Chandler Fashion Center
Chandler Fashion Center is a regional shopping center located in the city of Chandler, Arizona, and is the second largest mall in the Phoenix metropolitan area. The mall is owned by Westcor, a subsidiary of The Macerich Company and was opened on October 19, 2001 with more than 180 stores and five anchors including Arizona's second Nordstrom, Sears, Dillard's, Macy's and Harkins Theatres. The mall is located on Chandler Boulevard at the northwest corner of Loop 101 and Loop 202 Santan. The mall has a mixed variety of stores including Coach, Sephora, Eddie Bauer, Pottery Barn, Abercrombie and Fitch, comic book store Atomic Comics and many more. The Finish Line, Inc. at Chandler Fashion Center showcases a partnership with Nike and Apple Inc.. In June 2008, Arizona's first Lego Store opened at Chandler Fashion Center and in the Fall of 2008 a newly expanded 24,000-square-foot (2,200 m 2) Forever 21 flagship store opened at the mall. Sales at Chandler Fashion Center are more than $600 per square foot, which is well above the national average of $392 a square foot.

Chandler Fashion Center is unique among most indoor shopping centers in its design. The mall layout is designed like the letter "A" with the food court as the top point. All of the indoor mall shops radiate out into 3 wings from the food court. The mall features stone columns, marble floors and large skylights all incorporated in a modern, yet contemporary design. The mall is also a showcase of Arizona scenery courtesy of Arizona Highways. Large photographic murals of the Grand Canyon, Sedona and Arizona's Sonoran Desert are displayed on walls at the ends of each wing as well as certain outdoor entrances to the mall. Adjacent to the food court entrance of the mall is an outdoor entertainment and dining plaza called The Village. Restaurants such as Garduños, BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse, California Pizza Kitchen, Starbucks, Chipotle and ColdStone Creamery are located here. A popular attraction of the outdoor plaza is the Dancing Waters fountain featuring an impressive display of water, lights and music. Surrounding the mall there are many large retail centers including Chandler Festival, Chandler Gateway, Chandler Village Center and the Boulevard Shops. They include mostly big-box retailers such as Circuit City, Bed Bath & Beyond, Target and Lowe's with the exception of the Boulevard Shops which are anchored by P.F. Chang's China Bistro and Dolce Salon and feature several small boutiques.


  • Dillard's (200,208 sq ft.)
  • Macy's (200,000 sq ft.) (formerly Robinsons-May)
  • Nordstrom (143,920 sq ft.)
  • Sears (131,000 sq ft.)
  • Harkins Theatres (98,160 sq ft., 20 screens)

Notable Stores
  • Lego Store
  • Barnes & Noble (28,441 sq ft.)
  • Pottery Barn/Pottery Barn Kids (20,292 sq ft., main store - 12,447 sq ft (1,156.4 m 2)., kids - 7,845 sq ft.)
  • GAP, GapBody, GapKids and babyGap (20,000 sq ft.)
  • The Cheescake Factory (12,640 sq ft.)
  • Banana Republic (10,123 sq ft.)
  • Garduño's
  • Forever 21
  • Apple Store
  • Sephora
  • Coach
  • Williams-Sonoma
  • Express
  • J. Crew
  • Arden B.
  • Lucky Brand Jeans
  • Bare Escentuals
  • Dr. Siegal's Cookie Diet

Building Activity

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