SHOPPING AND DINING
MAJOR AREA MALLS AND
16th Street Mall
Covering 16 blocks on 16th Street, this
pedestrian mall includes the Denver
Pavilions and other retail shops,
residential and office buildings, hotels
and services. A free shuttle serves the
Cherry Creek North
299 Milwaukee St.
Cherry Creek North is home to more than
320 independently owned businesses, a
unique collection of boutiques, spas,
restaurants, galleries and other specialty
shops located in the heart of central
Cherry Creek Shopping Center
3000 E. 1st Ave.
Cherry Creek Shopping Center is one of
the region’s most popular shopping
destinations with 160 restaurants and
stores, including Elway’s, the Colorado
steakhouse co-owned by Denver Broncos
Hall of Fame quarterback John Elway.
Popular Cherry Creek stores include Saks
Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus, Burberry,
Cartier, Tiffany & Co., Tommy Bahama,
Tumi, Louis Vuitton, Polo/Ralph Lauren,
16th Street Mall and Glenarm Place
This popular 350,000-square-foot
outdoor mall features a movie theater,
nightclub, restaurants and retail stores that
include Barnes & Noble, Hard Rock Cafe
Located in the heart of downtown Denver,
Larimer Square is an area that’s not only
rich in history, but also features fine
shopping and dining. As the Mile High
City’s oldest and most historic block, its
buildings tell the story of the city, offering
a charming environment for shopping and
spending the day. A true destination,
Larimer Square features clothing stores,
specialty shops, nightclubs, a host of
restaurants, a day spa and a gallery.
Marketplace at Northglenn
104th Avenue and I- 25
This outdoor shopping center has
approximately 650,000 square feet of
space and more than 40 stores, including
Lowe’s and Sports Authority.
Aspen Grove Lifestyle Center
7301 S. Santa Fe Drive
Aspen Grove is an outdoor shopping
experience with more than 300,000
square feet of space and such trendy
stores as American Eagle Outfitters, Cafe
de France, White House/Black Market
and Yankee Candle Company.
1420 E. Alameda Ave.
The closest shopping center to Denver
International Airport, Aurora Mall has
98,600 square feet and more than 140
specialty stores, restaurants and services.
Highlights include a carousel, a movie
theater, and anchor stores such as
Dillard’s, JCPenney, Macy’s and Sears.
Alameda Avenue and
One of Denver’s newest shopping
hotspots, Belmar is a 103-acre
downtown district in the city of Lakewood
that was honored as one of 10 finalists
for the Denver Regional Council of
Governments’ 2011 Live/Work/Play
Award. This Continuum-developed
nationally recognized mixed-use project
took an old mall (Villa Italia) and
revitalized it into a destination that now
combines retailers, boutiques,
restaurants, cafes, theaters, offices,
residences, artist studios, parks and
plazas—all within 22 city blocks. Future
plans include a full-service hotel.
Catering to the urban lifestyle, Belmar’s
streets, green areas and public art
program are designed to encourage
pedestrian traffic, promote community
building, and emphasize the importance
of public spaces.
14520 W. Colfax Ave.
There are nearly 200 stores—many of
them outlet—at this 200-acre, 1.2-million
square-foot mall in nearby Lakewood,
which features free kids activities, a
carousel, a United Artists theater, a
miniature golf course and year-round
special events. Anchor stores include Saks
Fifth Avenue OFF 5th, Neiman Marcus
Last Call, Sports Authority, Off Broadway
Shoes, Eddie Bauer Outlet, Burlington,
and Super Target, while specialty stores
include Ann Taylor Factory Store, Brooks
Brothers Factory Store, Banana Republic
Factory Store, Victoria’s Secret, Nautica,
Gap Outlet, NIKE Factory Store,
American Eagle Outfitters, Aeropostale,
Oakley Vault, St. John Company Store,
Gymboree and more.