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Charlottesville Fashion Square

Charlottesville Fashion Square
Location 1600 Rio Road E., Charlottesville, Virginia
Opening date 1980
Management Simon Property Group
No. of stores and services 70+ stores
No. of anchor tenants 4
Total retail floor area 572,000 square feet (53,100 m2)
No. of floors 1
Website Charlottesville Fashion Square website

Charlottesville Fashion Square is the only indoor shopping mall in the Charlottesville, Virginia area.[1] It is a regional mall located about one mile (1.6 km) north of the Charlottesville city limits on U.S. Route 29 in Albemarle County. The mall is operated by Simon Property Group[2] and features four primary tenant spaces.


Charlottesville Fashion Square is home to four anchor spaces. The Belk store is divided up into two anchor spaces, one for Men and Home (East Anchor) and one for Women (West Anchor). J.C. Penney is the South Anchor located near the Children's Play Area and Sears/Sears Auto Center serves as the north anchor near Red Robin.[3] The mall is home to many dining choices: Chick-fil-A, China Express, Sbarro, Auntie Anne's Pretzel's, Dippin' Dots, Mrs. Fields Cookies, and Starbucks Coffee.

The mall also houses over 65 different retail stores.[2]

See also

  • The Teeth of the Tiger, which caused a minor controversy over its depiction of the mall as the site of terrorist attacks


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