Planning to spend your weekend shopping? Pack your bags and head to the big apple- New York City! New York is known for its world-class shopping with big brands, top designer names, and so many other things to see. 

So, whether you want to splurge in a closet change or you want to find great deals and offers on home furnishing, gifts, clothing, and other items, NY malls make the best shopping destinations.

Here’s the list of best shopping malls in New York City:

Westfield World Trade Center:

It’s a shopping center situated at the World Trade Center complex in Manhattan. Opened on 16 August 2016, it’s the world’s largest complex with over 126 retail spaces. Also, there are over 80 different places in the Westfield to eat, play, shop, and drink. So, whether you are looking for a lunch date with friends or planning to go on a coffee date, you can head to the mall.

Westfield offers more than just shopping and dining. From beauty to the home improvement to the Greenmarket, where you can buy locally grown products, the mall hosts everything. You can also take part in various exciting and educational events that occur frequently in the mall. 

Queens Place:

If you want to visit all the mega stores in one trip, Queens Place is for you. Having a total area of 440,000-square-foot, the Place is a home to many big names like Designer Show Warehouse, Macy’s, Target, and Best Buy as well as to small stores like Red Lobster, Mrs. Fields’ Cookies, and Outback Steakhouse.  Besides, Queens is also the most popular food destination with umpteen dining options.

Roosevelt Field Mall:

Roosevelt Field is the second-largest shopping mall in New York. Owned and managed by Simon Property Group, the mall hosts over 263-stores, including JCPenney, Macy’s, Nordstrom, Dock’s Sporting Goods, Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus and many more. 

Surrounded by its own parking space, the store has over 23 million footfall a year. Apart from the popular names, there are many low-priced stores like Lord & Taylor, B.Altman & Company, Saks Fifth Avenue, and more.

Newport Centre:

Newport Centre is one of the premier shopping malls in New Jersey. Opened in 1987, it is one of the best shopping malls, equipped with climate control properties and offers 3 levels of shopping experience. 

Situated adjacent to the Holland Tunnel, this mall is accessible from the Path and the Hudson Bergen. The mall features four anchors and more than 130 different shops ranging from health, beauty in women’s apparel, sporting goods, and more.

Gateway Mall:

Also called Gateway Plaza Mall, it’s a shopping complex that resides in the Spring Creek section to the East New York side of the city. You can call it the best-kept secret of Brooklyn, which is a suburban-style shopping mall having a more relaxed environment than other similar malls. 

Originally constructed as a part of the Gateway Estates plan, the mall consists of two structures; the original one, now famous as Gateway  Center South, was opened back in 2002, and the other adjacent structure, called Gateway Center II or Gateway Center North in 2014. There are stores like Raymour & Flanigan, which has large showrooms showcasing various impressive things.

Eastern Hills Mall:

If you want to witness national stores, homegrown merchants, and local merchants all under one roof, East Hills Mall is where you need to go. Whether you want to visit Rising Sun Collectibles, Niagara Emporium, Friends Toy Store, Pure Integrity soy Candles, or you want to watch a movie at The Dispson Theater‘s Eastern Hills Mall is for you. The mall also hosts various places to dine like Duff’s  Famous Wings, Rocky’s Big City Games, and more.

Fulton Mall:

Fulton Mall is a pedestrian street mall situated in Downtown Brooklyn that runs between Adams Street and Flatbush Avenue. With over 230 stores and a dedicated bus lane, the mall includes many big names like GameStop, Foot Locker, H&M, Macy’s, Finish Line, and more.

If you are ready to go on a shopping spree, don’t forget to head to the above malls for an extravagant shopping experience.

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