Below is a list of the top and leading Shopping Centres in San Diego. To help you find the best Shopping Centres located near you in San Diego, our team at Kev’s Best put together our own list based on this rating points list.
San Diego’s Best Shopping Centres:
The top rated Shopping Centres in San Diego are:
- Hazard Center
- Navajo Shopping Center
- Clairemont Town Square
- Fashion Valley
- Seaport Village
Hazard Center is a highly accessible retail complex with close proximity to 163 and 8 freeways. The tenants at the mall have a lot to offer including a unique form of entertainment, service centers which offers customized help and delectable food selections. It also has a dance school to develop a student’s skills and a modern cinema that showcases award-winning movies. Its 2,000 free parking spaces make shoppers comfortably enjoy their quest for great finds.
Services, Dance Studio, ATM, Health & Fitness, Entertainment, Dining
“Barnes and noble is amazing. And they have a Starbucks inside with fast service. I’ll definitely come back. I highly recommend you try them. Something for everyone.” -Bonnie Dines
Navajo Shopping Center is a small-scale mall in the center of the San Diego community which can easily access I-8 and SR 125. It’s building structure can be seen connected to the Albertsons and Rite Aid. Products and services like pet essentials, spa treatments, bagels, burgers, pizza, and basic commodities can be purchased from the mall. It is maintained and continually enhanced by its owner the Regency Centers. They have commissioned respected local design makers and artists to decorate the place.
Grocery, Pet Shop, Services, Health & Fitness, Dining, Jewelries
“Needed to grab a quick snack and the staff was very helpful with suggestions. I enjoyed the vibe the staff had. The staff also didn’t look mad to be at work which is awesome.” -Anthony Gomez
Clairemont Town Square
Clairemont Town Square has a collection of boutiques, retails centers, eateries and food hubs. The mall delivers every shopper’s need from milk, specific food cravings to a favored footwear brand. They offer exclusive deals, promotions, and discounts to E-club cardholders, which is the mall’s own rewards program. For future tenants, a look at their website will direct you to the leasing requirements and information.
Accessories, Children’s Clothing, Department Stores, Restaurants, Services, Health & Fitness, Movie Theatre, Men & Women’s Clothing
“Love the restaurants and their outdoor seating, and theatre all walkable. The restaurants have really stepped it up, especially Dino’s, offering great food, bar setting, and outdoor ambiance. The rest of the retailers make doing errands quick and easy.” -Justin Carver
Fashion Valley‘s management intends to do an intensive transformation to the mall. They have collated ideas that are mostly copying the region’s landscape and beauty. First, the beautification will center on creating more open areas for public enjoyment. Next is the installation of water entertainment facilities and bigger dining areas. And finally, an upgraded valet and concierge service to properly address the shopper’s needs.
Dining, Movies, Men’s Fashion, Women’s Fashion, Services, EV Charging Stations, Children’s Play Area, Discounted Rides
“A lot of higher-end shops, so unsurprisingly pricey but great shopping. Lots of shopping options and very well maintained. Retail staff were all very friendly and helpful.” -Colleen Statt
Seaport Village has an astounding location facing the waters. The mall has more than 50 shops, 13 restaurants, and open area entertainment. Live musical shows and the busker fest provides an auditory and visual treat to shoppers especially kids. Not to mention their ocean optimism program that channels ocean conservation through science in the form of data collected by the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and Birch Aquarium. During the holidays the shopping center joins the celebrations with their own decorations and performers. Just recently, Port of San Diego announced its plans of redeveloping the Seaport Village. The said renovation has yet to commence to beautify the Central Embarcadero.
Souvenirs & Memorabilia, Restaurants, Live Music, Ocean Optimism, Busker Fest, Holidays by the Bay, Clothing, Art, Toys
“Location, location, location! You can’t beat the location. It’s a great place to walk around and window shop but most of the stores are for tourists. We usually grab a pretzel or ice cream as we walk. There was a good pizza place but it looks like it closed. They had good Chicago style pizza and NY style pizza. Overall it’s a fun place to check out.” -Jon Shigetomi
Jeanie 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. Jeanie has also worked as a columnist for The Brookings Register. Amy covers economy and community events for Kev’s Best.