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New York City Shopping Malls

New York City Malls - Manhattan Mall


Browse our list and map to locate and explore New York City's major shopping malls. Find the mall location that is nearest you and enjoy the variety of shops that it offers. We present information and links on the nine largest malls in New York City. Six of the malls are in Manhattan, one each in Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island.

The information window for each mall contains the street address, phone number and a brief description of what you will find there. Also included is the official website link for each mall if one is available. See the Shopping Malls Map at the bottom of this page for exact location and directions.

 

NYC Shopping Malls Guide

Kings Plaza Shopping Center & Marina
Flatbush Avenue & Avenue U
Brooklyn
Phone: (718) 253-6842

Anchored by Macy's, Sears, Old Navy and Best Buy, this shopping center includes over 150 stores, including a variety of national clothing, jewelry, fragrance & cosmetics, and specialty stores, as well as casual dining options.
Manhattan Mall
100 W. 33rd Street
New York
Phone: (212) 465-0500

This traditional mall is anchored by JC Penney and includes apparel, jewelry and accessories, health & beauty, toys and specialty stores. Note that the addition of JC Penney caused the elimination of the food court so, at this time, there is no dining.
Queens Center
90-15 Queens Boulevard
Elmhurst
Phone: (718) 592-3900

Anchored by Macy's and JCPenney, this large mall in Queens has upwards of 150 stores and an extensive food court.
Rockefeller Center
30 Rockefeller Plaza
New York
Phone: (212) 632-3975

Rockefeller Center features over 100 stores, including the Metropolitan Museum Store, Lego, Swarovski, Nintendo World, Ann Taylor and many more. There are over 40 spots to eat, from Dean & Deluca to Wendy's.
The Shops at Columbus Circle
10 Columbus Circle
New York
Phone: (212) 823-6100

This shopping area at the southwest corner of Central Park includes a wonderful variety of upscale shops, including apparel, accessories, jewelry, electronics, home goods and more. There is also a Whole Foods Market. Restaurants range from Porter House New York to the Bouchon Bakery.
The Atrium at Trump Tower
725 Fifth Avenue
New York
Phone: (212) 715-7290

The Atrium at Trump Tower is six levels of high-end shops (including Gucci's flagship store), restaurants and an 80-foot indoor waterfall.
South Street Seaport
12 Fulton Street
New York
Phone: (212) 732-8257

South Street Seaport is lower Manhattan’s east-side shopping destination that offers a distinct mix of shops, restaurants, and cafes. On Saturdays and Sundays, the Fulton Stall Market features a hand-picked collection of local food vendors, farmers, purveyors, crafters, and artisans.
Staten Island Mall
2655 Richmond Avenue
Staten Island
Phone: (718) 761-6800

The anchors at Staten Island Mall include Macy's, Sears, JC Penney and Macy's Furniture Gallery. Additionally, there are a variety of stores offering apparel, home goods, jewelry, electronics and more. There are several casual full-service restaurants and a food court.
Grand Central Terminal
87 East 42nd Street
New York
Phone: n/a

Grand Central Terminal offers a number of shops and restaurants. Grand Central Market hosts a variety of vendors, including cheeses, fresh produce, breads, seafood and more.

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