DFW is a shopping Mecca. The Metroplex boasts more shopping centers per capita than any other U.S. city. Not only is Dallas home to the internationally recognized specialty store Neiman Marcus and retail giant JC Penney, but it is also the site of America’s oldest shopping center, Highland Park Village.
Allen Premium Outlets
820 W Stacy Road, Allen, 75013
Over 100 retail outlets for fashion, sports- wear, children, leather and luggage, jewelry, housewares, gifts and good.
Twin Creeks Village
906 W. McDermott, Allen, 75013
Major Retailers: All American Flooring, At&T Wireless, Bath & Body Works, GameStop, PETCO, Staples, Starbucks, The UPS Store. Twenty-five other retailers.
I-20 at Matlock Road and Center Street Arlington, 76018; 817-468-5800
Shop, dine, work, play and stay at the trendy Arlington Highlands. The shopping experi- ence rises above the rest as visitors are treated to an old-fashioned breath-taking outdoor atmosphere while searching for their hearts’ desire, be it apparel, the cinema, unique gifts, great food or even bowling, to name just a few of the treasures that can be found there. The Highlands’ many amenities were added on to in 2007, when construction began on a 157,000-square-foot expansion project that included space for boutiques, two entertain- ment venues and five restaurants surrounded by park-like landscaping.
The Parks Mall at Arlington
3811 S. Cooper Street, Arlington, 76015
Major Retailers: Abercrombie & Fitch, J.C. Penney, Kay Jewelers, Footlocker (multiple stores), Lenscrafters, Barnes & Noble, Banana Republic, Bath & Body Works, as well as over 150 other retailers.
I-635 at Dallas N Tollway, Dallas, 75240
The Galleria is an extraordinary shopping destination with more than 200 exceptional stores. Modeled after the Vittorio Emanuelle in Milan, Galleria Dallas recently underwent a multi-million dollar renovation that transformed it into one of Dallas’ most dynamic shopping environments. New escalators, seating areas, an ice-skating center and sculptures are all part of this renovation. Guests can shop at Gucci, Thomas Pink, Cartier, Rolex, Saks Fifth Avenue, MaxMara and Gianni Versace, to name a few.
Highland Park Village
At Mockingbird and Preston, Dallas, 75205
Opened in 1931, Highland Park Village is a designated National Historic Landmark and is the nation’s first shopping center. Today the village continues to serve as a central square for Highland Park and University Park, cities within the city of Dallas. The developers of the shopping center traveled to Spain, Mexico and California to find inspira- tion for the beautiful Spanish Mediterranean
architecture. Highland Park Village remains in pristine condition today and boasts some of the most revered boutiques and shops in the world, including Chanel, Christian Dior, Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Hermes, Escada and Jimmy Choo. The village also has specialty shops, local restaurants and a restored movie theater.
1201 Elm St # 2800, Dallas, 75270
Established in Dallas in 1907, Neiman Marcus is the luxury department store that put Dallas on the international retail map. Founded by Herbert Marcus, sister Carrie Marcus and her husband A.L. Neiman, the store featured exclusive lines offered nowhere else in the South. In 1926, the legendary Stanley Marcus took over the reigns from his father and the store grew to become a major player in fashion. The downtown Dallas location is the flagship store and still carries the grace and style of its early beginnings.
8687 N. Central Expwy., Ste. 1030
More than 100 world-class retailers call NorthPark Center home. Kate Spade, Stuart Weitzman, Ralph Lauren, Burberry, Tiffany’s, Neiman Marcus, Nambe, Tumi and Armani Exchange all have stores at the Center. Complete with world-class artwork, the NorthPark experience is one of indulgence and delight. The mall is currently undergoing a massive, 3-year, $235 million expansion and renovation project that will bring 110 new stores and dining establishments, including a Nordstrom, AMC 15-screen movie theater and 1.4-acre garden space and park.
Inwood Village Shopping Center
5370 W. Lovers Lane, Dallas, 75209
Restaurants—-as well as the historic Inwood Theater—make it a unique shopping experience to be enjoyed by all, and Dallas’ premier boutique-shopping destination.The Inwood Village Shopping Center’s impressive, one-of-a-kind collection of unique retail shops and critically recognized.
Mockingbird at I-75
Located just minutes from the Southern Methodist University campus on the DART light rail line, Mockingbird Station offers an urban lifestyle in a comfortable and accessible environment. With over 200 apartments, eight restaurants, numerous shops and an Angelika movie theater, visiting this development is a must for Dallas visitors.
The Plaza at Preston Center
8311 Preston Center Plaza Drive Dallas, 75225
The exciting Plaza at Preston Center offers visitors a fantastic and eclectic selection of 41 different shops under such categories and children, apparel, jewelry, health and beauty, as well as a wide variety of restaurants, specialty shops and services focused on travel, finances, dry cleaning, banking and shipping.
Preston Royal Village
8311 Preston Center Plaza Drive Dallas, 75225
Preston Royal Village is the ultimate destination for upscale shopping, dining and day-to-day needs. This Dallas shopping landmark is home to 62 unique boutiques, national retailers and personal services offering such goods and services as food and entertainment, health and beauty, fashion, as well as mailing and shipping, to name a few.
Hillcrest Avenue and Lovers Lane, Dallas
As its mottos state, Snider Plaza is both “a Dallas Tradition” and “the charming way to shop.” After opening its doors in 1927, the three-block shopping center grew steadily until it became a family-friendly epicenter populated by charming boutiques and comfort-food eateries while keeping with the gentile atmosphere of the surrounding community.
500 Crescent Ct,. Ste. 100, Dallas, 75201
One of America’s premiere luxury shopping destinations, Stanley Korshak offers the finest in apparel for men, women and children. With a client list that stretches across the world, the discriminating shopper will find spectacular jewelry, a unique home and gift shop and one-of-a-kind collections combined in a spacious environment. Stanley Korshak emphasizes an attention to detail and extraordinary personal service.
West Village Uptown Dallas
3699 McKinney Ave, Dallas, 75204
This shopping plaza in Uptown Dallas has become a fashion destination for the younger set. With trendsetting boutiques, vintage collections, art galleries, restaurants, nightlife and a Magnolia movie theater, the West Village is a one-stop shop for all things new and hip. Priemum-93, Octane, the Glass Slipper, Cowboy Cool and Ice House Jewelers are a few of the eclectic shops that visitors will find.
Golden Triangle Mall
2201 I-35E South, Denton, 76205
Sears, Ross Dress for Less, Dillards, Barnes & Noble, Bath & Body Works, and about 87 other retailers.
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La Gran Plaza de Fort Worth
4200 S. Freeway, Fort Worth, 76115
La Gran Plaza is a one-of-a-kind regional shopping mall with over 200 stores to suit your every shopping need, including all kinds of apparel from sports to formal wear, groceries, medical services such as pharmacies and physician offices, hair salons and more. Its 125,000-square- foot Mercado is a mall in itself with retailers and small businesses providing unique items and services, some of which include hair salons, real estate services, sign/print shops, clothing/apparel, embroidery/tailors, health products, candy stores and party supplies. Other attractions include weekly entertainment and monthly special events, as well as original artwork from local artists at key spots in the mall.
1888 Green Oaks Road, Forth Worth, 76116
Some 120 retal businesses, some of which include Zales, Neiman Marcus, Victorias Secret and Sears.
4200 S. Hulen Street, Fort Worth, 76132
Nearly 140 stores and restaurants, such as Macy’s, Pac Sun, Chick-fil-A and Radio Shack.
2601 Preston Road, Frisco, 75034
Stonebriar Centre in Frisco, Texas dares you to “take the feeling with you” as you expe- rience its 165 stores, 15 restaurants, and 24 movie screens. There is also an indoor rock wall located in Dick’s Sporting Goods and challenge yourself in rock climbing to end your day of shopping and fun!
The Centre at Preston Ridge
8400 Gaylord Parkway, Frisco, 75034
Major Tenants include Best Buy, Bog Lots, DSW, Gatti-town Eater-tainment, Half Price Books, Marshalls, Old Navy, Party America, PetSmart, Ross, Staples, Stein Mart, Super Target, T.J. Maxx, Tuesday Morning and Ulta Salon.
Firewheel Town Center-Garland
245 Cedar Sage Drive, Garland, 75040
Looking for something a little different in your shopping experience? Firewheel Town Center is just the place to provide it. Firewheel Town Center is an open-air shopping experience with a fantastic mix of department stores, specialty retail shops, great restaurants and a movie theater to boot. Firewheel Town Center is a beautiful new shopping center with an old-fashioned sense of cozy community. Take a casual stroll down charming Coneflower Drive, visit the many fantastic stores and restaurants or meet up and relax with family and friends in the beautifully landscaped park complete with a fantastic Koi pond and fountain that is a must-see!
3000 Grapevine Mills Pkwy, Grapevine, 76051
Some 100 businesses, such as Nike, Tommy Hilfiger, Marshals and Levi’s.
Grapevine Towne Center
SH 114 and William D. Tate Grapevine, 76051
Twenty-four store tenants, some of which are Famous Footware, The Men’s Ware- house, Target and At&T Wireless.
183 Airport Freeway at Belt Line Road Irving, 75062
Irving Mall is located east of DFW International Airport and just west of Texas Stadium. It offers the anchors of Dillard’s, Macy’s and Sears and over 150 other excellent stores including Barnes and Noble, Old Navy, Bath and Body Works and more.
Music City Mall
2401 S. Stemmons Freeway, Lewsiville
About 90 retailers, include major chains Dillard’s, J.C. Penney, Sears and Macy’s.
Historic Downtown McKinney
314 S. Chestnut Street, McKinney, 75069
McKinney’s vibrant downtown offers retail, office, arts, entertainment, residential, restaurant and leisure opportunities for McKinney residents and visitors to promote business, heritage, tourism and community identity. It also is a haven for incredible antique and boutique shopping, as well as dining. Main Street is a national program born out of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Since 1980, the National Main Street Center has been working with communities across the nation to revitalize historic commercial areas. Based on historic preservation, the Main Street approach was developed to save historic commercial architecture, but has become a powerful economic development tool as well.
The Shops at Legacy
5741 Legacy Drive, Ste. 315, Plano, 75024
The Shops at Legacy offers a “main street” shopping experience with urban retail and lofts. You can enjoy the beautiful Angelika Theatre, while you work here, shop here and live here. There is quite a nightlife to enjoy at The Shops at Legacy including fantastic bars and eateries such as Henry’s Tavern, Del Frisco’s Grille and The Ginger Man Pub. This retail establishment combines the intimacy of a neighborhood with an urban downtown feel all in the heart of Legacy Business Park in Plano, Texas. When you visit, you’ll find boutiques, quaint shops and sidewalk cafes to spend an enjoyable after- noon. The Shops at Legacy is truly unique.
The Shops at Willowbend
6121 W. Park Blvd., Plano, 75093
26 acres of upscale shopping, restaurants, and office development. This Plano, Texas shopping center also boasts the state’s first and largest Apple Store. Developed by the Taubman Company, this shopping mecca is yet another land- mark retail destination. The Shops at Willowbend opened in 2001 with 1.5 million square feet of pure shopping delight. Dillard’s, Macy’s and Nordstom, to name a few, anchor the
Southlake Town Square
1256 Main St., Ste. 277, Southlake, 76092
Southlake Town Square’s 130 acres inter- mingles dining, shopping, working and living in an attractive “town square” layout organized around beautiful architectural designs. Amenities include the first Harkins Theatre in Texas, a classic downtown designed Hilton hotel, and boasts award winning dining and abun- dant shopping with over 90 stores and shops. Cooper & Stebbins developed this open-air shopping center that is home to a variety of annual entertainment activities and events. Located on Main Street in Southlake, Texas you cannot miss all that Southlake Town Square has to offer.