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Millcreek Mall, Erie

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
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3.7/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
The Millcreek Mall or Millcreek Mall Complex is a one-level shopping center located southwest of downtown Erie, Pennsylvania, between Peach Street and Interstate 79, in Millcreek Township.The complex opened in 1975 and was developed by the Youngstown, Ohio-based Cafaro Company, who still own and operate it. Due to Pennsylvania's lack of sales tax on clothing, the Millcreek Mall attracts many visitors from Ohio, New York and Canada. Presently, the mall proper houses 121 store spaces, with 12 kiosks. The 175 store and restaurants figure often cited includes stores within the physical mall and its many peripheral restaurants, stores and strip plazas. The mall is Anchored by Sears, JcPenney, Macy's, And Bon-ton
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  • My second time to visit this place and I'd say there should be more shops to go as well as selection for food court. 
  • We enjoyed walking around and window shopping. My daughter enjoyed the pet store. We enjoyed our Dunkin doughnuts while we shopped. 
  • Overall the mall is nice and I used to enjoy shopping there, but every time I would go, I would see the poor pet store pups in the Heartland Pets windows and I'd avoid making eye contact with any of t...  read more »
  • Mill creek Mall should take a stand for a good cause instead of taking a blind eye stance with Heartland Pets. Erie Puppy Mill Awareness has an incredible amount of proof showing that they puppies sold are sick, genetically inbreed, and abused animals. I and everyone else who cares about the welfare of helpless pets (as they mercilessly sell bunnies, cats, dogs etc.) will not shop at a Mall which cares more about rent money than the common decency of tenants who reside within. Heartland pets needs to go humane or close down their business because the community will not stand for this. #EriePuppyMillAwareness
  • Dear Millcreek Mall, I am posting in support of Heartland Pets going Humane or Going Away. This is not a bad thing for either Heartland or the Millcreek Mall. This is called progress. Times have changed. More and more people are being educated on the fact that pet stores such as Heartland Pets sell only puppy mill dogs. This is a cruel environment for the mom and dad dogs forced to breed again and again in horrible conditions. Many of the puppies are not healthy either physically or mentally. You can ride the wave of change and become better because of it or you can be swept away by it, leaving you in the past of antiquated ideology and true ignorance that profit is more important than the life of these animals. It’s your choice. One will make you a champion to your customers; the other will lose you customers and keep you in the dark ages of cruelty and suffering. If you truly wish to be educated, go to HeartlandPetsGoHumaneorGoAway. There are over 100 pages of truthful information on the dogs purchased by Heartland Pets from Puppy Mills. This is not a bleeding heart, well-meaning animal lover movement. It is the solution to a long term problem that was once overlooked, but now people are seeing pet stores, like Heartland, for what they truly are. Please educate yourselves with the evidence that is easily found and make the decision to be a better place because of the wonderful changes that are happening right now and will continue to happen.
  • The Millcreek Mall is quite nice. It was a ton of stores both in the mall proper and surrounding it outside. Lot's of variety. Pretty clean. There is a great children's play area! Probably the best feature is the Primanti Bros Restaurant, which is a Pittsburgh local chain!
  • The fact that the Millcreek Mall stands with Heartland Pets is an utter disgrace. I have no intentions of brining them any business until they address the moral issue of Heartland's use of puppy mills. The "cute animals" in the window are a product of intense suffering, neglect, and hopelessness at the source. It's sick and disturbing anyone supports Heartland Pets. I have nothing supportive to say about the Millcreek Mall until this situation is remedied by kicking out this pet store!! #EriePuppyMillAwareness #HeartlandPetsGoHumaneOrGoAway
  • I was here in a Tuesday afternoon and it was clean and fairly empty. I went to Build a Bear and the staff was very pleasant and helpful. The play area in the mall was clean and good for children 6 and under. Parking was convenient.
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