Redmond Town Center in Redmond, WA is just 12 miles northeast of Seattle, Redmond Town Center is an open-air mixed used urban village featuring two-level core retail with 110 stores, 17 restaurants, and significant hotel and entertainment offerings. In addition, the mall accommodates 600,000 square feet of office space, housing approximately 3,000 employees representing AT&T, Microsoft and the Lake Washington School District Headquarters.
Adorned with notable artwork including three fountains, a state-of-the-art children’s play area and functional art bicycle racks, Redmond Town Center projects an upscale festival atmosphere representative of the Center’s unique offerings. Among the most notable is the eastside’s oldest farmer’s market, the Redmond Saturday Market, which features quality food products, fresh flowers, plants and Washington based jewelry and crafts May through October. Conforming with the active, outdoor Pacific Northwest lifestyle, the Center is also surrounded by 45 acres of dedicated green space, active salmon-spawning habitat and a regional trail system.
Summit Mall in Akron, OH is home of the Simon Giftcard. Summit Mall is anchored by Dillard’s and Macy’s and boasts more than 120 specialty stores, including Ann Taylor, Ann Taylor LOFT, Banana Republic, Brookstone, The Body Shop, Build-A-Bear Workshop, Cache, Coach, Coldwater Creek, Eddie Bauer, Gymboree, Hot Topic, New York & Company, Swarovski Crystal, Victoria’s Secret and Williams-Sonoma. Whether you’re shopping for others or treating yourself, you’re sure to find what you need at Summit Mall, where there are more choices.
First Colony Mall in Sugar Land, TX started in fall of 2006 with the addition of the 40,000-square-foot restaurant plaza, where two national eateries and one local eatery started serving up some of the best food in Fort Bend County.
Diners can enjoy the menu delights, and dining indoors and out, of KONA Grill, The Cheesecake Factory, Grimaldi’s Pizzeria, Paciugo, and Black Walnut Café. Cypress trees and native Texas grasses, including sugar cane, accent the area that features impressive water treatments and areas for visitors to stop and enjoy the view.
Visit all the stores located in the outdoor plaza. Wander through the beautifully landscaped courtyard, shop any of our new retailers or just stop to enjoy a moment in the plaza. The possibilities are endless at First Colony Mall!
Stores open in the outdoor courtyard:
ALDO Shoes, a new favorite in shoes for men, women and children, features fashion footwear, leather goods and accessories.
Apple, a leading retailer of electronics, computers, phones and more.
Barnes & Noble Booksellers, the world’s largest bookseller, plus a Starbucks Coffee
Coldwater Creek, a major retailer of women’s apparel, jewelry, shoes and accessories, will also be joining the fashion component at the center.
James Avery, jeweler known for their impeccable silver jewelry.
Kay Jewelers, famous jeweler with a renown collections of diamonds and jewelry, plus its own on-staff diamontologists.
Pottery Barn, leading home furnishings retailer offers fine furnishings, dinnerware, bedding and more.
Sephora, world-wide beauty and cosmetics retailer.
SGH, renowned sunglasses.
Apparel shop soma intimates by Chico’s has intimate apparel, loungewear, active wear and sleepwear for women.
Swarovski Crystal, synonymous with quality and elegance, Swarovski features fashion accessories, home accessories and more.
Toni & Guy, one of the leading hair salon chains in the country, known for its cutting edge techniques and creative hair styles.
White House/Black Market, popular retailer with collections of women’s clothing, lingerie and accessories in timeless black and white.
Williams-Sonoma, a longtime favorite of First Colony Mall shoppers, offers the finest in culinary gadgets, cookware, dinnerware and more.
Look for new and improved versions of your favorite stores – Ann Taylor, Chico’s and Talbots – all open in our outdoor expansion area.
Lincoln Road in Miami Beach, FL was thought of by Carl Fisher, the wealthy original developer of Miami Beach who envisioned Lincoln Road to be the Miami Beach counterpart to Fifth Avenue in New York, or Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles. And indeed in the boom times of South Beach in the 1930’s, 1940’s, and 1950’s, it could match those upscale fashionable shopping districts. Fisher’s concept was that Lincoln Road would be the way to draw together the east and west sides of Miami Beach.
Today, Lincoln Road is a pedestrian mall between Alton Road and Washington Avenue. It is once again thriving as a shopping and dining area. Unique stores offer items not typically found in malls, and restaurants and cafes are common. Most restaurants offer either indoor or outdoor seating, including in the middle of the pedestrian mall area. And without question, the people watching on Lincoln Road can match any place in the world. There seems to be a constant flow of stunningly attractive women and men passing by, and many wear fashionable clothes with a major dose of sexy.
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