Shopping Malls and Centers


Lenox Square
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One of Atlanta's favorite shopping destinations, this upscale mall boasts wide, well-lit corridors and some of the nation's most well-known retailers. In fact, more than 250 businesses occupy the mall, ensuring that you'll never go away empty-handed. Among the anchors are Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale's and Macy's. Other familiar tenants include Brooks Brothers, Lacoste, Apple, Burberry, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Crate & Barrel, and Kate Spade. A food court, full-service restaurants, and a movie theater are available as well.

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Convenient to Emory and the DeKalb Medical Center, the North DeKalb Mall is an enclosed structure that offers a comfortable, year 'round shopping experience. Wide, well-lighted corridors afford easy access to its 80-plus specialty shops, which in turn represent a wide range of prices and styles. The mall is anchored on one end by Macy's and on the other by a 16-screen AMC theater, ensuring that there's always plenty of ways to while away an afternoon spent here.

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When you need a one-stop destination for goods of all kinds, this busy mall more than suffices. Inside, you'll find a selection of top-notch department stores, including Nordstrom, Bloomingdale's, Dillard's and Macy's. They're joined by such prominent staples as Abercrombie & Fitch, Anthropologie, Gap, J. Crew, Sephora, Nine West, and Victoria's Secret. Snack vendors, a food court, and sit-down restaurants also find a place in the mall.

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A lovely interior and a clutch of exclusive shops render this elegant shopping center one of Atlanta's most fashionable. Just across from Lenox Square (which is accessible via a complimentary shuttle), Phipps Plaza shelters such singular shops as Tiffany & Co., Valentino, A|X Armani Exchange, Versace, Max Mara, Elie Tahari and Giorgio Armani. Other, more standard venues can also be found, along with restaurants that offer either counter or table service. Anchored by Nordstrom, Belk, and Saks Fifth Avenue. A 14-screen movie theater is available as well. 100+ shops.

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Lots of glass and marble give this downtown shopping center a sleek, upscale appeal. Spread across three levels, it offers approximately 20 shops, so it's compact enough that you can browse without too much commitment. Connected to area hotels and parking garages, the mall is a convenient boon to travelers, especially if they didn't rent cars. Among Peachtree's tenants are Naturalizer Shoes, GJC Clothiers and Vitaliano. Restaurants and food vendors like Tin Lizzy's Cantina can also be found.

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Atlantic Station
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Pushing the envelopes of urban renewal and multi-use development, Atlantic Station stands poised to emerge as one of the nation's most dynamic districts. Reasons to visit this red-brick \"city unto itself\" are legion: Popular specialty stores like West Elm and Banana Republic stand alongside busy eateries like Chick-a-Biddy, Diner and California Pizza Kitchen. There's also a 16-screen Regal Cinema, a grocery store, and the first IKEA in the Southeast. Atlantic Station is much more than an open-air shopping center, though, thanks to park areas, wide pedestrian-only corridors, and plenty of luxury lofts and apartments. Heck, the place even has its own zip code!

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