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Shoppers enjoy 110 stores and food vendors at Regency Square in Richmond's West End. Hechts department store, Ann Taylor, Crabtree & Evelyn, The Gap and Gap Kids, Laura Ashley and 9 West are a few favorites. Among items shoppers can find in other specialty stores here are toys, books, records, shoes and lingerie.
This is a great music store in on the West Broad Street in Richmond best known for buying and renting musical equipments for parties, concerts, celebrations etc. Throughout the year, the store conducts many free events and festivals. Interested visitors can also take up learning lessons with various instruments. Enrolling for a membership can give discounts on purchases whether online or in-store.
Shoppers from Richmond and Fredericksburg come to the Commons to browse through the more than 90 stores here. Recently built in 1998, the mall has stores like Bath and Body Works, the funky Up Against the Wall and department stores like Hechts and Dillard's. A Mall Perks frequent shopper program allows shoppers to earn a point for every dollar spent at the mall. There is also a credit card offered, Mall VIP, that can be used anywhere. Virginia Center Commons is on Route 1, a half-mile north of I-95 near the Henrico/Hanover County line.
Chesterfield Towne Center is a mall that has an impressive retail line up that includes American Eagle Outfitters, Rue 21, and Old Navy. Shop your heart out and take advantage of the food court, where such delights as CinnaMonster (they serve the best and gooiest cinnamon rolls) and Auntie Anne's are located. This family friendly mall is a place that has something for everybody.