Rochester, New York City Guide
Rochester, NY City Guide

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Shopping Centers in Rochester and Upstate New York




  • EastView Mall.   "Eastview Mall is located just off the New York State Thruway within a 90 minute drive of more than 3.5 million people. Its proximity to two of Upstate New York’s most important highway systems, I-90 and I-490, enables it to consistently draw from Syracuse and Buffalo, NY.

    Located in the fastest growing sector of the metropolitan Rochester area with the highest concentration of affluent households in all of Upstate New York, Eastview Mall truly caters to the upscale fashion clientele of its primary trade area (average household income within three miles of over $120,000 and $86,000 within 10 miles).

    Eastview Mall is the market’s preferred fashion destination, featuring unique retailers Lord & Taylor, Eddie Bauer Home, Cache, Arhaus Furniture and Ann Taylor. The expansion will not only complement the existing tenant mix, but also the residual developments and add to the attractiveness of the Eastview shopping experience."  Google Map
  • Greece Ridge Center.  "Greece Ridge Center is located in Rochester, NY, the fastest growing and most affluent metropolitan area in the Upstate region. Positioned in the most densely populated area of Rochester, Greece Ridge Center enjoys a close proximity to more rooftops than any other shopping center in the Greater Rochester Area.

    The local employment base is highly skilled and represents some of the most advanced imaging research, development and manufacturing companies in the United States. Located on Route 104 (Ridge Road West) just seconds from Route 390, access from all points in the market is excellent. Route 104 is a major east/west thoroughfare in the Rochester market with over 70,000 vehicles per day passing in front of the mall.

Greece Ridge Center, at 1.63 million square feet, is one of the largest shopping centers in the country. This size allows for an extensive and diverse collection of retail. Kaufmann’s, Kaufmann’s Home Store, Sears, JCPenney, Target, Michael’s, Marshalls and The Bon Ton serve as anchors for the mall. The Gap, Marshalls, Barnes & Noble, Bed Bath & Beyond, Old Navy, and Circuit City round out the diverse mix of retail offered at the center."  Google Map

  • Marketplace Mall
  • Medley Centre.  "Our vision is to create the most unique, family-oriented shopping center in the greater Rochester trade area.  Google Map
  • Pittsford Plaza
  • Village Gate Square.  "The Village Gate Square is a vital component of Rochester's Neighborhood of the Arts (NOTA). The neighborhood contains some of Rochester major cultural institutions including, The Memorial Art Gallery, The George Eastman House/The International Museum of Photography, and The Visual Studies Workshop. Village Gate Square and its next door neighbor, The Fabrics and Finding Building, houses some of Rochester most talented individual artists. These artists open their studios to visitors the second Saturday of each month. NOTA is a tight-knit community that welcomes visitors and newcomers alike to its spirited activities."

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