Grapevine Mills
Grapevine Mills is a large shopping mall located in Grapevine, Texas, which is located in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Grapevine Mills currently totals over 1,600,000 square feet (149,000 m 2) in size. The mall also includes a Bass Pro Shops, although not connected physically. Grapevine Mills opened on October 30, 1997 and is currently one of the largest malls owned by The Mills platform of Simon Property Group. The mall features over 20 anchors and over 200 specialty retailers, as well as a variety of theme restaurants, casual dining and cutting-edge entertainment venues. Grapevine Mills is located within a major retail area just east of Lake Grapevine and two miles (3 km) north of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. It is the second of the Mills' "Landmarks" to have a racetrack floorplan and also one of the two "Landmarks" to have a movie theater located adjacently outside the mall. The 30-screen AMC Theatre is located across the Entertainment Entry (#5) near the "Stockyards" food court. On January 24, 2011, JCPenney announced it will close all 19 of its outlets by June 1st, including Grapevine Mills location. Some outlet stores will be converting to regular JCPenney stores.

Anchors & Majors
  • AMC Theatres (108,733 sq ft (10,102 m 2)., 30 screens)
  • Bed Bath & Beyond (40,340 sq ft (3,748 m 2))
  • Books-A-Million (23,967 sq ft (2,227 m 2))
  • Burlington Coat Factory (100,102 sq ft (9,300 m 2))
  • Children's Place (20,106 sq ft (1,868 m 2)., formerly located in a smaller 5,133 sq ft (477 m 2). location)
  • Dr Pepper Starcenter (78,344 sq ft (7,278 m 2))
  • Forever 21 (24,203 sq ft (2,249 m 2))
  • Group USA (23,257 sq ft (2,161 m 2))
  • JCPenney Outlet Store (106,207 sq ft (9,867 m 2)) (Closing in June 1, 2011)
  • Legoland opening March 2011
  • Marshalls (29,397 sq ft (2,731 m 2))
  • Last Call Neiman Marcus (33,429 sq ft (3,106 m 2))
  • Nike Factory Store (20,150 sq ft (1,872 m 2))
  • Old Navy (23,329 sq ft (2,167 m 2))
  • Pacific Sunwear
  • Rainforest Cafe (22,602 sq ft (2,100 m 2))
  • Off 5th Saks Fifth Avenue (34,982 sq ft (3,250 m 2))
  • Sea Life opening Summer 2011
  • Sears Outlet (22,934 sq ft (2,131 m 2))
  • Sun & Ski Sports (30,127 sq ft (2,799 m 2))
  • Vanity Fair Outlet


Former Stores
  • American Wilderness: became Woodward Skatepark
  • Gameworks
  • Just for Feet: now NIKE Factory Store
  • Off Rodeo Drive Beverly Hills: became Forever 21
  • Polar Ice: Opened early 2000s, became Dr Pepper Starcenter
  • Steve & Barry's (48,763 sq ft (4,530 m 2))(closed beginning of 2009 with liquidation of chain)
  • Virgin Megastore (27,490 sq ft (2,554 m 2)) (closed end of 2008)
  • Western Warehouse (20,130 sq ft (1,870 m 2)) (closing in 2009 with liquidation of chain)