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Yorktown Center, Lombard

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Shopping Mall
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  • We have shopped at Yorktown for years and it was getting depressing to go since it was always empty. We went shopping at night during the week and were quite surprised on all the improvements made ins...  more »
  • Simple and large mall, with large familiar department stores and typical known stores. Recommended to visit.  more »
  • good suburban mall which has been kept up to date. surrounded by many restaurants. ample parking. national and regional stores.  more »
  • This mall doesn't have very good security and the entrance is a easy drive but to get out its hell... no fair stop sign. The mall has a good selection of food and a wide veritie of shopping locations needs more inside benches to sit down near the exits..
  • Yorktown Mall has done an amazing job with renovations thus far. The mall could use some new elevators and of course fill in the empty venues, but overall it's a great place to shop again. Theres a great mix of local shops and chains, the food court is full of great eateries and the family rest area is ready to handle all the little messes the little ones can make. Take your family and enjoy!
  • It's a mall. Boring but effective. The recently remodeled food court removed any personality and replaced it with white chairs, walls, tables, floors, and fixtures. They added some happy mini bar for people who like $10 cups of cheap beer. The children's area is actually decent, but the games are almost all gone. They've spent the last 10 years ignoring the indoor mall and heavily expanding the outdoor food area for mid to upper class restaurants. The theatre that's actually across the parking lot in its own building has really raised it's standards and is now a good food and alcohol establishment with comfortable reclining chair beds. Stay out of the upper center of the main mall if you have breathing problems, as they always have at least a half a dozen perfume and scent shops assaulting you.
  • This mall is really nice. I got my first job here when I lived in Illinois. The food court has lots of options for a quick bite to eat.
  • The place to do for indoor mall shopping in the west burbs. It can get a little annoying during summer when a bunch of kids are milling around with nothing to do. The newer stores out on the perimeter have really added some curb appeal to the mall including decent restaurant options.