The Easton Town Center is a mix between a enclosed mall and a lifestyle center, either way, it is a great shopping complex in the northeast side of Columbus, Ohio along The Outerbelt (I-270) and Morse Road and Easton Way. The centers current anchor stores are Macy's and Nordstrom along with 240 other stores that fill in the surrounding center and outer stores like Target and Lowe's.
Easton Mall was really one of the first in the country build like it, from the ground up, a mix of traditional enclosed shopping, and national anchor tenants, with a flare of excitement, the lifestyle center portion with the many restaurants and stores tide together and separate plaza's making it a very interesting design.
The mall was built in two phases, Phase I , known as the South District opened in the summer of 1999 and included AMC, Forever XXI, Crate & Barrel, and The Cheesecake Factory. It was also the location for the first Hollister Co. store in the country, makes sense when there Headquarters is in New Albany, OH.
Phase II, known as the Fashion District, opened in the fall of 2001 with Nordstrom and Macy's and the Apple Store, along with many other smaller stores and restaurants.
In late 2013, the latest expansion was completed, known as the "Easton Gateway" development. The first tenant to open is Costco in October 2013, along with other stores that opened in the spring, which were REI, Fields and Stream, a sporting goods store, owned by Dick's, Saks Off 5th, and Whole Foods.
The first Ohio Tesla dealer opened at Easton Center in December 2013.
Here are various pictures from a late afternoon in March 2013:
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