Are you looking to do some shopping or just trying to get away from all the bustle and relax? Why don’t you check out some of them malls near Proven Contracting in Randolph for a quick (or not so quick) get-a-way. There’s something for all ages to do, meals and goodies fro everyone to enjoy. Here’s a couple of our favorite malls that you must go to!
You name the store; you can almost certainly find it here, Gap, Macys, Forever21, Brookstone, Apple, Finishline, Express, J Crew, Pacsun, Sears, and so much more. There’s a lovely and much appreciated parking space, there’s a food court up on the second level for quick meals. Pretty much everything you could ever expect from a mall. There are plenty of other shops on the outside as well.
The Mall at Short Hills
This mall has an excellent mix of premium designer stores like Gucci, Tiffany, Prada, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, etc. and more affordable ones. Alongside this comes, free and easy parking. The place is rather popular but is always keep clean. With its wide variety of stores, shopping can be done here any season or time of the year.
Lots of popular stores and restaurants can be found here, very clean environment with ample restrooms and seating throughout. Plus there’s a parking deck. On its 3 floors, there’s AMC Theaters, Bloomingdale’s, Lord & Taylor, Macy’s, Forever 21, Uniqlo, Williams-Sonoma, Abercrombie, Zumiez, Yogibo, Sephora, etc. There are also a number of restaurants with most of them in the outside promenade. It is really the only mall in the Bridgewater area, but still rather convenient to other locations nearby, such as Randolph. One excited customer has a message about the mall:
“For all M.A.C. lovers, there are two locations” He says
“One is in Macy’s near the juniors section and the other one is located in Bloomingdales near shoes and perfumes. I prefer the one in Bloomingdales, especially since I think the majority of people are only aware of the one in Macy’s; therefore it’s never really busy at the Bloomingdales location. Great mall, good choices, and they seem to be constantly evolving in regards to their choices of stores and services.”