Shopping

Just about everyone knows about the MOA, but it’s far from the only shopping center that’s worth visiting in this area! We have several outlet stores, shopping malls, a wide variety of amazing farmer’s markets and other public markets, and unique local shops.

Things to Do

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Albertville Premium Outlets

Albertville Premium Outlets® is just 30 minutes north of Minneapolis on the I-94 corridor. Shop our 100 stores on 80 acres of Northwood scenery; featuring Lulu Lemon Athletica, The North Face, UGG Australia, Coach/ Coach Men’s, and Michael Kors. Albertville Premium Outlets® offers a variety of shops from clothing and shoes to toys.

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Calhoun Square

Calhoun Square is a vibrant urban shopping center, a landmark in the heart of Uptown. Calhoun Square hosts both local, national and international retailers and restaurants, as well as a popular health club that attracts a high volume of regular guests.

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City Center

1.2 million square foot office building located in the heart of the Minneapolis 64 square block skyway system. Designed by world class architects Skidmore Owings and Merrill, the building was constructed and opened in 1983 and is presently the fourth tallest building in Minneapolis.

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Eden Prairie Center

The Eden Prairie Center is a classic two-story mall located in the southwest of the Twin Cities metro area. Catch a movie, shop your heart out, or grab a bite to eat at any of its 90+ stores.

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Karmel Square

Karmel Mall provides an opportunity for business ranging from small to large enterprises, and across verticals, to interact and provide the best selection of goods and services to discerning customers online.

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Kingfield Farmers Market

We are a produce-focused market offering a wide variety of fruits and vegetables along with prepared foods, coffee, hand made crafts, music, kids activities and more.

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Mall of America

Since opening its doors in 1992, Mall of America® has revolutionized the shopping experience and become a leader in retail, entertainment and attractions. Mall of America is one of the top tourist destinations in the country as well as one of the most recognizable brands.

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Midtown Global Market

Midtown Global Market is an internationally-themed public market with great food, unique gifts, groceries and live music.

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Minneapolis Farmers Market

Minneapolis’ outdoor Fruit and Vegetable Market – the precursor of today’s Market – opened in 1876 at the corner of First Street and Hennepin Avenue. It was one of the few sources of fresh produce in the area at the time. The market drew customers and vendors from up to 20 miles away – and that’s no quick trip when you’re traveling by horse and cart.

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Nicollet Mall

One of the most popular shopping districts in MN. The mall spand a 12-block stretch featuring shops, restaurants, theaters, and more

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Nokomis Farmers Market

The Nokomis Farmers Market is the perfect opportunity to catch up on shopping and spend a quality summer afternoon with friends and neighbors!

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Northeast Minneapolis Farmers Market

The Northeast Farmers Market adds to the livability of the neighborhood by providing a welcoming and accessible community market and gathering place. We contribute to the success of local growers and producers and foster sustainability in the Northeast community.

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Ridgedale Center

Indulge in brands you love at the best shopping mall in Minneapolis. Visit Ridgedale Center in Minnetonka for shopping, dining, and entertaining.

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Rosedale Center

Positioned perfectly between the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Rosedale Center has everything you need for shopping, dining and entertainment! With 5 full service restaurants, 3 fast casual and a food court that seats 150 you are sure to find something to please your appetite!

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The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes

The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes is a 78-square-mile lifestyle center located in Maple Grove, southeast of the Twin Cities. Dappled with upscale chain stores, boutiques and fine dineries, this highly-walkable commercial development is known for its iconic simulacrum of a traditional American Main Street designed in neotraditional style.

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Southdale Center

Southdale Center is the nation’s first indoor regional shopping mall. The center, which opened in 1956, is anchored by Macy’s, Herberger’s and JC Penney. Southdale includes over 120 specialty stores ranging from women’s apparel to gifts and jewelry.

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The Shops at West End

Shopping, dining and entertainment experience like no other. With heated indoor parking, as well as ample ramp and street parking you’re never far from some of the most unique shops in the Twin Cities. From locally owned boutiques, such as Primp and Evereve to nationally known brands like Anthropologie and lululemon athletica.

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Twin Cities Premium Outlets

100 Outlet Stores including; Nike, Coach, Polo Ralph Lauren, Under Armour and Vera Bradley. Our covered walkways offer a comfortable shopping experience but still allows the opportunity to relish in the seasons of Minnesota. The Mall has a Food Court with comfortable seating and an indoor/outdoor fireplace.