Four Seasons Town Centre is your one stop shopping experience for shopping, dining, and entertaining. With great stores such as Dillard’s, JCPenny, Forever 21, H&M and dining options Outback Steakhouse and Bonefish Grill, Four Seasons has something for everyone!
Local Record Store specializing in new and used EPs and LPs. Hippo Record carries all genres from classics to rare and hard to find.
Triad’s only map store. Offering functional and artisanal maps, map accessories and map displays.
Enjoy the convenience, variety and selection of over 150 unique retailers and restaurants in a beautiful outdoor shopping village. These outdoor shopping villages feature Apple, REI, Belk, Macy’s, Sears, Old Navy, and more. Plus dining like P.F. Chang’s, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar, Mimi’s Café, and Bravo! Cucina Italiana. View your favorite movie in the comfort…Read more
Reconsidered Goods is an organization with a mission to promote the arts and environmental awareness through reuse. They are a Non-Profit Creative Reuse Center Art Education + Art Gallery + Creative Supply Resource. They offer a make and take space, classes and retail space.
Shop for fresh fruits and vegetables directly from your local farmers in a friendly and historic setting. The market provides the best in homegrown vegetables, fruits and produce, as well as fresh-cut herbs and flowers, baked goods, and handmade crafts.
Greensboro’s first international shopping mall with more than 70 retail stores, dining and offices, offers a unique shopping experience. Anchored by Super G mart international grocery store.
Jewelry, arts, and gifts handmade to celebrate your spirit! If you are looking for jewelry, handbags, apparel, home decor, or a gift off the beaten path, we specialize in inspiring U.S. made, fair trade, and handcrafted products.
Serving Lindley Park since 1947. This Grocery Company is a seven aisle grocery store complete with everyday needs, local products and the Wall O’ Beer featuring 999 beers. Award-winning selection.
Features permanent exhibits of more than eight hundred pieces of pottery, artifacts and photographs tracing North Carolina’s pottery history from prehistoric Native Americans to the present. Four changing pottery exhibitions per year featuring potters and pottery from across the state.