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Cary Towne Center, Cary
(3.1/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • I used to love Cary down center, however recently it has been going down hill fast, they are losing a lot of their good stores, they lost macy's, sears, and recently express. They need to do something...  more »
  • This was my first time visiting the county of Cary and going to Dave and Busters. I had a drink that glows and was able to keep the glow cube and my husband was able yo keep his glass from his drink. ...  more »
  • This is more or less a hangout for teens from Cary High School... If it wasn't for Dave and Busters the Cary Town Center would be a total bust. Has to run by this week to get a few things from JCPenne...  more »
  • Like many other mainstream shopping malls in suburban America, this mall has seen better days. Lots of empty store spaces, and it only manages to draw a crowd on weekends and holidays. It's a great size and location, so I hope they rebuild it into something better one day.
  • The slow death of a mall. The mall looks nice but is pretty deserted most of the time. Stores continue to close. Some corners of the mall are so deserted they remind me of a setup for a horror movie. Food court seems to do steady business from kids from Cary High school.
  • Sometimes this mall is convenient considering it is usually the least busiest mall in the Raleigh/Cary area. With all the recent store closings (Macy's, Sears, Kirklands, Apricot Lane, Aero, NY&CO is an outlet now) the mall is a touch disappointing. However, parking is always easy. I hope they do something to keep this mall thriving. It seems like it's just a matter of time before they bulldoze it 😐
  • This is arguably the best mall in the Triangle area. (A case could be made for Crabtree.) They have an Apple store, a Microsoft store, lots of clothes shops, and the other stuff associated with malls. They have a good food court, and a large outdoor section with a bunch of sites, too. There's also a movie theater and a bunch of good restaurants.
  • This mall is old and always feels dirty. It is in desperate need of renovations. It's dark and the layout of the mall makes it easy to get lost in. The best thing about this mall is hpw large the parking lot is.