Jacksonville’s 10 Largest Shopping Centers

When someone thinks of Jacksonville, FL, "shopping" isn't likely something that immediately comes to their mind. Surprisingly though, Jacksonville's shopping scene is extremely large, offering millions of square footage, thousands of shops, and several locations throughout the county. Here is a look at the top 10 largest shopping centers within the area.

Published June 18, 2014 in Jacksonville Neighborhoods - MetroJacksonville.com


10. The Markets at Town Center

The Markets at Town Center are a separated shopping center from the previously mentioned Town Center, and extend over 317,000 square feet. The Markets opened a few years after the original Town Center installment, opening several "lifestyle" stores such as West Marine, REI, and Babies R Us. The Markets can be found at 4865 Town Center Pkwy.

9. St. Augustine Premium Outlets

The St. Augustine Premium Outlets stretch over 320,000 square feet of retail space. The St. Augustine Premium Outlets can be found at  2700 State Road 16, a separated location from the St. Augustine Outlets. The Premium Outlets feature approximately 85 stores,  which include Nike, Ralph Lauren, and J Crew. The Premium outlets are said to be unparalleled by any other shopping center in the area, due to the high traffic rates and money that they produce.

8. St. Augustine Outlets

The St. Augustine Outlets are a collection of stores ranging over a 338,000 square foot space. The St. Augustine Outlets are located at 500 Outlet Mall Blvd. and feature several stores, including the region's only Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th store.  

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Article by Kristen Pickrell

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