Updated March 20, 2019
Major Area Malls and Shopping Centers in the Denver Metro Area.
16th Street Mall16th St. Denver, 80202 303-534-6161 www.downtowndenver.com/bid/bid16thstreetmall.htm
Covering 16 blocks on 16th Street, this pedestrian mall includes the Denver Pavilions and other retail shops, residential and office buildings, hotels and services. A free shuttle serves the area.
Cherry Creek North299 Milwaukee St. Denver, 80206 303-394-2903
Cherry Creek North is home to more than 320 independently owned businesses, a unique collection of boutiques, spas, restaurants, galleries and other specialty shops located in the heart of central Denver.
Cherry Creek Shopping Center3000 E. 1st Ave. Denver, 80206 303-388-3900 www.shopcherrycreek.com
Cherry Creek Shopping Center is one of the region’s most popular shopping destinations with 160 restaurants and stores, including Elway’s, a the Colorado steakhouse co-owned by Denver Broncos Hall of Fame quarterback John Elway. Popular Cherry Creek stores include Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus, Cartier, Tiffany & Co., Tommy Bahama, Louis Vuitton, Polo/Ralph Lauren, and Anthropologie.
Denver Pavilions16th Street Mall and Glenarm Denver, 80202 303-260-6000 www.denverpavilions.com
This popular 350,000-square-foot outdoor mall features a movie theater, nightclub, restaurants and retail stores that include Barnes & Noble, Hard Rock Cafe and Niketown.
Larimer Square1430 Larimer Denver, 80202 303-534-2367 www.larimersquare.com
Located in the heart of downtown Denver, Larimer Square is an area that’s not only rich in history, but also features fine shopping and dining. As the Mile High City’s oldest and most historic block, its buildings tell the story of the city, offering a charming environment for shopping and spending the day. A true destination, Larimer Square features clothing stores, specialty shops, nightclubs, a host of restaurants, a day spa and a gallery.
Marketplace at Northglenn104th Avenue and I-25 Denver, 80204 303-595-9919 www.northglenn.org
This outdoor shopping center has approximately 650,000 square feet of space and more than 40 stores, including Lowe’s, Borders Books and Sports Authority.
Tamarac Square7777 E. Hampden Ave. Denver, 80231 303-745-5927 www.tamaracsquare.com
With nearly 200,000 square feet, this European- style mall offers more than 46 shops, 16 restaurants and a six-screen Regency Theatre. Denver’s largest Ace Hardware store is also located here. Enjoy art exhibits, fashion shows, holiday features and other special events throughout the year.
Aspen Grove Lifestyle Center7301 S. Santa Fe Drive Littleton, 80120 303-794-0640 www.shopaspengrove.com
Aspen Grove is an outdoor shopping experience with more than 300,000 square feet of space and such trendy stores as American Eagle Outfitters, Cafe de France, White House/Black Market and Yankee Candle Company.
Aurora Mall14200 E. Alameda Ave. Aurora, 80012 303-344-4120 www.shopauroramall.com
The closest shopping center to Denver International Airport, Aurora Mall has 98,600 square feet and more than 140 specialty stores, restaurants and services. Highlights include a carousel, a movie theater, and anchor stores such as Dillard’s, JCPenney, Macy’s and Sears.
BelmarAlameda Avenue and Wadsworth Boulevard Lakewood, 80226 303-742-1520 www.belmarcolorado.com
One of Denver’s newest shopping hotspots, Belmar is a 103-acre downtown district in the city of Lakewood that was honored as one of 10 finalists for Denver Regional Council of Governments’ 2011 Live/Work/Play Award. This Continuum-developed nationally recognized mixed-use project took an old mall (Villa Italia) and revitalized it into a destination that now combines retailers, boutiques, restaurants, cafes, theaters, offices, residences, artist studios, parks and plazas—all within 22 city blocks. Future plans include a full-service hotel. Catering to the urban lifestyle, Belmar’s streets, green areas and public art program are designed to encourage pedestrian traffic, promote community building, and emphasize the importance of public spaces.
Colorado Mills14500 W. Colfax Ave. Lakewood, 80401 303-384-3000 www.coloradomills.com
There are nearly 200 stores – many of them outlets – at this 200-acre, 1.2-million square-foot mall in nearby Lakewood, which features free kids activities, a carousel, a United Artists theater, miniature golf course and year-round special events. Anchor stores include Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5th, Neiman Marcus Last Call, Sports Authority, Off Broadway Shoes, Eddie Bauer Outlet, Burlington, and Super Target, while specialty stores include Ann Taylor Factory Store, Brooks Brothers Factory Store, Banana Republic Factory Store, Victoria’s Secret, Nautica, Gap Outlet, NIKE Factory Store, American Eagle Outfitters, Aeropostale, Oakley Vault, St. John Company Store, Gymboree and more.
Downtown BoulderPearl Street and Broadway Boulder, 80302 303-449-3774 www.dbi.org
Downtown Boulder offers hundreds of stores, specialty shops, restaurants and service establishments. Pearl Street Mall, an outdoor pedestrian mall, offers a nice mix of popular chain stores such as Banana Republic and Abercrombie & Fitch and locally owned shops. Even better, there’s free parking on weekends.
FlatIron CrossingOne W. FlatIron Circle Broomfield, 80021 866-FLATIRON www.flatironcrossing.com
The views of the FlatIrons of Boulder are reason enough to visit this 1.5-million-square-foot, indoor/outdoor shopping center that also features a pond and sandbox for the kids, and a skating rink that’s open in winter. Enjoy more than 200 shops and restaurants, including Coach, Coldwater Creek, Bebe, BC Surf & Sport, Banana Republic, J. Crew, J Jill, Papyrus, LOFT, and The Container Store. Anchor stores include Nordstrom, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Dillard’s, and Macy’s.
Outlets at Castle Rock5050 Factory Shops Blvd. Castle Rock, 80108 303-688-4494 www.outletsatcastlerock.com
This 43-acre, almost 478,000-square-foot open-air mall attracts more than 4.2 million shoppers each year and was named one of the top ten preferred shopping areas by visitors in a recent tourism survey. The Outlets at Castle Rock is home to 120 premium brands, including Polo Ralph Lauren, Gap Outlet, Banana Republic Factory Store, Columbia Sportswear, Children’s Place, Calvin Klein, Eddie Bauer, Timberland, Tommy Hilfiger and others. The mall also features a savings cards for extra discounts (available at customer service), as well as shopping packages that offer even more discounts.
Park Meadows8401 Park Meadows Center Drive Lone Tree, 80124 303-792-5384 www.parkmeadows.com
Dubbed a “retail resort,” the 1.6million square-foot Park Meadows mall is housed in a building that looks like a mountain lodge with soaring open spaces and wood timber construction. The mall has more than 185 shops, including such anchor stores as Nordstrom, Dillard’s and JCPenney, and such amenities as foreign currency exchange, wireless Internet access, a nursing lounge for moms, safety escorts, soft seating areas, weekend valet parking, and wheelchair service.
SouthlandsE. Smoky Hill Road and E-470 Aurora, 80016 303-771-4004 www.shopsouthlands.com
Located in southeast Denver, Southlands is an outdoor lifestyle center with a four-block Main Street and community plaza that’s surrounded by retailers, restaurants, services, and entertainment, including AMC Southlands 16 Theatre, Barnes & Noble, Eddie Bauer, Chico’s, Coldwater Creek, Gap, Charming Charlie, McCabe’s Irish Bistro & Pub, Sports Authority, Ted’s Montana Grill and more.
Twin Peaks Mall1250 S. Hover Road Longmont, 80501 303-651-6454 www.twinpeaksmall.com
Twin Peaks covers more than 750,000 square feet and features a movie theater, 80 stores and 10 restaurants. Anchor stores include Dillard’s, Sears and JCPenney.