Lenox Square is a shopping mall located in the Buckhead district of Atlanta, Georgia. Lenox Square comprises 1,558,678 square feet (144,805.9 m2) of retail space, with 198 stores on four levels, including a large food court. The mall's anchor stores are Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale's, and Macy's. The mall has been owned by Indianapolis-based developer Simon Property Group since 1998, which also holds the neighboring Phipps Plaza shopping center.Plan your Lenox Square visit and explore what else you can see and do in Atlanta using our Atlanta journey builder site.
Lenox Square opened to the public on August 3, 1959, operating as an open-air shopping center much like a typical lifestyle center. Its original anchors were two of the most famous and acclaimed department stores in the area, Rich's and Davison's, and grocery chain Colonial Stores. The mall opened with 60 stores. Over the next few decades competition from new suburban shopping malls spurred four expansions. The most recent renovation included enlarging the Neiman Marcus store by 52,000 square feet (4,800 m2) and the addition of 36,000 square feet (3,300 m2) of new retail space.
Lenox Square houses several upscale stores that do not have other locations within several hundred miles of Atlanta. These include Zegna, David Yurman, Diesel, Fendi, Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Salvatore Ferragamo, Burberry, G-Star Raw, UGG, Ted Baker, Tesla Motors, CH Carolina Herrera, Kiehl's, Zara, and Prada. It also has the largest Pottery Barn in their chain as well as one of the largest Forever 21 stores in the Southeastern United States.
Lenox Square reviews
Lenox square great shopping mall at Atlanta. Nice place to shop and hang around Lot of fashion shops , shoes .... Restaurants as well..., more »
Lenox Square, in busy Buckhead, has a great mix of mid-priced to high-end stores. Many of your favorite designer stores can be found here, along with department stores Bloomingdales's, Neiman Marcus..... more »
This mall is a 3-star mall on the weekends, and a 4-star mall on the weekdays. Lots of good stores to visit along with multiple dining options. The mall suffers from its own popularity on the weekends as young unsupervised teens roam in packs and block common walking areas. If you're not going to just "hang out", and you can make it Monday - Thursday you'll have an overall better experience.
Like this mall much better than other options near the city such as Atlantic Station because it has lots of store choices and plenty of FREE deck and open air parking, as well as valet parking if you are either rich or feeling fancy. It is even nice to just walk around in if you don't feel like shopping, but don't want to walk outdoors in the elements when it is hot, cold, or raining. Not the best mall in the metro area, but definitely at the top when it comes to malls near the city.
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