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This mall is the second largest mall in the entire state of Kentucky and it's appropriate that its located in the suburb of St. Matthews, which is home to most of Louisville's shopping centers. The anchor stores here include Forever 21, Dillard's and JC Penney as well as a Cinemark theater. Other ancillary stores include GameStop, Journeys, PacSun, Wet Seal, Victoria's Secret and many more. This mall is truly a one-stop-shop.
Oxmoor Center is located in the suburb of Norwood, which is about 25-minutes away from downtown Louisville. The mall contains most of the chains you've heard of, such as Macy's, Gap, H&M and an "Only in the Midwest" department store like Von Maur. If you don't find what you're looking for at this mall, jump over the Henry Watterson Expressway and visit the Mall St. Matthews.
Jefferson Mall was established in 1978, and for a while it seemed that this mall would lose its following to newer shopping centers. Today, the mall continues to not only survive, but rather thrive with a wide range of stores including popular brands like American Eagle Outfitters, Bath & Body Works, Old Navy, Sephora and JCPenny. In an effort to make the mall a fun place for visitors of all ages, Jefferson Mall boasts a soft play area with plenty of toys and fun activities for children, and a stroller rentals. The mall also has a variety of dining options with something to suit every taste, including the Olive Garden, Avocado Mexican Grill and Sarku Japan. With so much on offer under a single roof, you will find that time simply flies by.
This mega-shopping complex in the northeast suburbs of Louisville has many brand name stores like Gap, American Eagle, Banana Republic and DSW. There is always plenty of parking and if you're looking for something that pertains to beauty, shoes, jewelery, home furnishings or specialty shops like Build-A-Bear, Paddock has it at a great price. This is truly a one-stop-shop for any goods or gifts you might need.