SHOPPING IN LOUISVILLE
Many people think that in order to catch the best shopping deals, or to shop in the most procedures malls, you have to be in one of the most promising such as New York City, Chicago or even Hollywood. But nothing could be further from the truth. In fact Louisville is home to many of the nation’s most prominent malls in America. It is here you can find some of the best shopping deals, some of the most fashionable clothing items, and some of the most unique accessories available in the United States.
As one of the most prestigious malls in the local area, the Oxmoor Mall features more than 50 specialty stores as well as restaurants. It is here you confine famous brands such as Dick’s Sporting Goods, New York and Company, Old Navy, Pottery Barn Kids, Gymboree and American Eagle Outfitters.
The Summit Louisville
Even though it is now referred to as The is located on the east in of Louisville, right off of Paddle Shops, The Summit Louisville, right off of Brownsboro Road. More than 50 specialty stores, brands, and restaurants call this shopping center home including eExpress, the Gap, Bath and Body Works, Barnes & Nobel and Pier 1 imports.
Mall St. Matthews
Renowned as the first indoor mall in Louisville, Mall St. Matthews features 1,100,000 ft.² of shopping space, this shopping center houses more than 130 stores. Here, you will find popular brands such as Aeropostale, Harold’s, J. Jill, the Pottery Barn, Ann Taylor Loft, and Brookstone.
This mall can be accessed from all directions of Louisville, as three of the most widely used in estates in the area have exits within less of a half of a mile from the location. More than 120 popular stores call this mall home, including Sears, Macy’s, Old Navy, JCPenney’s and Dillard’s.
Green Tree Mall
Often referred to as Louisville’s only absolutely tried and true mall, the Green Tree Mall remains as the last traditional mall left standing, after the Rivers Falls Mall was shut down and then reopened as a larger than life sized Outdoor World. JCPenney’s, Sears, Victoria’s Secret’s, Dillards and Hollister all call this mall home, along with 70 other brands and retailers.
River Falls Mall
Prior to 2005, this mall was two stories tall, with clothing retailers featured on the first floor, and gaming arcades featured on the second. But after the renovation and reopening of the mall, it was converted into a 3000 ft.² t Bass Pro Shops store, with stores sharing the same parking lots and grouped together as what we now call the River Falls Mall.