Tucson malls clear out inventory and merchants
Shopping online is fast become a way to cut traffic and checkout time. There are a number of local Tucson businesses that now conduct online transactions.
Tucson Shopping Map & Events
Get a bird's eye view of all events happening at Tucson Shopping Malls.
Tucson Shopping Locations
St. Philip's Plaza, Corner of Campbell and River Roads
Tucson Mall 4500 N. Oracle, 293-7330. The Tucson Mall is undergoing an expansion after the demolition of the former Macy's building. Recently, the northside mall opened a dozen new stores and restaurants.
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Crossroads Festival Shopping Plaza, Grant and Swan. Includes a movie theatre, Fry's Market, Bed, Bath & Beyond, and over two dozen other stores. Buddy's Grill has closed.
El Con Mall, Broadway/between Alvernon and Country Club, 327-8767. The perpetually evolving El Con Mall has added an In and Out Burger, OfficeDepot, Ross, Burlington Factory Store and several more planned stores. Upscale stores are still moving into town show Tucson's resilient economy.
El Con is planned for a major renovation. Most of the present standing mall will be razed for a new complex. Wal-Mart has planned a store on the mall's westside.
Plaza Palomino, Corner of Swan and Ft. Lowell Roads
The Plaza/Williams Centre, 5340 E. Broadway Blvd
La Plaza Shoppes, 6530 E. Tanque Verde
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Continental Ranch Shopping Center 7850 N Silverbell Rd
Fourth Avenue area, between 9th Street and University Blvd.
Sixth Street Merchants, 6th St. south of UA campus
Tucson Spectrum Mall
The increase in bankruptcies and closing of several major Tucson retailers have a shakeout effect. Less options.
The closing of landmark Tucson merchants- Linens & Things, Mervyn's, American Home Furnishings, Shoe Pavillion, Whitehills Jewelry and dozens of smaller locally owned businesses- are changing Tucson's market landscape.
But, Tucson shopping is expected to improve as more franchises and major retailers make their stake in the Old Pueblo. All of the major Tucson malls have a with dozens of screens.
Tucson shopping still expanding- slowly. Shopping centers in Tucson, Arizona are still growing despite, even with the economic downturn and recovery.
The Tucson valley is now home to more than one million residents. This magic number becomes a target for higher tier merchants who avoid smaller markets.
Even with the economic slowdown, major companies have been keeping their eyes on Tucson. Expect to see more large, empty department stores to eventually fill with some of the nations prime retailers.
Midtown Campbell and Glenn shopping stip recently added a Five Guys Hamburgers, Ross and Staples in a major makeover.
The eastside Park Place (previously known as Park Mall) has added a dozen new restaurants and stores.
Driving to the malls and shopping centers through Tucson's crowded streets can be a detour to many Tucson shoppers. Shop online with the same stores and get perks such as free delivery or site-to-store delivery, like Walmart.
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Web Only Retailers
These once, massive, bricks and mortar retail stores have left the shopping mall landscape and exist only in the virtual online shopping world.
Without a storefront presence, these retailers can exist without the added costs of retail space. Shop Tucson online save gas and time.