From Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus to Factory Outlet Malls,
there is something for everyone.
Where to Shop in Denver
8306 S. Yosemite St. (303) 792-2999
From Colorado’s first Nordstrom and Denver’s first Dillard’s, to a flagship Joslins, Foley’s and large-format Sam Goody, Eddie Bauer and Williams-Sonoma/Pottery Barn, Park Meadows fulfills the promise of being the most customer-oriented retail center area ever. J. Crew, Finish Line, KRMA Store of Knowledge, California Cafe, AKA Eddie Bauer, Eddie Bauer Sport Shop, Original Levi’s Store, Crate & Barrel are just a few of the many to be opening for the first time in Colorado.
16th Street Mall
16th Street between Market and Broadway
This mile-long pedestrian promenade is lined with trees, cafes, street performers, cart vendors and a sculpture that doubles as a chessboard. Hop one of the frequent shuttle buses for a free ride from Market Street to the Civic Center Plaza.
1400 block of Larimer St., Denver (303)534-2367.
Denver’s oldest retail district has been wonderfully preserved in all its Victorian splendor and houses some of the city’s most distinctive shops and restaurants.
Rocky Mountain Factory Stores
I-25 at U.S. 34 (303) 663-1717
At Rocky Mountain Factory Stores you’ll find the fashions to fit your lifestyle and your budget. It’s definitely worth the drive.
Castle Rock Factory Stores
5050 Castle Rock Blvd. (303) 688-4494
Shopping in Denver just isn’t complete without a visit to the Castle Rock Factory Shops. The shops are arranged in a pleasant, village-like setting with beautiful views of the Rocky Mountains. There is a large food court and several snack shops.
Cherry Creek Shopping Center
3000 East First Avenue (303) 388-3900
The finest and most elegant shopping in the Rocky Mountain West. It is one of the most successful retail outlets in America. The center’s 1 million square feet is home to such stores as Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue and the like. There are also
great architectural highlights; a half-acre of skylights, 5,000 plants and specially commissioned sculptures.
The Aurora Mall
I-225 at Alameda St
The Aurora Mall provides an excellent opportunity for shopping — whether you’re in the market for clothing, jewelry, gifts, or just a place to relax and browse.
Mile High Flea Market
I-76 and 88th Avenue (303) 289-4656
At Mile High Flea Market there is something for everyone. It’s an open air, bargain hunters paradise. Over 2,000 vendors offer an array of new and used merchandise. This outdoor extravaganza is packed with truly unbelievable bargains.
Monday – Saturday: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Sunday: 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Holiday, restaurant, and AMC Theatre times may vary.
One West FlatIron Circle
Broomfield, CO 80021
Guest Services phone: 720.887.7467
Toll Free 1.866.FLATIRON
FlatIron Crossing is conveniently located on US 36 at West or East FlatIron Circle exits. Only 15 miles north of Denver, and 9 miles south of Boulder.