The Streets at Southpoint is a shopping mall located in Durham, North Carolina, in the United States. It is located at the intersection of Interstate 40 and Fayetteville Road. After much anticipation, the Streets at Southpoint opened on March 8, 2002 and received 1 million visitors every month in its opening year. It is owned and managed by General Growth Properties and was developed by Urban Retail Properties. The mall has both an indoor and outdoor portion, and the outdoor portion features a movie theatre, Southpoint Cinemas.Use our Durham trip itinerary site to visit Streets at Southpoint on your trip to Durham, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
The Streets at Southpoint took four years of planning and over two years of construction. It opened on March 8, 2002 and had around 300,000 visitors during its first three days of operation. The mall is home to many firsts for the area, including North Carolina's first Nordstrom and Apple Store. Other stores that were new to the Research Triangle area included Aveda, California Pizza Kitchen, Hollister Co., and Pottery Barn Kids. The Streets at Southpoint was the first mall to come to the Durham area in nearly three decades. Its March opening was chosen as the most important story of the year in Durham's Top 10 Business Stories of 2002. Other popular shopping centers in the Triangle area include: Crabtree Valley Mall, Cary Towne Center, Triangle Town Center, North Hills, Crossroads Plaza, and Brier Creek Commons.
Streets at Southpoint reviews
The mall and the streets can fill a complete shopping day. Especially with all the food and drink possibilities that there are. Many shops of all kinds. Many rest areas as well. Big parking lot. more »
If you're in the local RTP area, Southpoint is a great mall to visit - convenient location, great food court, restaurants, a movie theater and a variety of department, speciality stores (like Pottery.... more »
Spent about an hour and a half here. There's basically something for everyone, including some things you wouldn't really think of. Nicely kept facilities and very few empty suites/stores, and that's always a good sign. Really beautiful and cool "streets" theme. Honestly worth going just to walk around regardless of whether you're looking to buy anything or not. Would give 5 stars if there were a few more stores that carried North Carolina merchandise.
The Streets at Southpoint has everything you can imagine. Loved going here to just walk around and window shop at times. Love the indoor/outdoor aspect.
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