The Top Shopping Malls, Centers & Districts in Metro Denver



Whether you go north, east, south or west in the Denver Metro Area, you'll come to an excellent place to shop. There are traditional indoor malls, including Park Meadows and Cherry Creek Shopping Center, outdoor lifestyle centers such as The Shops at Northfield Stapleton, and compact shopping districts with distinctive urban appeal including Larimer SquareCherry Creek North and Denver Pavilions. Some offer the best of high-end fashions and luxury goods, others are all about deals and discounts for shoppers on a budget or those who simply love a bargain. They all have their own ambiance and individual highlights but none are about shopping alone. These centers offer a range of restaurants, from grab-and-go to sit-down dining and brewpubs. At some, shopping comes with immersion into the city's history and its eclectic and colorful neighborhoods. Need a full-service spa, a theater or an old-fashioned shoeshine? You can find those, too. And if you don't have your own stroller or wheelchair, there are centers that will provide them. Whatever you want, we think there's a Denver shopping center that has it. Here are our picks for Denver's top malls, shopping centers and districts–shop on!




Downtown's Denver Pavilions on the 16th Street Mall has 40-plus shops, restaurants and entertainment venues, including Lucky Strike bowling and a United Artists theater updated with luxury lounge chairs in all 15 auditoriums. H&M at the...  Read More




While Cherry Creek Shopping Center is definitely showing its age, there are still reasons to shop here. H&M, PacSun and Forever 21 join upscale retailers such as Tiffany & Co., David Yurman, Burberry and Neiman Marcus in this center located...  Read More




Although it has more than 150 retailers, restaurants and offices, Southlands is dedicated to the spirit of a traditional American Main Street. Its four-block Main Street area is the heart of this outdoor shopping and lifestyle center in the...  Read More




"An urban lifestyle destination that builds on its neighborhood character to create a community with shopping, dining, living and work experiences." That's how management describes the Streets at SouthGlenn, created after the old Southglenn Mall...  Read More




Flatiron Crossing is the indoor mall component of Broomfield's expansive shopping, dining, entertainment and business district along the Boulder Turnpike. Anchor stores are Macy's, Nordstrom, Dillard's and Dick's Sporting Goods. In addition to...  Read More




Larimer Square is a compact district that has long attracted in-the-know shoppers. It's one of the city's most historic neighborhoods, with gas-lit lamps still lining the cobblestone streets. Shoppers here will find exclusive labels for women...  Read More




Stanley Marketplace is not just for shopping. It's also for working out, dining, gathering with friends, accessing local services and going about life in a community. It's a next-generation shopping center: hip and social with a dab of history,...  Read More




Just a short drive from downtown, Cherry Creek North is an outdoor shopping, dining, entertainment and arts district with upscale living and offices. It runs from First Avenue to Third Avenue, University Boulevard to Steele Street. Within this...  Read More




The Shops at Northfield Stapleton is an open-air "town center" located in Denver's thriving Stapleton redevelopment area on the east side of the city. It's next door to Dick's Sporting Goods Park, home of the Rapids and an impressive...  Read More


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The folks at Park Meadows in Lone Tree, five miles south of Denver, are justifiably proud of the center's appealing Western-style architecture and a $1million collection of commissioned art by Colorado artists. They it a "retail resort" and the...  Read More


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