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Located in the heart of the bustling Cheapside, One New Change offers patrons a one-stop place to purchase everything they require. Established in 2010, the modern architecture of the building is a stark contrast from the Victorian architecture of St. Paul's Cathedral that lies opposite it. This massive mall, spread across 20,440 square meters (220,000 square feet), houses popular stores like H&M, Mango, Banana Republic, Swarovski, Topshop, Calvin Klein and many more. The eating joints here offer you a wide range of cuisines to choose from. Enjoy a day out shopping at this mall.
A huge, domed building with three vast floors of shops that stock clothes, shoes, mountaineering equipment, records, books and household goods, Whiteleys is a sheltered alternative to your local high street. There is a fairly large Marks and Spencer branch here, as well as high street stores such as Aftershock, Gap and the Body Shop. The second floor has a good choice of food venues. You can catch the latest movie at Odeon. Whiteleys is regularly used to film daytime TV programs. A limited amount of parking is available on the roof.
Boxpark Shoreditch is a pop up mall that houses stalls of some of the most popular brands. These stalls are hired on a rental basis, and thus change ownership from time to time. Every time you visit, you are bound to find some new brands here. The mall consists of fashion and electronic brands such as Samsung Galaxy, Xbox, Puma, Tom Lewis, Nordic Poetry and Sta Travel, along with food stalls and restaurants of Simply Fish, Bunnychow, Chop'd, La Catrina, and many more.
Architecturally impressive, Westfield's intriguing structure is worth visiting for the design alone. Its curving lines ensure that it avoids the stark, stuffy and angular feel of many shopping centers, while the sheer variety of shops, stalls and boutiques means it offers something for everyone. In the main mall area, there's a harmonious mix of everything from premium labels to high street chains, department stores to smaller individual outlets. Meanwhile, in The Village, luxury brands abound, with a central champagne bar providing a welcome stop-off. If that's beyond your budget, don't worry; there are over 40 eateries of varying prices, standards and nationalities. Given Westfield has all this along with the latest amenities and excellent transport links, it's no wonder so many shoppers are going West.
Westfield Stratford City boasts of over 200 shops housing famous brands, numerous dining places, state-of-the art cinema halls, a bowling arena and the Aspers Casino. It is one of the largest shopping centers of Stratford City. The array of dining spots here gives shoppers the experience of traditional and contemporary food from across the world. The shopping center has multi-lingual guides for your assistance. Westfield Stratford City is a one-of-a-kind lifestyle experience.
Brent Cross Shopping Centre is one of the most popular shopping destinations in Northwest London, and with good reason, too. Whether you're looking to buy clothing, accessories, homewares, electrical appliances or sports and outdoor gear, you will find it all. Banana Republic, Accessorize, French Connection and Sunglass Hut, all have outlets here. If you want to take a break from all that shopping you've been doing, you can grab a quick bite from Auntie Anne's Pretzels or Millie's Cookies; you could also enjoy a full meal at Carluccio's or Ed's Easy Diner. The mall also has a range of childcare facilities, so you need not leave the little ones at home.