Woodlands Shopping Opportunities Abound

woodlands shoppingFrom The Woodlands Mall to the Waterway, From Market Street to Sterling Ridge, The Woodlands Shopping opportunities seem non-stop. Whether dining in the Portofino area or catching a local mom and pop restaurant, there are countless opportunities to find unique and specialized offers.

Woodlands shopping enthusiasts can catch any number of local eateries, wine bars, museums, and concerts all within minutes of each other.

Check out the listings to the right to find great deals on some of your favorite Woodlands shopping spots.

The Woodlands Mall, a well established Shopping Destination, has continued to enhance its reputation. Nationally known names like Macy’s (previously Foley’s), JC Penney, and Dillards to the impressive list of almost 200 retailers that call the two-story shopping complex home. The Woodlands Mall has popular retailers such as The Apple Store, Forever 21, Coach, Banana Republic, Pottery Barn, The Sony Store, and many more.

Should an outdoor-mall shopping experience prove to be more your speed,, you can visit the Market Street Shopping Center, also in Town Center. Market Street is directly across Lake Robbins Drive from the Cynthia Woods Pavilion (CWMP).  Market Street at Town Center offers several fantastic restaurants, retail stores such as Tiffany & Co., Brooks Brothers and Eddie Bauer, as well as a great local movie theater as well as seasonal live music.

The Woodlands Town Center Shopping District also includes stores like Office Max, Target and Toys R Us, as well as your favorite electronics stores like Best Buy, and other major retailers such as Ross, Marshalls, and The Container Store, which will be arriving in early 2012.

The Woodlands Texas rated #8 on Southern Living Magazine’s Readers’ Choice Award Winners 2008 Best Neighborhoods for Shopping.

Beyond The Woodlands Town Center, there are over a dozen area shopping centers throughout The Woodlands area, in all corners and within the community itself. Each Village has it’s own center, anchored by a major grocery retailer – along with a broad variety of national, regional, and local retailers and specialty shops.