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Millcreek Mall, Erie

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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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  • Spent a day at there Millcreek Mall shopping. Were fortunate that a new store, Boscov's , had just opened in the Sears location and was offering some amazing deals. For a Canadian with there being no ...  more »
  • Whenever my husband and I join this tour group, they always bring us to this mall, initially wasn't so excited about it, but when we came back this time I was surprised to see some improvements such a...  more »
  • Expected more based on their website. Not a wide range of stores, - only one washroom, very small limited food court. Many stores empty or under renovation. Found the selection in stores also limited ...  more »
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  • I will rate this mall 2 stars, I rate it as 2 for a few reasons, 1. This mall is in my hometown, it's nice to have a mall, don't get me wrong, but it's sort of a boring mall, a lot of clothing stores are mostly for children- younger adults in their twenties, and they need more afforable accessory stores and less jewelry stores i feel like we have 7 jewelry stores and it's ridiculous, why so many?! We need more entertainment in our mall. 2. I don't like the food court, now the food court is actually clean, but I don't like the set up of the food court whatsoever. 3. The pet store, the pet store in the mall (Heartland Pets) gets it's puppies from puppy mills, this pet store has been here for maybe over 20 years now, it's filthy and disgusting, these poor dogs are stuck in cages and some people think it's actually "cute"?! No, it's sad. This place needs to go away, what also makes it more disgusting is that it's right next to the food court, eating in the food court while smelling pee from the pet store will make you gag, when I pass the pet store that's what I smell...... pee....... these puppies pee in their cages, they sit in their pee and they lay in their pee, never support heartland pets, whatever the staff tell you they lie to you about! I can't blame this whole thing on the other stores here, I try to only buy stuff here when I need to and since this is the only mall in Erie.
  • It's a mall, I'll give it that. Probably the biggest in the area. But for me, being from out of town, its a kinda dinky mall. One thing positive I can give it is the playground they have for the younger kids. My 2 year old loves it!
  • This place is clean. Erie just has stores coming and going so that's how it is in the mall. This mall is pretty small compared to most I've been in. They did some upgrades and added a food court which is nice.
  • It used to be lively and thriving, but now about one third of the shops are vacant. It has a great food court and different dining options scattered throughout the building. There's not a huge variety of stores, but it's a cozy place to spend an afternoon.
  • The mall doesn't have the best selection. The best stores. Ross, TJ Maxx, 5 Below and Ollie's are all outside the mall. If you ask me, hey could bull doze the mall and turn it into one big outlet Centre. That would make the trip to Erie worthwhile.

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