Big Malls/Shopping Districts

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  1. StarbucksSam macrumors 65816

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    Okay so... U.S. big malls and shopping districts. Let's make a list. Some of them even have Apple Stores.

    King of Prussia Mall, Pennsylvania - one of the best in the NE (has APPLE)
    Woodfield Mall, Illinois - one of the best of the Midwest (has Apple)
    Mall of America - another great Midwest mall (apple?)
    Palm Beach has some AMAZING SHOPPING
    Houston is a biggie. So is Dallas. Wherein?
    Rodeo Drive - Beverly Hills, California

    Anything in tornado alley outside of Texas?
     
  2. joetronic macrumors 6502

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    Towson MD has asome good shopping, and Towson Town Center has a Apple store.
    Tysons Corner is nice to, aslo has a Apple store.
     
  3. StarbucksSam thread starter macrumors 65816

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    Hey you're in New Oxford - I'm about 40 minutes from you. Yes, Tysons is great. Been there, love it.
     
  4. jelloshotsrule macrumors G3

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    tysons scares me

    i don't feel like i have enough net worth to shop there


    the nyacks mall in w. nyack ny state is huge. imax theater etc. its problem is that it's too big for its own good. it can't find stores to fill all the space. when i was there like 5 years ago, it had 2-3 of the same store spread throughout, and tons of empty storefront space... an interesting warehouse sort of feel to the place
     
  5. mlw1235 macrumors 6502

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    Might as well include Michigan Avenue on that list.


    And yes, Mall of America has an Apple Store. It's right behind the Lego place on the first floor (at least it was last time I was there).
     
  6. 840quadra Moderator

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    Yup, The Mall Of America has an apple store, and the Biggest of the 3 in Minnesota. The location in the MOA is near Lego, and Bose

    Southdale Mall in Edina Minnesota (the first fully enclosed mall in the USA) and 2nd largest in Minnesota, also has an Apple Store.
     
  7. AliensAreFuzzy macrumors 68000

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    Fox River Mall in Appleton. 3rd biggest mall in the Midwest. Yet, even with the size, and the name of the city, we don't have an Apple Store.
     
  8. 840quadra Moderator

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    it is?

    I thought the Woodfield mall in Illinois, and Southdale in Minnesota were bigger? I haven't been to it in about a year, but the Fox River didn't appear that big.

    840
     
  9. saabmp3 macrumors 6502a

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    Basically all major cities are going to have shopping districts, not malls (sometimes full of smaller malls). Think of every major city in the country and you'll have your list.

    BEN
     
  10. Abstract macrumors Penryn

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    I think this is the most pointless list ever.

    Oh well, here's my contribution. :p I'm not from the US, so I'll just name some decent places that I know.


    Central London.

    Queen Street and Eaton Centre in Toronto.

    Oxford St, Pitt St, and George St in Sydney.

    Hong Kong.....the entire city. ;)
     
  11. CorvusCamenarum macrumors 65816

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    For us Southerners, the Summit in Birmingham is rather nice. There were rumors at some point of an Apple Store going up there, near the Bose place I think, but so far, nothing. :( He should at least put one in every state.
     
  12. AliensAreFuzzy macrumors 68000

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    Well there's 180+ stores in the mall itself (Even more in the immidiate area). And the entire mall area is more than a square mile.
    I know that is a very large shopping center. I thought it was 3rd, but I could be wrong.
     
  13. skubish macrumors 68030

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    Well this site here lists the largest malls in America. There is some discrepancy however as it lists South Coast Plaza as the largest mall in America. I was pretty sure that MOA was the largest.

    The largest mall in the world is in Edmonton, Canada btw.
     

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