Below is a list of the top and leading Shopping Centres in Phoenix. To help you find the best Shopping Centres located near you in Phoenix, our team at Kev’s Best put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Phoenix’s Best Shopping Centres:
The top rated Shopping Centres in Phoenix are:
- Arizona Center
- Biltmore Fashion Park
- Desert Ridge Marketplace
- Town and Country Shopping Center
Arizona Center can be found in the heart of Downtown Phoenix and accommodates friends and family especially those awaiting a Diamondbacks or Suns game. Visitors of the Phoenix Convention Center are also frequently seen at the mall’s premises. All of them enjoyed the relaxing scenery, free WiFi, and secured little spots perfect for meetings. An additional attraction of the shopping center is its movie theater and dining area. In 2017, a renovation project for Arizona Center was started. After the revitalization program, new office spaces, outdoor working areas, shops, entertainment complexes, and food hubs were added.
Retail Stores, Restaurants, Spa, Specialty Shops
“I like going to that mall. And it’s picking up again. It was pretty dang bustling on a Sunday afternoon. Used to be a graveyard! Purpose of visit was viewing the award-winning film “Parasite” at A.M.C. theater. And I for once remembered to validate!” -Chris McCormack
Biltmore Fashion Park
Biltmore Fashion Park has been part of the Phoenix’s Uptown resident’s lives. Prime high-end shops like Saks Fifth Avenue are housed inside the mall. Adding variety are the likes of Arhaus, Williams Sonoma, lululemon, and Pottery Barn. With a carefree vibe, customers are able to shop and dine without worries. As a way to help the community, Biltmore employees does volunteerism on their own volition but with the support of the shopping center. Additionally, they support the community either by in kind or by financial help. Non-profit organizations partner with them in carrying out community service.
Shopping, Dining, Valet, Outdoor Cinema, Valet Parking, Wheelchairs & Strollers, Lost & Found, Copy & Fax Services
“This is a very clean outdoor mall with a bunch of cool shops. I went out here to check out their Lululemon store after I had brunch at the Henry. On the weekends, there is a gentlemen that brings purebred wolves and lets you take pictures. This is definitely a very cool weekend hangout spot! The facilities are super clean!” -Shayne Chatterton
Desert Ridge Marketplace
Desert Ridge Marketplace features a lively outdoor arrangement. It has chef-manned restaurants that value the customer’s health. Also an array of entertainment choices for a relaxed and sound mind. And several fitness selections for maintaining a healthy physique. Cult favorites like H&M, PINK by Victoria’s Secret, AMC Theatres, Barnes & Noble, Barrio Queen, Breakfast Kitchen Bar, Copper Blues Live, ComicX, Dave & Buster’s, Flower Child, Old Navy, Target, Thirsty Lion, The Whining Pig Beer & Wine Bar, and Pigtails Cocktail Bar are all present inside the mall. The management promised to add more quality brands to increase the choices of mall-goers.
Bar, Retail Shops, Dining, Entertainment, Services, Banks
“AMAZING! This shopping center is indeed the best place for family and friends. This place really has it all from branded products, food court, dessert stalls, and many more. We really had a great time here because everything that we needed is available here. Indeed, a great place for bonding or strolling around! Highly recommended!” -Leslie Becker
Town and Country Shopping Center
Town and Country Shopping Center used to be a cattle farm owned by the Mars Family in the 1900s. In 1959, Town & Country was constructed at the same site after a 99-year lease was signed. The old Town & Country had Food Bazaars, Julenhoops, Tangs Imports, Alpine Ski Keller and a quaint AMC Theatre. Famous eateries today, Pizzaria Bianco and Rancho Pinot started their business at the mall. The mall was developed from 2010 until 2017. This brought in retailers like Nordstrom Rack, Whole Foods, and Forever 21. The mall continues to innovate to adapt to the present styles and trends.
Apparels & Accessories, Grocery, Health & Beauty, Hotel, Services, Specialty
“Through the years it has changed so much, and I am happy that today its at its best. Diverse dining options, a pet store, and two awesome grocery stores. Parking can be tricky, be patient.” -Augustina Kistner
CityScape is situated near the Valley’s professional sports and entertainment centers. A few steps from CityScape, is Talking Stick Arena, Chase Field, The Phoenix Convention Center, Arizona State University’s downtown campus, and various government agencies. The shopping center occupies two city blocks and has over 20 shops such as Urban Outfitters, Lucky Strike, Hotel Palomar Phoenix, The Corner, Stand Up Live, Copper Blues, Charming Charlie, The Arrogant Butcher, Five Guys, Jimmy John’s, Starbucks, Chipotle, The Breakfast Club, CVS Pharmacy, and a lot more. It’s strategic location, has been instrumental in personal connections and the creation of a lively and enjoyable atmosphere.
Dining, Services, Beer Garden, Apartments, Entertainment, Men & Women Fashion, Children’s Fashion, Hotel & Wellness
“Walking downtown should always include a trip by cityscape. Little shops for a bite to eat, get a hair cut or enjoy the sculpture in the main lobby. Pics are from various years including construction.” -Adam Kelly
Amy Burford is a reporter for Kev’s Best. After graduating from UCLA, Amy got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a beat reporter and producer. Amy has also worked as a columnist for The Brookings Register. Amy covers economy and community events for Kev’s Best.