Cherry Creek Shopping Center, Denver

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Located in the heart of Denver, Cherry Creek Shopping Center is the Rocky Mountain region's premier shopping environment with over 160 shops, including 40 stores exclusive to the area, such as Neiman Marcus, Tiffany & Co., Burberry, Louis Vuitton and Ralph Lauren. Other favorites include Nordstrom, Macy’s, Apple and Coach as well as popular dining hot spots like Elway’s and Kona Grill.
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  • The Cherry Creek Shopping Center is about 2 miles from downtown Denver. It has numerous luxury brand shops including Tiffany and Louis Vitton, and 3 department stores. The mall specializes in jewelry ...  more »
  • Had shopped here in past, but no more. Already do a lot of online shopping, but once they started to charge to browse/shop/park, that was it. If I feel the need to be in a mall in metro Denver, Park M...  more »
  • It is a shopping mall with plenty of shops. Victoria Secret Japan for kanamoto. Walk from end to end, and I'm tired. Because the toilets were clean. Was a Japanese zero.
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  • Neat seasonal events featuring well known artists. Great stores. A few great dining choices, but most great places are across the street in the Cherry Creek North area. Points be taken away for adding a fee to the parking lots here. There's very similar shopping available at Park Meadows and Flatiron Crossing with free parking, so if you're just looking for typical mall staples in a nice mall with good dining options you can do the same or better elsewhere.
  • Love that they started charging for parking. Most of the time i am in and out in an hour and it's free. Otherwise $3 is nothing. But wow, this Xmas was awesome. The crowds were much more manageable. The stores weren't a disaster. People weren't just standing around loitering.
  • I used to like this place a lot more than I do today. The reason is probably well known to many people - it is paid parking. I have worked in Cherry Creek and lived close by for over a decade, and feel like this place is my second home. The shopping center offers great selection of stores and brands to pick from. People are nice there, and the overall atmosphere in the mall is very pleasant. The paid parking thing that's been going on for about a year or so by now prevents me from going to the mall at all! It makes me feel unwelcome and rushed-out. There are a couple of stores that will partially validate your parking. Steve Madden store, for example, but at the same time I feel it is unfair for Steve Madden to pay for people's parking. Plus they will only pay for one hour (2nd hour I believe), so if you need more time you better be ready to pay for the parking. Overall paid parking cut down the crowds in the mall, so if you are not afraid to pay for the parking you might as well enjoy less crowded mall.
  • It's a wonderful environment, especially around Christmas time. I hadn't seen it since before construction wrapped up. The extension looks amazing. We went to Kona Grill for Dinner on Sunday night. Great atmosphere, friendly staff, and amazing food. Highly recommend Cherry Creek, to anyone looking for a nice place to shop and grab some quality food!
  • Seriously, a successful mall that attracts high valued and wealthy customers your charging for parking? Could this be borderline discrimination to middle-class and lower class citizens? Sure it’s profitable and eliminates free parking to people who don’t shop at the mall but have a heart and think business. You have more middle-class and lower class population compared to your one percent rich shoppers. Think smarter not harder. Whoever signed off on this might enjoy the vehicle they drive in, but you will face a God who will wonder why you chose greed over doing the right thing.

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