Shopping Malls in Nashville (Part 2)

Nashville, Tennessee has no shortage of shopping malls. There are places like The Mall at Green Hills, The Factory at Franklin, The Avenue Murfreesboro, Stones River Mall, Rivergate Mall, Providence MarketPlace and the Bellevue Center.

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Shopping Malls in Nashville (Part 2)

Posted by Gary Ashton: RE/MAX ADMIN on Tuesday, July 17th, 2012 at 9:39pm.

Nashville, Tennessee has no shortage of shopping malls. There are places like The Mall at Green Hills, The Factory at Franklin, The Avenue Murfreesboro, Stones River Mall, Rivergate Mall, Providence MarketPlace and the Bellevue Center.


The Mall at Green Hills is a higher end shopping center than many of the others in the area, which makes it perfect for looking for the latest fashions for either men or women. It is also a great place to shop for very special occasions such as weddings and anniversaries. The Mall at Green Hills is also perfect for finding great collectibles for both work and home offices.

The Factory at Franklin is a fairly typical mall just south of Tennessee that features shopping, dining and entertainment.

The Avenue Murfreesboro is an open air mall a half hour south of Tennessee, and houses 100 retailers on its 800,000 square foot campus.

Stones Rive Mall is another typical mall, but only has about 50 stores. This one is also located a half hour south of Nashville in Murfreesboro.

The RiverGate mall is one of the biggest shopping malls in Nashville. It has over 150 stores and 15 places to eat, and even a children’s play area.

Providence MarketPlace is only 10 miles east of the Nashville Airport, and has a great mix of department stores and specialty stores. There are also a handful of restaurants, a movie theatre, and even a grocery store, making it a virtually one stop shop.

The Bellevue Center calls west Nashville home, and offers a lot of upscale shopping, dining and entertainment. It is currently under a lot of construction, but is still open for business.

Nashville and the surrounding area is definitely a great place to shop, with many different locations each with their own flavor. You can never go wrong when choosing to spend a day or two checking every single Nashville mall out from top to bottom.

 

Gary Ashton

The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage

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1 Response to "Shopping Malls in Nashville (Part 2)"

Kevin prusinowski wrote: actually Bellevue Center closed in 2008 never reopening, and so did macy's and Dillard's. Sears is the only store open ,and The mall has seen no construction since it's closing ,besides removing door handles and boarding up broken windows.

Posted on Thursday, June 13th, 2013 at 9:37pm.

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