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Shopping and Dining

The Villages at Allen & Fairview

Allen & Fairview, Texas

The Village Website

Now Open, The Villages at Allen & Fairview is positioned to be the cornerstone of a highly desirable shopping, dining and entertainment destination. This distinctive, 200-acre mixed-use, lifestyle center will undoubtedly shape the face of retail in North Texas.

This department store-anchored retail destination will be the focal point of Collin County, the most affluent county in Texas, and the fastest growing large county in America (U.S. Census Bureau). Located on Stacy Road, between US 75 and Highway 5, The Village at Fairview has the dominant location and superior access of any retail site in the entire trade area.
The open-air, mixed-use lifestyle development will offer approximately:


• 1,000,000 square feet of upscale retail, entertainment and dining anchored by
Dillard’s, Macy’s, and J C Penney
• A 275-room hotel and a 75,000 square foot convention center
• Over 300,000 square feet of office space
• Over 1,000 residential units

 

 

Allen Premium Outlet Center

 Allen, TX 75013

Allen Outlet Website

Shop in and open atmosphere from store to store to store and on and on.

Many top brands stores to choose from

 

McKinney Main Street

Downtown McKinney

Main Street Website

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 in historic preservation, the Main Street approach was developed to save historic commercial architecture, but has become a powerful economic development tool as well. The Main Street program is designed to improve all aspects of the downtown, producing both tangible and intangible benefits. Improving economic management, strengthening public participation, and marketing downtown as a fun place to visit is as critical to Main Street's future as recruiting new businesses, and rehabilitating buildings. Building on downtown's inherent assets -- rich architecture, personal service, and traditional values and most of all, a sense of place -- the Main Street approach supports entrepreneurship, downtown cooperation and civic concern. It has earned national recognition as a practical strategy appropriately scaled to local resources and conditions. And because it is a locally driven program, all initiatives stem from local issues and concerns.

 

Stonebriar Center

Frisco, Texas

Stonebriar Website

When you’re looking for the kind of shopping that brings a smile to your face, warms your heart, quenches your thirst and gets the job done while it’s still fun & easy – think Stonebriar Centre!

Shop over 160 stores (some unique to the area), go ice skating, ride the carousel, visit the soft play area and watch the latest hit movie! Plus, dine at one of our many great restaurants, including Bucca di Beppo, California Pizza Kitchen, The Cheesecake Factory, Chili's Too, Dave & Buster's, Jason's Deli, and TGI Friday's.

 

 

Grapevine Mills

Grapevine, Texas

Grapevine Website

Grapevine Mills is the first super-regional value-oriented mega-mall in Texas and the Southwest. The 1.5 million-square-foot mall is also one of the largest shopping centers in Texas, featuring more than 200 top manufacturer and retail outlets, off price retailers and specialty stores. Numerous fun-filled restaurants like Rainforest Cafe and great entertainment including GameWorks and a wide variety of feature films.

 

 

Galleria Mall

Dallas, Texas

Galleria Website

The Galleria is a 1,400,000 square foot shopping center including three office towers and the 440-room Westin Hotel. It is known internationally for its beautiful architecture, landscaping and unique mix of stores. Galleria is home to Macy's, Saks Fifth Avenue, Tiffany & Co., Gucci, Nordstrom, many other fine boutiques and one-of-a-kind stores. The center features an ice-skating rink, five movie theaters and various restaurants.

 

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