Throughout the United States, malls are a common destination for American families to visit for shopping, eating, movies and more. While most people think about big malls, like the Mall of America in Minnesota or the Water Tower Place mall in Chicago, there are thousands of smaller malls that serve hundreds of millions of customers on a regular basis, especially during the holiday season.
If you’re living in the Chicago area, you know there are many malls to choose between. From the Geneva Commons or Algonquin Commons on Randall Rd, to the Huntley Outlet Mall, the Oak Brook outdoor mall, the Spring Hill mall, or even Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg. Each of these malls are so different. While location is important for convenience, there are also many other factors to consider, including; cleanliness, stores available, parking options, and much more.
Chicago Premium Outlet Malls
For many years the Aurora Outlet mall – known as the Chicago Premium Outlets – has been a destination for millions of northern Illinois residents in order to to find great deals on their favorite products and brands, including; Coach, Banana Republic, Express, and many more.
Being located right off major tollway, “the Reagan”, route 88 and the corner of Kirk Rd has made the Chicago Premium Outlets in Aurora, IL an common shopping choice for millions of Illinois residents.
Fox Valley Mall
The Fox Vally mall is also located near the major highway, route 88, just south of the route 59 exit, and not far from the delicious Chicago restaurant, Portillos. Located less than a mile from the intersection of route 59 and Ogden Ave, and only 3 miles south of Rt. 88, this mall is a common, convenient choice for local visitors.
Looking for more than just shopping? Like many of the local malls, the Fox Valley mall is not far from many movie theaters and some great eating spots.