7 Most Prominent Malls in New York City
1. Westfield World Trade Center
Westfield is one of the biggest and grandest shopping malls in the New York City. There is nothing that you would not find it here. It is located in the concrete jungles of downtown Manhattan borough of the city.
It is known as the retails capital of the city with shops selling everything from fashion, lifestyle accessories, beauty products and cosmetics to technology. Apart from the shops, it has elegant meeting spaces for casual as well as for official meetings. People throng to the fresh food restaurants, eateries and pubs to grab drinks and enjoy.
Location: It is inside the World Trade Centre, in Manhattan, New York City which makes it very busy and crowded at all times.
Timings: The mall is open on all days of the week except for Tuesday from morning 11 am to evening 7 pm on weekdays, and till 9 pm on weekends.
2. The Shops at Columbus Circle
The Shops at Columbus is also a very famous mall and meeting spot located at Columbus Circle area of New York City.
The most visited brands and stores in Columbus Circle are Amazon’s Book Stores, Equinox, Aveda and Coach. The shops here sell everything from pin to pianos. There are multiple grocery stores, offices, living avenues, entertainment spots liquor and beer shops, eating and fine dining restaurants and shops, indoor gaming zones, spa’s, clubs and gyms.
Location: Its locality of Columbus Circle in downtown Manhattan, New York City makes it one of the most visited malls.
Timings: It is open on all days of the week from morning 11 am to evening 8 pm.
3. Queen’s Place Mall
As the name suggest this mall is located in the relatively less populated Elmhurst region of Queen’s borough of New York City, but more than makes up for it with a huge and unique variety of stores and shopping avenues for its residents.
The mall has four levels in total and sells everything from necessities to luxury items. It has all shops catering to family needs to groceries to kids play equipments and office stationery. There are also art, stage and physical recreation spaces at different locations in the mall. There are a lot of eateries, serving fast food, lunch and dinners to great beer and drinks.
Timings: It stays open on all days of the week from morning 8 am till night 10 pm.
The mall provides a great ambience for families.
It ranks quite high on disable friendly list too.
4. Manhattan Mall
Manhattan Mall is located in the very densely populated Manhattan Borough of New York City. Like all other malls and spaces, this one to provide great facilities and ambience to people to get re-energized during weekends. The mall provides all the necessities and also luxury items.
The most famous departmental stores in Manhattan mall are Nordstrom Rack and JC Penny. The Manhattan mall has plenty of parking spaces for cars, so you could also bring your vehicle in. The mall has theatres, shops selling health and gym equipment, sports equipment, books stores and gaming zones.
Apart from these, there are plenty of restaurants and eateries offering food from all cuisines around the world. From snacks to drinks and even lunches, people love to visit. Some of the most loved ones are The Pennsy Food Hall, Ichiran, Starbucks and Café R.
Manhattan ensures a very high footfall for this mall.
Timings: The mall stays open on all days of the week from morning 9 am to evening 8 pm.
5. Newport Centre
The Newport Centre Mall is located in Jersey City in New Jersey. It is one of the most famous and the most visited malls in the locality, overlooking and facing the Hudson River and New York City. The mall houses departmental stores, grocery stores, luxury shopping stores, movie theatres, entertainment spots, dining and gaming spots.
The most famous shops and brands that people visit include, A Dollar Store, Adidas, Aeropostale, Burger King, Kohl's, Skechers, Taste of India, Victoria’s Secret, Starbucks and McDonalds. The mall has a total of three levels with ground level, and ample of parking space.
Timings: This mall is open on all days of the week from 10 am to 9 pm in the nights.
6. Staten Island Mall
Staten Island Mall is located in the Springville region on the Staten Island borough of the New York. It is very unique as it is the only indoor shopping mall in the entire borough.
The mall hosts all type of shops, offices and meeting spaces. There are a total of 225 plus stores in the mall. From departmental to grocery, housewares, jewellery to food and cosmetics, from electronics to clothing and sports all the shops sell goods and heavily discounted retail prices. There are multiple theatres too to enjoy the latest movie screenings.
The most famous food outlets that people throng to are Applebees’s, Tommy’s Tavern, Starbucks, Chipotle and Happy Hour Specials.
Timings: The mall is open on all days of the week from morning 11 am to evening 8 pm.
Its location of Staten Island draws a considerable amount of crowd, but it is not as crazily packed and crowded as other malls of Manhattan or downtown New York are.
The mall has ample amount of car parking though it might get too much to handle during the weekends.
7. The Shops at Atlas Park
Shops at Atlas Park is a brilliant and grand mall located in Cooper Avenue in Queens’s borough of the New York City. There are multiple offices, shops, stores, gaming parlours, furniture stores, theatres and dining and fast food joints in the mall.
The most visited stores across departments include McDonald’s, Starbucks, Home Goods, TJ Max, ULTA Beauty, Subway, California Pizza Kitchen and Creamery.
If you are someone who does not like huge crowds but at the same time need good recreation, The Shops at Atlas Park is the best option for you.So, these were some of the biggest, unique and most visited malls from New York City. If you feel that we might have missed out on including your favourite mall, please feel free to share with us in the comments section right below!.
Timings: The mall is open on all days of the week from morning 10 am till night 9 pm.
The mall is quite disabled friendly and also has a good amount of parking space for cars.