Burlington Center Mall located at 2501 Mt. Holly Road in Burlington, New Jersey opened during August of 1982. The Rouse Company out of Columbia, Maryland built the facility which has 670,000 square feet available for stores to lease. Jager Management oversees the management of the facilities. The mall's opening is credited with the development of the previously rural area between Mount Holly Township and Burlington Township. Sears, J.C. Penny and Macy's are the three anchor stores of the Burlington Center Mall.
The mall is open from 10 a.m. until nine thirty p.m. Monday through Saturday. On Sunday the mall is open from noon until 6 p.m. The management office of the mall is open from 9am to 5 pm Monday through Friday. The office closes for lunch from 12:30 pm until 1:30 pm daily. Special holiday hours are observed by the mall, details can be gotten by contacting the mall directly. Store hours may vary from the hours of the mall, stores should be contacted individually to confirm their hours.
The Customer Service facilities of Burlington Center Mall which can be found in the management office are from 10am until 9pm Monday through Friday. Sundays Customer Service is open from noon until 6pm, during the week the facility closes for lunch from 12:30 to 1:30. There are a variety of services offered by the customer service facilities at the mall among them are gift cards which can be used at any of the stores in the mall.
The customer service offers coat checking at no charge so you can leave your coat and not worry about it while you shop. Coats should be dropped off in the Burlington Center Mall Ministry that can be found beside Sears at the malls lower level. Wheelchairs and Strollers are available to patrons at no charge from customer service, those requiring these services are required to have a valid driver's license. In the event of an emergency there is an automated external defibrillation and oxygen unit for use by properly trained personnel.
Burlington Center Mall has an ATM for customer's convenience. The bus route runs by the mall and makes a stop at the mall. The east entrance of the mall is handicapped accessible. Further information about the facilities available at the mall can be gotten by contacting the mall directly. There are at least ninety-seven stores within the Burlington Center Mall that sell everything from jewelry and sell phones to clothing.
Patrons of the Burlington Center Mall can visit Jackson Hewitt for a tax preparation course that is available online as well. The cost of the course includes textbooks. During the holidays the mall gets a visit from Santa feeding his reindeer. With the variety of stores, services and events offered at the Burlington Center Mall patrons can have a full shopping experience. Those visiting the Burlington, New Jersey area should make it a point to stop by the mall as part of their trip. Additional information about the services and amenities offered can be gotten by contacting the customer service center of the mall directly.