Southridge Mall

★★★☆☆
  • 5300 S 76 St

    Greendale, WI 53129

    Map & Directions
  • 414-421-5600

About Southridge Mall

Categories
  • Shopping Centers & Malls
Details
  • Phone Equipment
  • Carpools
Hours
M-Sa 10am-9pm, Su 11am-6pm
Emails
  • crouse@simon.com
Year Established
  • 2007
Brands
  • JCPenney
  • Kohl's
  • Boston Store
  • Macy's

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I guess shopping malls are "on their way out" according to various sources, in favor of smaller developments that can more conveniently place stores on parking lots for even more convenience... if you're driving.

Well, Southridge is still a nice place to shop, even if it's a mall. Greendale has done a lot to make Southridge very accessible, with multiple entrances controlled by stoplights, better turning lanes, and better traffic control than years ago. The mall itself sports a large, 360-degree parking lot, meaning that you can easily pick an area that is close to a store you plan to visit, and park nearby. Inside, the mall is clearly old but periodically refreshed through remodeling and regular cleaning and maintenance. The main problem is that they have some difficulty attracting and retaining stores in the long run, including the southern anchor store, which started as Gimbels, became Marshall Field & Company, then Prange's, Younker's, and which has suffered along since in a variety of non-anchor store configurations (currently partially occupied by a World Market and a Linens N Things, except LNT is now closed).

The location has changed a lot over the years. It used to sport a (semi-)small cinema, memorable as being the other place in Milwaukee that one could see Rocky Horror Picture Show, a Farrell's Ice Cream Parlor, and lots of other unusual and fun things. These days, it is more or less just a standard mall, not too remarkable, but acceptable.

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★★★☆☆

I guess shopping malls are "on their way out" according to various sources, in favor of smaller developments that can more conveniently place stores on parking lots for even more convenience... if you're driving.

Well, Southridge is still a nice place to shop, even if it's a mall. Greendale has done a lot to make Southridge very accessible, with multiple entrances controlled by stoplights, better turning lanes, and better traffic control than years ago. The mall itself sports a large, 360-degree parking lot, meaning that you can easily pick an area that is close to a store you plan to visit, and park nearby. Inside, the mall is clearly old but periodically refreshed through remodeling and regular cleaning and maintenance. The main problem is that they have some difficulty attracting and retaining stores in the long run, including the southern anchor store, which started as Gimbels, became Marshall Field & Company, then Prange's, Younker's, and which has suffered along since in a variety of non-anchor store configurations (currently partially occupied by a World Market and a Linens N Things, except LNT is now closed).

The location has changed a lot over the years. It used to sport a (semi-)small cinema, memorable as being the other place in Milwaukee that one could see Rocky Horror Picture Show, a Farrell's Ice Cream Parlor, and lots of other unusual and fun things. These days, it is more or less just a standard mall, not too remarkable, but acceptable.

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Southridge Mall is Wisconsin's largest shopping center and is located in Greendale, a southwest suburb of Milwaukee.  The enclosed, super regional shopping center services the nearby communities of Greendale, Greenfield, West Allis, Oak Creek and Franklin.  It also draws from throughout the Greater Milwaukee Area.  With over 125 stores and services, Southridge offers a variety of shopping choices for the entire family, ranging from apparel, to electronics, jewelry, home furishings, 'grab & go' Food Court options and family style dining at Buca di Beppo and Explorium Brewpub.  Southridge is also home to 5 Department Stores, including Boston Store, jcpenney, Kohl's, Sears and a new Macy's.  Eddie Bauer, Old Navy, Francesca's, Pink, Shoe Dept Encore, Burger King, Journeys Kidz, Torrid, Windsor, MASSIMO and Chico's also have opened at the mall.  In addition, you'll find many of your favorites such as  H&M, Bath & Body, Express, Starbucks, ALDO, the Disney Store and Aeropostale.  The entire team at Southridge hopes you will visit us soon.  We're conveniently located on South 76th Street, between Grange and Edgerton Avenues.

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