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Malls and Outlets

Bassett Place
6101 Gateway Blvd. West

El Paso’s original shopping mall – Bassett Place is a mainstay of fashion, food and fun. With a unique mix of stores, restaurants, and amusements, Bassett Place provides an environment of leisure, style and entertainment. Centrally located, it’s the closest major shopping center to the El Paso International Airport, Fort Bliss, as well as the Bridge of the Americas, the international crossing from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Whether you’re looking to shop, dine, see a movie, stroll around the mall or hang out in the Café Plaza, Bassett Place offers a unique ambiance designed to be a gathering place for the community.

Cielo Vista Mall
8401 Gateway Blvd. West

Cielo Vista Mall® is one of El Paso’s main shopping destination and is situated on the East Side of El Paso. It serves the nearby communities of Socorro, Fabens, Ft. Bliss and the International City of Juarez, Mexico. It is a wonderful climate controlled indoor shopping mall and home to over 140 specialty stores such as Dillard’s, Apple Store, Michael Kors, Sephora, and Forever 21. Cielo Vista Mall is also home to other specialty shops ranging from jewelry, men/women/children apparel to shoes and accessories. The mall features several sit down restaurants such as Olive Garden and Hooter’s plus several eateries including Chick Fil A. You can also catch the latest movie releases at the multi-screen Cinemark Theater complex located in the west outer parking lot.

Fountains at Farah
Photograph by The Fountains at Farah
8889 Gateway West Blvd.

The Fountains at Farah is a regional lifestyle-shopping venue offering fresh, name-brand boutiques in addition to on-trend and mid-range department stores. The Fountains at Farah features a refreshing open-air atmosphere with numerous cascading water displays, entertainment venues, patio dining and covered parking.

The Fountains at Farah offers two exciting levels of shopping, dining and fun. The Boulevard (Upper Level) has many large, nationally known retailers, many of which are new to the El Paso area. The Promenade (Lower Level) features more boutique fashion tenants like Designer Studio, Altar’d State, Charlotte Russe and The LOFT, along with jewellers Deutsch & Deutsch and Jared’s. The Promenade houses an amphitheater, and restaurants like Kona Grill, La Madeleine and many more.

Las Palmas Marketplace
1327 George Dieter Dr.

The 650,000 square foot regional center is located in the heart of El Paso’s retail market. The center is home to World Market, Babies R’ Us, Kohls, Lowe’s, DSW, a Cinemark and much more.

7051 S. Desert Blvd.

With over 90 famous name-brand stores,this outlet mall’s vast selection of retailers offer a wide array of merchandise at 20% to 70% off department store prices. Along with incredible gifts and savings, the outlet center provides several amenities such as dancing water fountain area, strollers, a children’s play area, wheel chairs, Tax Free Shopping, and gift certificates to make your shopping experience convenient and enjoyable. There’s also a food court where you can recharge your batteries and then resume your all-day shopping spree.

Sunland Park Mall
750 Sunland Park Dr.

Sunland Park Mall is located on the west side of El Paso and features many name brand stores as well as Cinemark Movie Bistro. The Food Court hosts a variety of eateries and the Greenery Restaurant is located on the lower level. The mall is easily accessible off I-10 and Sunland Park Drive.

TI:ME at Montecillo Shopping District
Photograph by TI:ME at Montecillo

The non-traditional shopping center is anchored by 3 full service restaurants, owned and operated by the restaurant and bar group Pan y Agua. Pan y Agua owns and operates Crave Kitchen and Bar, 1914 Lounge and Independent Burger. TI:ME houses 12,000 square feet of leasable space, with spaces as small as 80 square feet and up to 1,200 square feet. Located in the new urban smart growth development Montecillo, which will ultimately include 4,000 apartment units, over 400 single family homes, and hundreds of office and retail spaces. A cluster of 7 unique buildings surrounding a central gathering space. TI:ME will be unique in its construction, with a portion of the center consisting of re-conditioned shipping containers. It’s landscaping will be like no other space in town, going above and beyond the required amount, making it lush and green throughout. Tic, Toc El Paso, it’s TI:ME.

West Town Marketplace
Photograph by El Paso Development News
1539 N Desert Blvd.

West Towne Marketplace is an open-air retail and entertainment destination conveniently located on the corner of U.S. Interstate 10 and Paseo del Norte in El Paso, Texas. The center is a pedestrian-friendly, outdoor retail center. It features curved, tree-lined streets and encompasses more than 500,000 square feet of retail, restaurants and entertainment on 63.45 acres of land.

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