Biltmore Fashion Park

Shopping is not an exemption when it comes to diversity. As a matter of fact, a mall is too boring if it has few merchants that lease in the property. Some shoppers tagged it as a ghost town mall or simply as a boring mall, especially if it has been established for half a century.

But, isn’t it amazing when you read successful stories of businesses in the mall industry? Of course, it is more amazing if the story is real. The Biltmore Fashion Park is not just a story of success but it continues in making its name since its establishment in 1963.

Identified as the “Crown Jewel” of malls, Biltmore Fashion Park has attracted the metropolitan shoppers in the area of Phoenix. The prestigious mall is an open-air shopping center which is complemented with garden squares providing an unparalleled ambiance. The shopping center underwent renovations to maintain luxurious features the same way it started several decades ago.

Located at the prestigious location of East Camelback Road, the shopping center is surrounded by high-end businesses, luxury resorts, offices and even elite residences. It has two main anchor malls which include the Saks Fifth Avenue and Macy’s. Majority of the retail stores are upscale which include Brooks Brothers, Ralph Lauren, Escada, Cornelia Park and Cole Haan. It also has a collection of 18 independent local retailers which is housed in one roof called UNION.

You will also have the best dining experience as the restaurants and fast foods offer the updated culinary trends and the freshest foods. The restaurants have a variety of cuisine such as Mexican, American, Italian and Asian cuisine. Popular restaurants to visit are Season 52, The Capital Grille and Stingray Sushi. The award-winning chef Christopher Gross’ restaurant, Christopher’s Restaurant & Crush Lounge, is also a must-try.