New York Malls

Do you like to go and browse the aisles of many different stores without having to go that far? If you said yes then you must be a mall junky! Here are some of New York's premier shopping centers.

Kings Plaza Shopping Center & Marina 5100 Kings Plaza, Brooklyn, (718) 253-6842
This large mall in Brooklyn includes major stores such as Macy's, Foot Locker, the Gap, and Victoria's Secret. There is also a movie theater on the premises.

Manhattan Mall 6th Ave and 33rd Street, (212) 465-0500
You can't miss this huge building across the street from Macy's and the Empire State Building. Every store in the world is in here as well as restaurants and galleries. The neon makes this place much more like an american mall than the classier South Street Seaport area or Trump Towers. Although not particularly unique to New York, it is still a shopper's paradise.

Queens Center 90-15 Queens Blvd. @ Woodhaven Blvds., (718) 592-3900
"Opened in October, 1973, Queens Center merges the excitement of an urban retail plaza with a convenient, leisure shopping environment. The multi-level in-the-round structure is easy to shop. The rotunda center court is surrounded by 4 balcony-like levels that accommodate the majority of merchants from any vantage point. Today, the 626,000 square foot Queens Center is comprised of two major anchor stores: Macy*s and JCPenney; 12 Food Court restaurants and an ever expanding family of stores and services that total over 70 retailers representing every category of merchandise"

Staten Island Mall
2655 Richmond Avenue, (718) 761-6800
This mall features major department stores including Macy's, Sears, and JC Penney.   

South Street Seaport 12 Fulton Street, (212) 732-7678
"On the East River in downtown Manhattan, this is a fun place to shop. You can explore the decks and cabins of six historic ships, see exhibitions of maritime art and artifacts, and learn about New York's archaeological heritage. If you journey through the area's stone-paved streets, you can stop at any of the 120 shops in the area including Ann Taylor, Talbots, Brookstone, The Body Shop, Coach and J. Crew. Finish off your visit by sailing around New York Harbor on a graceful twin-masted schooner."

Trump Tower 725 Fifth Avenue at 56th Street, (212) 832-2000
This luxury high rise is not only a place where the very rich live, but also where they shop. There are 5 levels in the grand atrium where you can find branches of some of the world's more exclusive shops. This is a must for people who are visiting New York and are in the area. It seems silly to call a place so decadent a mall.

Takashimaya
693 Fifth Avenue at 54th Street, (212) 350-0100