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Favorite Charlotte Mall

Whats your favorite Charlotte-area Mall?  

64 members have voted

  1. 1. Whats your favorite Charlotte-area Mall?

    • Carolina Place Mall
      6
    • Eastland Mall
      5
    • SouthPark Mall
      45
    • Signal Hill Mall
      0
    • Valley Hills Mall
      0
    • Carolina Mall
      2
    • Monroe Mall
      0
    • Rock Hill Galleria
      0
    • Eastridge Mall
      1
    • Other
      5


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I'm not a big mall person, but I enjoy Concord Mills for its festive feel. I can check out something like Nascar Speedpark or Bass Outlet, etc.

I like South Park but I don't think I've ever actually bought anything there. I've eaten there numerous times though.

I checked out Eastland Mall for the first time ever last weekend, and I actually liked it. It is rather large, and the ice rink is a surprising and unique feature that you don't see in most malls. Yeah, it's a bit on the ghetto side, but I still liked it.

Carolina Place is the most average mall ever. It isn't awesome, it isn't bad, but it's just average. Rock Hill Galleria is a notch below that.

Those are the only malls I've been to in Charlotte (aside from Crossroads Mall, which isn't even worth mentioning, but I guess I just did...). So my vote would go to Concord Mills if it were an option.

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The stores at Concord Mills are ok...but the design of that mall is so cheap...its going to be outdated in a couple years.

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The design of Concord Mills reflects the design of almost every other Mills mall... so if CM will go out of date in a couple of years so will the others.

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Concord Mills is still a mall though. It would be good to have it as an option, even though I wouldn't have chosen it.

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My girlfriend and I are pretty poor right now so the only "mall" I shop at is the cotswold shopping center!  :blush:

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I'm not rolling in dough, but SouthPark's still a great place to go. The nice stores always have the best sales.

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I actually liked Eastland when I lived in Charlotte. It's the only mall with a really good collection of urban clothing stores. It also brought back some memories of when I was a kid and we lived in the Charlotte area.

My brother got his car broken into twice at that mall back in the mid 90s. But now things seem much better and safer. I never felt in danger there anyway.

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I actually liked Eastland when I lived in Charlotte. It's the only mall with a really good collection of urban clothing stores. It also brought back some memories of when I was a kid and we lived in the Charlotte area.

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That's one reason to shop there: if you want a pair of 'fly kicks,' that's the place. I really like a lot of the stores out there and I feel relatively safe, though I don't go much at night.

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Carolina Place because it's decent and close.

SouthPark just for a different vibe and good window shopping.

Eastland for a good selection of urban wear.

Concord Mills for a "big mall" experience.

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I do miss the old SouthPark too... some of the stores but mostly the look/architecture

I wish they could have kept that Modernist vibe going, but it wasn't to be. :(

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