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Burlington Mall, Other cities N.Carolina
180 Burlington Mall  - Burlington - Burlington, NC   27215
   
   http://www.shopburlingtonsquare.com

Burlington Square opened as Holly Hill Mall in 1969, in reference to the nearby neighborhood where it was located. At the time, the mall's anchor stores included JCPenney, Belk, Sears, and Woolworth, which eventually became Goody's. Its name was changed to Colonial Mall Burlington in 1999 after being bought out by Colonial Properties Trust. Source
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Oak Hollow Mall, Other cities N.Carolina
921 EASTCHESTER DRIVE - High Point, NC   27262
   http://www.oakhollowmall.com
Over 12 million visitors a year discover why Oak Hollow Mall is their style of shopping. Oak Hollow Mall offers fashion, food and fun with over 100 stores, 20 eateries and a seven screen cinema.
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Northgate Mall
1058 West Club Boulevard - Durham, NC  
   http://www.northgatemall.com
Northgate Mall has been a shopping landmark in Durham, N.C. for almost 50 years. Like many other regional malls around the country, Northgate is in a transition mode changing to provide even more variety in merchandise, dining and entertainment. We strive to provide the best possible Customer Service and a pleasant shopping environment for all of our patrons. As we complete our current expansion, Northgate will Turn Shopping Inside Out!
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North Hills, Raleigh
Six Forks Road - Raleigh, NC   27619
   http://www.northhillsraleigh.com
Every great city needs a place to gather. In North Hills, we are creating a Midtown district where people are welcome to come to work or to shop, to dine or to be entertained, to relax or to live. A vibrant neighborhood where we can meet a friend for a cup of coffee after a morning workout. A place where we can enjoy a street corner concert after a dinner in a café. At Kane Realty Corporation, we're dedicated to the task of creating the region's next great place to be.
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Hanes Mall, Other cities N.Carolina
3320 SILAS CREEK PKWY - Winston-Salem, NC   27103
   http://www.shophanesmall.com
Hanes Mall is home to all your favorite stores like Belk, Dillard's, Macy's, JCPenney, Sears, and Old Navy, not to mention other great shops like American Eagle, Limited, Abercrombie & Fitch, Banana Republic, The Disney Store, Yankee Candle, The Gap and Gymboree. Hanes Mall has over 200 fabulous stores and eateries making it truly a total shopping experience.
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Four Seasons Town Centre, Other cities N.Carolina
410 Four Seasons Town Centre - Greensboro, NC   27427
   http://www.shopfourseasons.com
Four Seasons Town Centre is a three-story shopping mall in Greensboro, North Carolina. Currently anchored by Belk, Dillard's and JCPenney; it was the first enclosed shopping mall in Greensboro. Currently, it is the only indoor shopping mall within Greensboro's city limits; however, nearby Friendly Center, an outdoor shopping plaza, has many of the same tenants. It is also the only three-story shopping mall in North Carolina, though some department stores at two- or one-story malls have multiple stories. Four Seasons today is managed by General Growth Properties. The shopping mall is located at the I-40 interchange with High Point Road, south of downtown. Source
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Crossroads Plaza
Walnut Street, off U.S. 1/64 - Cary, NC  
   http://www.shopcrossroadsplaza.com
With over 70 exciting stores, services and restaurants, Crossroads Plaza has something for everyone. Convenient parking and covered walkways invite you to explore what's around every corner. And whenever you need a break, there are over 15 eateries to choose from for delicious dining. Crossroads Plaza is the complete shopping experience.
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Cross Creek Mall, Other cities N.Carolina
419 CROSS CREEK MALL - Fayetteville, NC   28303
   http://www.crosscreekmall.com
Regional shopping mall located in Fayetteville, North Carolina, on the 401 Bypass between Morganton Road and the All-American Freeway. The mall contains over 100 stores and covers over 1,000,000 sq ft. of retail space. Its anchors include Belk, Macy's, J. C. Penney, and Sears. The mall is owned by CBL & Associates Properties. Source
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Valley Hills Mall, Other cities N.Carolina
1960 Highway 70 SE, #244 - Hickory, NC   28602
 
   http://www.valleyhillsmall.com

Enjoy great one-stop shopping and a family-friendly environment at over 90 specialty stores and carts, 11 food court retailers, a sit-down restaurant, and four department stores, Belk, Dillard's, JCPenney, and Sears. Valley Hills Mall has a 28-foot antique carousel in the food court, a Speedway Soft Play Area for kids, carpeted, soft seating areas, family restrooms with a nursing facility, and two parking decks available to provide a pleasant customer experience.
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Carolina Place, Other cities N.Carolina
11025 Carolina Place Parkway - Pineville, NC   28134
   http://www.carolinaplace.com
Featuring Dillard's, Hecht's, Belk, JCPenney, Sears and over 140 specialty shops including Aeropostale, American Eagle, Ann Taylor and Merle Norman, Carolina Place offers terrific shopping for the whole family!
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Biltmore Square Mall, Other cities N.Carolina
800 Brevard Road - Asheville, NC   28806
   
   http://www.mybiltmoresquare.com

Biltmore Square Mall is a shopping mall located just off I-26 on Brevard Road in Asheville, North Carolina. It has three anchors: Belk, Dillard's Clearance Center, and Steve and Barry's. In Summer 2008, Dillard's converted to a clearance center.
A new concept in movie theater and restaurants will be unveiled in the Biltmore Square Mall, serving food, beer and wine before and during the screening of films in the theater will be attempted. Source
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Westfield Eastridge Shopping Centre, Other cities N.Carolina
246 N. New Hope Road - Gastonia, NC   28054
   http://westfield.com/eastridge/
Known colloquially as Westfield Eastridge, is a regional shopping mall located in Gastonia, North Carolina, and is nineteen miles west of uptown Charlotte, North Carolina. Opened in 1976 as Eastridge Mall, it is located off Interstate 85 at exit 20, N. New Hope Road, and the mall houses 100 stores. Cource
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The Streets at Southpoint
6910 Fayetteville Road - Durham, NC   27713
   http://www.streetsatsouthpoint.com
The Streets at Southpoint is the premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination in the Triangle and was featured as one of the "10 Great Places to Spend It All in One Place" by USA Today. Among the over 140 unique shops and restaurants, The Streets at Southpoint is home to five major department stores including Hudson Belk, Hecht’s, JC Penney, Sears, and North Carolina’s first Nordstrom. Plus, The Streets at Southpoint has exciting specialty retail such as Apple Computer, Pottery Barn Kids, Bose, Cole Haan, Swarovski and Coach.
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Concord Mills, Other cities N.Carolina
8111 Concord Mills Boulevard - Concord, NC   28027
   http://www.simon.com/mall/default.aspx?ID=1239
The #1 shopping entertainment destination of the Carolinas and North Carolina's #1 visitor attraction, Concord Mills features over 200 stores including manufacturer and retail outlets, off-price retailers, and unique specialty stores. A festive food court, a NASCAR themed fun park, a 24-screen AMC theatre and North Carolina’s only Bass Pro Shops are also part of the shopping adventure. The center is further enhanced by an oval racetrack layout and dynamic architecture reflective of the Carolinas.
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Cary Towne Center
1105 WALNUT STREET - Cary, NC   27511
   http://www.shopcarytownecentermall.com
Cary Towne Center is home to five department stores - Belk, Dillard's, Macy's, JCPenney and Sears - and to great stores like Ann Taylor Loft, Jos. A. Bank Clothiers, Bath & Body Works, Helzberg Diamonds, Limited, American Eagle, Gap/Gap Kids and Kirklands. Cary Towne Center has over 140 fabulous stores and eateries making it truly a total shopping experience. Conveniently located off I-40 at Exit 291 (intersection of Cary Towne Boulevard, Walnut Street, Maynard Road).
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Triangle Town Center, Raleigh
5959 TRIANGLE TOWN BOULEVARD - Raleigh, NC   27616
   http://www.triangletowncenter.com
It is located in North Raleigh off of U.S. Highway 1 (Capital Boulevard) and Interstate 540. The mall is owned by CBL & Associates Properties, Inc. It opened in August, 2002 with anchors Hudson Belk, Sears, Dillard's, and Hecht's. The state's first Saks Fifth Avenue opened in 2004. Hecht's became Macy's on September 9, 2006.
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Crabtree Valley Mall, Raleigh
4325 Glenwood Ave - Raleigh, NC   27612
   http://www.crabtree-valley-mall.com
The largest enclosed mall in the Triangle. Crabtree Valley contains over 220 stores and is anchored by Belk, Sears, and Macy's. Higher-end restaurants located in the mall include The Cheesecake Factory, P. F. Chang's China Bistro, and Kanki.
From the start, the mall pulled shoppers from all over central and eastern North Carolina. Many of them came to the 251,000-square-foot (23,300 m2) Hudson Belk, which is still the largest store in the complex and serves as a Belk flagship. The mall was remodeled in the mid 1980s and added many upscale specialty stores and a food court. It faced remarkably little competition in its market until the 1990s, when Cary Towne Center in nearby Cary doubled in size and spawned a companion mall, Crossroads Plaza. Source
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Asheville Mall, Other cities N.Carolina
3 SOUTH TUNNEL ROAD - Asheville, NC   28805
   http://www.asheville-mall.com
One of Asheville's most popular visitation sites is Asheville Mall. Asheville Mall features fashion, fun and food for everyone with five department stores, over 100 stores and 15 eateries. This incredible shopping center has the names you won't find anywhere else in town - Ann Taylor, Eddie Bauer, Kirkland's and Structure , to name only a few.
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Greenville Mall, Other cities N.Carolina
714 S.E. Greenville Boulevard - Greenville, NC   27858
   http://www.mygreenvillemall.com
Greenville Mall is a shopping mall located in Greenville, North Carolina which has over 500,000 square feet. It is located at the corner of Greenville and Arlington Boulevards.
Greenville Mall was originally built as a strip center named Pitt Plaza. The center was enclosed in the 1980s as a response to construction of Carolina East Mall and named The Plaza. It was subsequently renamed Colonial Mall Greenville when purchased by Colonial Properties Trust. The purchase of the mall by GG&A in 2007 resulted in the name being changed to Greenville Mall. Source