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University Park Mall, Mishawaka

(4.1/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
University Park Mall features 124 stores including Apple, Disney and Victoria's Secret. Dining options include Granite City, Bar Louie and Flat Top Grill. University Park Mall is operated by Simon Property Group (SPG).
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  • It's a great mall with a good variety of stores. It is a Simon Mall, so it has better options as far as Mall employment. Only reason i didn't give five stars is because some of the stores don't always have what I'm looking for. But overall it is a wonderful place to get some quick gifts or even spend a day.
  • It's a pretty big mall with lots of stores and a food court with about 5/6 places to eat along with restaurants on the outside of the mall that are easy to walk to. The stores here are pretty typical shops from Macy's, American Eagle, Express, Sears, Apple, etc etc. It's a good place to go and one of the very few in the area that is an indoor mall.
  • It has all the store that your looking for. Pluses every time that I'm there the restroom are always clean. They also have a Tesla charging Center
  • No announcement given as to mall closing and I wasn't fully aware of their hours. Got locked inside JC Penny and was parked clear over by food court. It would be nice if they gave a heads up. Some stores I don't even go into because the workers look pissed. Not my fault we are all grown and have bills
  • I like our Mall. It's the only one we have, and yeah sometimes it's nice to be able to venture through a bunch of stores quickly. But that is rare. I use the mall to peruse with other people who are doing their shopping. Occasionally we stop at the food court and the Starbucks is conveniently located on the stretch. Other then that, I generally only use the outward facing stores you can reach directly from the parking lot. Five guys, Granite City, Bar Louie, and Barnes and Noble.... That's about the value I personally find at this mall. My wife and sister like Sephora and.... I forget the other one but it's the store neighboring Barnes and Noble on the south side (also a makeup location).