After stepping off a plane at O’Hare, where do you imagine someone visiting Chicago might want to visit? Willis Tower, Millennium Park… an outlet mall? Fashion Outlets of Chicago, having their Grand Opening August 1st – August 4th, probably wants you to choose the latter.
Fashion Outlets of Chicago, opening in Rosemont on August 1st, 2013, wants to to draw a crowd. Located near O’Hare airport, they’re hoping to benefit from the foot traffic and tourism of both Rosemont and Chicago. Fashion Outlets of Chicago will have over 120 stores, including J. Crew Factory, Prada, Men’s Wearhouse Outlet and Nike Factory Store.
Chicagoland has some great places to snag designer items, gifts and anything else you need at a bargain. Finding amazing deals at your favorite stores is well worth the trip! Here are a few picks for the best outlet malls in the Chicagoland area. Happy savings!
A Los Angeles firm has bought the struggling Block 37 shopping mall downtown, according to a published report.
Dogs, all pets for that matter, are family too. And they should be included in on the holiday festivities, including a trip to visit Santa Claus. Santa makes special visits just for pets around the Chicagoland area so you can have your dog or cat’s photo taken with him. And on Christmas morning, let them rip open one of their own gifts so they can experience the thrill of a magical Christmas too.
Luckily, you don’t have to catch an airplane to explore the rich cultural heritage of China. Chicago’s unique Chinatown is the 3rd largest in the United States, and offers a wide array of fun sights, activities, shops and tasty treats that both kids and adults will appreciate. Grab your (pretend) passports and fly on over to Chinatown!
Some Chicago business leaders say they would like to see a new land-based casino in the half-vacant Block 37 mall downtown.
Five vendors at a West Side mall have been charged with selling handbags, shoes and baseball caps with counterfeit labels.