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Old 12-13-2018, 01:44 AM
 
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I wouldn’t call The Streets at Southpoint in Durham an ‘upscale’ mall, either. It definitely isn’t downmarket like Northgate (which is a ghost town), but it doesn’t have that many actual Upscale tenants; that mall is purely mid-market with Mayberry an affluent store or two thrown in for good measure. If you’re staying in NC, then Southpark is pretty much the only option in the state.
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Old 12-28-2018, 04:36 PM
 
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Harder to see how you could post a bunch of internet marketing pictures and expect anyone to seriously consider that to be a factual comparison of the 2 malls.

At times, I wonder who's paying him.
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Old 12-28-2018, 06:22 PM
 
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I said it was more upscale in appearance. Its not an upscale mall. As far as having upscale stores. Friendly Center is the only place in the area.
As far as appearance goes, that's simply a matter of opinion. But I don't choose my malls due to the perceived "upscaleness" of the decor. As it is, I only go to the mall two or three times a year.
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Old 01-01-2019, 06:36 AM
 
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I wouldn’t call The Streets at Southpoint in Durham an ‘upscale’ mall, either. It definitely isn’t downmarket like Northgate (which is a ghost town), but it doesn’t have that many actual Upscale tenants; that mall is purely mid-market with Mayberry an affluent store or two thrown in for good measure. If you’re staying in NC, then Southpark is pretty much the only option in the state.
It doesn't get much more upscale in shopping mall tenants than what Southpoint offers and to call it "mid-market" indicates an unfamiliarity with the retail industry. Current tenants such as Anthropologie, Brighton, Brooks Brothers, Cole Haan, Crate & Barrel, Lilly Pulitzer, Michael Kors, Nordstrom, Origins, Pottery Barn, Sur La Table, Tumi, Vineyard Vines, West Elm and Williams Sonoma are quite upscale and in that concentration definitely elevating the center above "mid-market".
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Old 01-04-2019, 09:08 PM
 
Location: Greensboro, NC USA
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It doesn't get much more upscale in shopping mall tenants than what Southpoint offers and to call it "mid-market" indicates an unfamiliarity with the retail industry. Current tenants such as Anthropologie, Brighton, Brooks Brothers, Cole Haan, Crate & Barrel, Lilly Pulitzer, Michael Kors, Nordstrom, Origins, Pottery Barn, Sur La Table, Tumi, Vineyard Vines, West Elm and Williams Sonoma are quite upscale and in that concentration definitely elevating the center above "mid-market".
I would agree its more on the upscale end. Those are the kind of stores that are at Friendly Center in Greensboro
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Old 01-05-2019, 02:17 AM
 
Location: North Greensboro
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I would agree its more on the upscale end. Those are the kind of stores that are at Friendly Center in Greensboro
i actually thought he was describing friendly center lol...
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Old 02-25-2019, 11:51 AM
 
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Took another trip to Hanes Mall the other day. There were some new stores that I was impressed with . One was called lunch box. And one was called Blake Ryan. I think that was the name of it. Was weird seeing the Dave and Buster's wall up were they were going to be building at. They really did take out alot of stores for it.some like Spencer's have moved to other areas in the mall. Still wish hanes mall would revamp the interior of the mall. Oh and it was weird seeing Hallmark merged with Meryl Norman...i always thought Hallmark was doing good so not sure why they now have a tiny aera carved out in Meryl Norman's store..and still weird to see 2 bath and body works stores but guess it's working for them even though they probably are paying to places to rent.over all it was nice seeing new life in the mall!
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