Superstition Springs Center is a shopping center situated off U.S. 60 and Power Road at East Southern Avenue in Mesa, Arizona. Opening hours are 10am to 9pm Monday to Saturday, 11am to 6pm on Sundays, although the restaurant and department store hours may vary. The City of Mesa is just minutes away from Scottsdale, Phoenix and Sky Harbor International Airport.
The mall is managed by Westcor, which has been in operation since 1969 and has a portfolio of 28 shopping centers, including 11 super-regional centers, three specialty retail centers and 14 urban villages in Arizona. Superstition Springs offers more than 150 specialty stores and eateries spread over almost 1.3 million square feet of retail space. Originally opened in 1990 the shopping center has two floors with the anchors being Dillard's, JCPenney , Macy's, Sears,Borders, Cheesecake Factory and the cinema.
The mall has numerous stores with various eateries, and all the main department stores are accessible via both floors. On the upper level are stores such as Anchor Blue close to Sears, and American Eagle Outfitters, Foot Lockers and Aeropostale between Penney and Macy's. Close to Dillard's is a Hallmark shop, whilst on the far side from there is a JC Penney Home Store opposite Sears.
Apart from the four big department stores there are two other large stores on the lower floor, which are Cheesecake Factory on the opposite side of the mall from Penney, with Borders close by. GNC and Hollister are next to Borders, whilst on the other side of the mall is a Gap store just outside Penney. Many carts and kiosks are scattered around the shopping center, most of which are on the lower floor and feature shoe repairs, jewelry stalls and even a virtual rollercoaster with 15 different ride scenarios located near Borders Books.
There is an assortment of dining options for visitors ranging from snacks to sit down restaurant meals. Sweets and treats can be purchased at Cinnabon and Wetzel's Pretzels amongst other places, whilst coffees, teas and smoothies can be found at Coffee Beanery on the lower level. Visitors can find more substantial dining options at various restaurants and dining areas offering American, Italian, Mexican and Asian cuisine.
Entertainment is often provided in the summer with a series of concerts on Saturday evenings at the outside amphitheater and fountains. On the upper level is a double-decker carousel standing 26 feet tall, whilst downstairs the kids club is open every Thursday from 10am to 11am in the JCPenney Court. Picture Show is a movie theater also situated on the lower floor with eight screens of movies shown at discounted prices.
The fully staffed Guest Services desk is located on the lower level behind the escalator in center court. Services are available during regular mall hours with staff able to help with dinner reservations and store and local area information. Services also include wheelchair and stroller rentals, copy and fax services and can provide directions for local area attractions.
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