Austin Area Shopping Centers
Malls, Outlets, Street shopping and Destination
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Austin Shopping Centers & Destination Shopping
The Arboretum10000 Research Boulevard at Great Hills Trail
Nature has a way of soothing the soul... especially when it accepts all major credit cards. The Arboretum at Great Hills, features over 40 of Austin’s finest shops including Heroes and Legacies, C. Kirk Root, Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware, and Banana Republic and restaurants like The Cheesecake Factory, all in a relaxed outdoor environment. You’ll love the tranquility of the surrounding landscape as you stroll from store to store. And after a long day of shopping, do what Austinites have been doing for years – visit Amy’s Ice Cream, and take that frosty treat out under the trees and climb on the stone cow sculptures. The Arboretum at Great Hills offers great Austin shopping in a beautiful environment!
Brodie Oaks Shopping Center4115 South Capital of Texas Highway
Although the Brodie Oaks Shopping Center is sprawling, the variety of stores and the satisfying shopping experience more than make up for it. With Starbuck’s and Sun Harvest Foods on one side, and Toys R Us on the other, and Neiman Marcus Last Call and Hobby Lobby, in between, Brodie Oaks is also home to many other exquisite and varied specialty stores, including Enchante, Sally’s Beauty Supply, Tuesday Morning, and Tabu Lingerie, among others. Restaurants in the center run the gamut of tastes, too – take your pick from Texican Cafe, Chili’s, Olive Garden, and Schlotzsky’s Deli.
Cabela’s11570 IH 35 512-295-1100 www.cabelas.com
Cabela’s, “The World’s Foremost Oufitter,” continues to provide everything under the sun for the outdoor adventurer. Hiking, camping, fishing, hunting, boating and so much more is represented within its 185,000-square-foot showroom, which also serves as an educational attraction featuring realistic, museum-quality animal displays and huge aquariums.
Capital Plaza5451 N. IH 35 #B 512-482-8383
A Central Texas landmark, Capital Plaza is the oldest Austin shopping center still operating in the city, and just recently received a revitalizing economic boost with the opening of a new 134,000 sq.ft. Target store as one of its main anchor stores. Convenient to downtown, the Capitol and the University of Texas campus, Capital Plaza is also home to Conn’s Appliance and OfficeMax, as well as Suit City and Fashion Bug. Restaurants include Amaya’s Taco Village, Cici’s Pizza, McDonald’s and Grandy’s. Bank One has a large branch office located in Capital Plaza, and Walgreen’s offers 24-hour convenience.
The Domain11410 Century Oaks Terrace 512-795-4320 www.thedomainaustin.com
Opened in 2007, The Domain features 1.3 million square feet of luxury fashion and restaurant space. High-end retailers such as Barneys CO-OP, CALYPSO, Tiffany & Co., Tommy Bahama, Macy’s, BCBG Max Azria, and Austin’s first Neiman Marcus caters to Austin’s more affluent population. The center also includes several first-class restaurants including, Daily Grill, NoRTH, Sushi Zushi, McCormick & Schmick’s, Jasper’s, Kona Grill, California Pizza Kitchen, and Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse The Domain also offers 75,000 square feet of Class A office space, 390 high-end apartments, and a Westin Hotel.
Gateway Market9901 Capital of Texas Highway at Research Blvd.
What this outdoor mall lacks in personality, it more than makes up for in sheer volume and variety of stores. From Whole Foods Market to Old Navy to Best Buy and Cracker Barrel, shoppers are sure to find a store that satisfies that Austin shopping need.
Hill Country Galleria12700 Hill Country Boulevard, Bee Cave www.hillcountrygalleria.com
Experience the best of both worlds. Explore Bee Cave’s newest lifestyle center – 152 acres of expansive natural beauty mixed with eclectic Austin shopping, dining and entertainment, as well as first-class office and residential space. Wrapped in a verdant nature preserve cloaked with wildflowers, native trees and rocky streams, Hill Country Galleria is more than a fashion icon, more than a thriving business district or residential utopia – it’s a social evolution. And there is much more to come. Visit often and watch them evolve!
IKEA Round Rock1 IKEA Way, Round Rock 512-828-4532 www.ikea.com
Is it possible for a furniture store to have fans? The answer is a resounding YES, judging by the number of Central Texans who started camping out three days in advance of IKEA Round Rock’s opening day. Wildly anticipated, the much-heralded debut of this Swedish retailer has been all the buzz among those who love their economically priced home furnishings that put the “fun” back in functional. The 252,000 square-foot store is located along I-35 at the University Boulevard exit, and features 10,000 exclusively designed home furnishings under one roof, a 300-seat IKEA restaurant and a supervised children’s play area.
North Loop Plaza5222 Burnet Road
Located between North Loop and 45th Street, North Loop Plaza features anchor store Sue Patrick, where shoppers can find brands such as Foxcroft, Thymes Bath and Body and an extensive selection of University of Texas apparel, souvenirs and memorabilia.
Round Rock Premium Outlets4401 North IH-35 in Round Rock 512-863-6688 www.premiumoutlets.com/roundrock
Get ready! Get set! Get shopping! Round Rock Premium Outlets features 125 designer and name-brand outlet stores, and savvy shoppers will appreciate the everyday savings of 25 to 65 percent on upscale goods. Conveniently located off Interstate 35 just 20 minutes north of Austin, this center’s Hill Country architecture invites visitors to relax as they enjoy shopping in the boutique-style stores featuring Adidas, BCBG Max Azria, Ann Taylor Factory Store, Banana Republic Factory Store, Chico’s, Burberry, Calvin Klein, Coach, Gap Outlet, J.Crew, Kenneth Cole, Michael Kors, Nike Factory Store, Polo Ralph Lauren, Puma, Swarovski, White House Black Market and more.
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