Plymouth Meeting Mall, Plymouth Meeting

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The Plymouth Meeting Mall is a 952,200 square feet (88,460 m2) shopping mall in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania, approximately 17 miles (27 km) northwest of Center City, Philadelphia. It is located at Germantown Pike and Hickory Road, near the Mid-County Interchange where the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-276) crosses the Northeast Extension/Blue Route (I-476). The mall was built by The Rouse Company in 1966. The mall features a fountain and a carousel.

Plymouth Meeting Mall currently contains more than 80 specialty stores and restaurants, including a central Food Court, and outlying restaurants California Pizza Kitchen, P.F. Chang's, Redstone American Grill, Dave & Buster's, Benihana, Bertucci's, and King Buffet. Its original anchor stores Strawbridge & Clothier and Lit Brothers are now occupied by Burlington, Dick's Sporting Goods, Michaels, and Edge Fitness - which all occupy an anchor space that was Macy's until 2017 - and Boscov's. The Boscov's site was once home to one of the largest branches of Hess's. There is also a 48,000 square feet (4,500 m2) AMC Theatre on the property, featuring 24 screens and stadium seating. The Plymouth Meeting Mall was one of the first malls in North America which, among its mixture of various stores, offered a church within the mall. The mall is owned and managed by PREIT (Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust).
The mall is recognizable from a considerable distance away due to an adjoining nine-story office tower, One Plymouth Meeting. The tower, containing 167,748 square feet (15,584.3 m2) of office space, is managed by Mack-Cali Realty Corporation.
The mall is currently anchored by Boscov's, Burlington, Dick's Sporting Goods, Michaels, Edge Fitness, Whole Foods Market and an AMC Theatre.
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  • Nice to see a mall that was close to dead making a comeback with shopping and entertainment venues. Great places to eat make it an enjoyable stop.  more »
  • You could spend an entire day here with children. From the carousel, Legoland etc. There is a pottery store that lets kids make their own pottery. This really is a clean and well run mall with plenty....  more »
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  • Excellent customer service. I like as a Amazon prime member, you can get 30 - 50% off on items that has a prime sticker. I brought 15 wild caught jumbo shrimp for $10. That's a good sale for weeks caught jumbo shrimp.
  • One of the few locations around here with a Dave and Buster's arcade! The restaurants outdoors look very nice and smelled great while walking by. The nearby whole foods is very convenient as well. Decent variety of stores, but could use a little more people traffic. Only real downside is rush hour traffic is absolutely bonkers if you're trying to leave or arrive

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