The Fifth Avenue Shopping
The Fifth Avenue Shopping also known as Old Town Scottsdale falls between Camelback and Indian Schools roads off of Scottsdale Road and includes Marshall Way, Stetson Drive, Third Avenue, Fifth Avenue, Sixth Avenue and Craftman Court. This open-air shopping area with a Southwestern garden environment is enchanting. Walkways are decorated with lush landscaping and outdoor sculptures by American artists.
Scottsdale Fashion Square
Located on Camelback Road between Scottsdale Road and 68th Street, is one of the largest shopping destinations in the Southwest. Among over 225 renowned retailers in this premier shopping area, you’ll find the upscale department stores – Nieman Marcus, Nordstrom’s, Macy’s and Dillards. Many of the specialty shops are not found elsewhere in Arizona. The Fashion Square offers at least 30 restaurants, food cafes, and 2 luxury movie theater complexes. Valet parking is available as well as taxi and limo services.
Desert Ridge Marketplace
Opened in 2001 and is located at N. Tatum Blvd. and Deer Valley Road/Loop 101. This open air outdoor center offers shopping, dining and entertainment. Barnes and Noble, Office Max, Target, Marshalls Megastores and an 18 screen AMC Theater are just a few of the unique mix of retailers, restaurants and a variety of entertainment venues.
Located at Scottsdale Road and Greenway Parkway, is an upscale 38-acre main street style outdoor mall with a traditional small city downtown feel. The lushly landscaped central plaza is surrounded by shops, restaurants and a distinctive fountain, creating a pleasant shopping experience. Among the many retail shops, you’ll find Crate & Barrel, J Jill, Orvis, Coldwater Creek, Anthropologie and many more retailers. Lunch at The Cheesecake Factory can be the perfect ending or beginning of your day of shopping at this delightful mall.
At Pima and Indian Bend roads is one of the largest outdoor shopping malls in the area. Major tenants include Home Depot, Sports Authority, Target, Toys R Us, and Circuit City.
Borgata of Scottsdale
Located on Scottsdale Road between Lincoln and McDonald Drives, you will find a bit of Renaissance Italy in the sunny Southwest. The open air setting offers cobblestone walkways, fountains, boutiques, and restaurants along narrow streets and courtyards.
Across the street from the Borgata is a smaller shopping area with over 30 shops and eateries featuring contemporary fashions and unique gifts.
In Carefree on Scottsdale Road is a colorful two level retail complex resembling an adobe Indian village. Galleries, Boutiques, restaurants and shops filled with handcrafted items surround a luscious courtyard enhanced by fountains, waterfalls, and pools. Entertainment is provided in a 300 – seat amphitheater and the Heard Museum is located here.
Opened in 2000 and located at Scottsdale Road and Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd., covers about 1 million square feet and has become one of the Valley’s busiest shopping and commerce centers. Several national brand retailers were introduced to Arizona, including the Great Indoors, Maggiano’s Little Italy, Nordstrom Rack, Fox Sports Grill, and Benihana. This center also houses a 125-foot spire designed by the noted architect Frank Lloyd Wright at the intersection of Scottsdale Road and Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd.
The Shops at Gainey Village
Offering a series of linked outdoor plazas and buildings reflecting an upscale rustic "village" atmosphere. Reminiscent of the historic roots of the original Gainey Ranch, the plazas also feature inviting pedestrian paving patterns with abundant landscape. The Village combines a distinctive blend of upscale shops, bou
tiques, trendy eateries and fine dining establishments. Residents and tourists will find everything they need and all that they want at The Shops at Gainey Village