jewelry. You want a unique sparkle that makes you feel like a diamond in the rough. You need dress shoes. You want six-inch heels that'll make his tongue hang out. You need a dress. You want a little black dress that'll make all the other little black dresses jealous. You need a mall. You want The Mall at Robinson.
Strawberry Square is a pleasant surprise. A distinctive retail complex located in a one million square foot office facility in the heart of Pennsylvania's capital city. Its distinction lies not only in its unique mix of award-winning contemporary design and authentic city block restorations, but in its blend of atrium shops, eateries and offices. Strawberry Square is truly one of a kind ~ a superbly-located intercity development that has become an energetic hub for the city's affluent professionals. Strawberry Square. Vital, unique, accessible.
From 22 West: Follow 22 West to Schoenersville Road Exit. At the traffic light, make a left onto Schoenersville Road. Follow Schoenersville Road through three traffic lights. Westgate Mall is on your right.
The King of Prussia Mall is the largest shopping mall on the East Coast of the United States, and the largest shopping mall in the United States of America in terms of leasable retail space.<br> The two-building agglomeration is also arguably America's largest shopping complex at one location. It is located in King of Prussia, an area within Upper Merion Township, Pennsylvania, northwest of Philadelphia. <br> The upscale mall, anchored by Bloomingdale's, Lord & Taylor, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, JCPenney, Macy's and Sears and one vacant department store, has over 400 stores and restaurants. It is also the sole outpost in Philadelphia for a number of high-end stores including Stuart Weitzman, Hugo Boss, Betsey Johnson, Movado, Kate Spade, Furla, Molton Brown, DKNY, Cartier, Anne Fontaine, Burberry, Hermès moving to a new expanded location next to Neiman Marcus, and Louis Vuitton. King of Prussia frequently sees the addition of new luxury stores, most recently signing David Yurman, Boss Orange, Mont Blanc, Ralph Lauren, North Face, Samsonite, Thomas Pink, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Coming soon Gucci. <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org" target="new">Source</a>
Beaver Valley Mall opened in 1970 as a regional shopping mall, located in Monaca, Pennsylvania. Its anchors are Boscov's, Dick's Sporting Goods, JCPenney, Macy's, Sears and offers over 100 stores and a food court. Source: en.wikipedia.org
Featuring three department stores, over 120 specialty shops & eateries plus a state-of-the-art, 24-screen stadium seating cinema, Neshaminy Mall offers terrific shopping, dining and entertainment for the whole family! Before or after a movie, grab a bite to eat at the new Manny Brown's Bar & Grill--complete with outdoor patio--located in the AMC theater wing. Their hearty menu features steak, ribs, chicken and many other classic appetizers and entrees.
Home to all your favorite stores including, Macy’s, JCPenney, Sears and The Bon-Ton, not to mention other great shops such as Aeropostale, American Eagle, Loft, Bath & Body Works, Charlotte Russe, Crazy 8, Talbots, The Limited, New York & Company, Justice, Yankee Candle, Wet Seal, Victoria’s Secret and The Buckle (opening fall 2012). While shopping, enjoy dining at Longhorn Steakhouse, Panera Bread, Pepperwood Grill, Buffalo Wild Wings, Ground Round or Chick-Fil-A, or take in a movie at the Carmike 15 Cinema at Westmoreland Crossing.