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Regency Mall, Racine

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
1.4/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web
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  • Not a very attractive mall for shopping as compared to the premium outlets mall in pleasant prairie 15 minutes away Maintenance of the place is totally ignored 
  • This used to be "The Mall" to go to, but no more. A lot of the good stores have closed. It feels like a place for teens to hang out. There is still the Boston Store....if you're RICH. 
  • Not such a mall expected. Did not find Brooks running shoes. The restaurant section was also rather minimal. 
  • A nice place to have around. A few good select stores. Quiet and never too busy. Less stores than there use to be. With an update and a few more known stores added, it'd be great.
  • I love this mall i grew up by this mall and i love every store , but i know its small but it is not about how many stores there are in it its about quality in clothes in purfumes in almost everything they put there best effort trying to sell and they're prices are lower that gigantic big malls like for example: mayfair in Milwaukee. But this mall is the best in my opinion if u dont think so then whatever but alot of people think that this mall is special. I do that is the point and they should keep it open for people like me who love shopping for fair prices. ❤
  • They are slowly taking everything away from this mall first sears then jcpennys then journeys..alot mkre rhan i can keep count of. I miss the mall that i knew when i was 5. Now the only good store they have is shoe stores ae and charloutte russe.this mall sucks do not go here i repeat do nit go here...
  • The regency mall is a rather small mall that seems to be almost on it's last legs. The small mall is rather quaint but seems to always have the shops moving in and out of it in almost a 3 month basis becasue their really just isn't enough foot traffic that goes to it. It has a arcade and a a few small stores but one the major ones that shut down was the sears that was located there. The entire mall could be walked in about 15-20 mins and over all if you want to go to the actual mall that everyone goes to you would be better off going to the Gurnee Mills mall.
  • While management tries to keep it up, this place was built and opened in 1981. Like most malls around the country it's struggling to find stable occupants and attract shoppers who go to stand alone big box stores.
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