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University Center

University Center (3801 Old Seward Highway, Anchorage) – this mall houses mainly local shops & retailers (ranging from housewares to furniture, groceries, Alaskan souvenirs & gifts, and more. This mall is also known for holding various local events.

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The Northway Mall Alaska

The Northway Mall (3101 Penland Parkway, Anchorage) – this mall , which currently has 50 stores, was opened in 1980 (as one of the first enclosed malls in Anchorage). Current retailers include Burlington Coat Factory, Carrs/Safeway Supermarket, Foot Locker, Starbucks, and various local shops.

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Midtown Mall

Midtown Mall (600 East Northern Lights Blvd., Anchorage) – for those curious about the mall scene in Alaska, this is a good place to start. Anchored by Nordstrom Rack. REI, Carrs/Safeway, and Guitar Center, retailers found here include SteamDot Coffee, LensCrafters, BurgerFi, Brow Chica Brow Bar, AT&T, Payless Shoes, Hallmark, Regis Salon, GCI and many […]

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Dimond Center

Dimond Center (800 East Dimond Blvd., Anchorage) – As Alaska’a largest shopping center it has been an Anchorage landmark since 1977, a visit to Dimond Center isn’t just another shopping trip — it’s an Alaskan Experience. The heritage of this family owned shopping center shines through with local Alaskan businesses as well as creating a […]

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Anchorage 5th Avenue Mall

Anchorage 5th Avenue Mall (320 West 5th Avenue, Anchorage) – Anchorage 5th Avenue Mall is a distinctive, 5-level shopping center in downtown Anchorage just minutes from downtown hotels and a short ride from the cruise ship docks. Featuring more than 110 stores plus incredible dining options, the center offers an exclusive shopping experience like nowhere […]

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4th Avenue Market Place

4th Avenue Market Place (333 West 4th Avenue, Anchorage) – visitors can immerse themselves in Alaskan history with the Historical Timeline walk, browse 20+ shops featuring Alaskan artisans, and get whisked across Alaska in the 40-minute film “Alaska the Greatland” at the Alaska Experience Theatre with its 3-story high wraparound screen.