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Posted on Sep 5, 2008 in Food & Drink, Getting Around, Goods & Services | 0 comments

Guide to Sacramento Area Malls

If you’re new to the Sacramento area, one of the first things you’ll probably want to find is where the shopping malls are located. There are several in the greater Sacramento area, from the open-air Downtown Plaza to the expanding Roseville Galleria.

Arden Fair
Location: Sacramento, CA
Anchor Stores: JC Penney, Macy’s, Nordstrom, Sears
For many years, Arden Fair reigned supreme, as far as indoor shopping malls. It’s light, airy, has nice stores, and parking isn’t bad (except for around holidays). Nextdoor is the Marketplace at Arden Fair with restaurants & a movie theater.

Country Club Plaza
Location: Sacramento, CA
Anchor Stores: Bed Bath & Beyond, Gottschalks, Macy’s, Ross Dress For Less, Sport Chalet
Renovated in 2003, Country Club Plaza is the area’s smallest indoor shopping mall. It doesn’t nearly get as much traffic as the other malls, which may be an attraction for many shoppers.

Sunrise Mall
Location: Citrus Heights, CA
Anchor Stores: Albertsons, JC Penney, Macy’s Women’s & Children, Macy’s Men’s & Home, Sears, United Artists 4
With the addition of a food court in 2007, Sunrise Mall is one of the area’s oldest indoor shopping malls. It has the typical stores found in a typical mall, but does have a United Artists movie theater.

Westfield Downtown Plaza
Location: Downtown Sacramento, CA
Anchor Stores: Century Theatres 7, Hard Rock Cafe, Macy’s, Macy’s Mens & Furniture
Downtown Plaza is an open-air mall located near Capital Mall and I-5. It houses a large indoor food court and movie theater, but also has a fair number of vacancies.

Westfield Galleria at Roseville
Location: Roseville, CA
Anchor Stores: Borders Books, Crate & Barrel, JC Penney, Macy’s, Nordstrom, Sears
The Roseville Galleria, located at Hwy 65 and Galleria Blvd, is the gem of the shopping malls in the area. It has many upscale stores and is expanding, but parking can be a major hassle.