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SouthSide Works SouthSide Works is an open-air retail, office, entertainment, and residential complex located on the South Side of the city of Pittsburgh and just across the Monongahela River from the Pittsburgh Technology Center, the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University. The $300 million complex ($ million today) opened in stages between 2002 and 2004 and offers more than 34acre of shops, offices, hotels and apartments, and has a new urbanist design. The site has over 330000sqft of specialty retail, restaurant, hotel, and apartment space. In addition, the site has 700000sqft of office space. -79.965225315944 40.427646781861
Bakery Square Bakery Square is an open-air shopping and office development in the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Larimer, adjacent to the neighborhoods of Shadyside and East Liberty in the city's East End. Bakery Square is located on 5.1 acres along Penn Avenue. -79.91683 40.45718
Parkway Center Mall Parkway Center Mall is a defunct enclosed shopping mall in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Opened in 1982, the mall closed in 2013 after losing Kmart, its last anchor store. The only remaining store in operation is a Giant Eagle supermarket. In 2016, the entirity of the mall was demolished, except for the Giant Eagle/Kmart building. -80.0369561 40.4233322
Pennsylvania Macaroni One of the staples of the Strip, a large Italian grocery with cheese counter, wide selection of olive oils, fresh bread and pasta. -79.983641315917 40.451238638337
Caliban Book Shop Buy, sell, and appraise books, autographs, photographs, printed material, and original art. -79.948851212404 40.444911278966
Macy's Macy's is an American mid- to upscale department store. Their most famous and flagship store is on 34th street in Herald Square in New York City. Aside from its retailing ventures, Macy's is known for its elaborate Christmas window displays and for hosting the annual Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City. -79.998224110909 40.43952347257
Boutique La Passerelle Searching for a unique and personal shopping experience while visiting historic downtown Pittsburgh? Do you desire exclusive European fashion without a trip overseas? Look no further than Boutique La Passerelle! This chic boutique flaunts designs from Italy, Portugal, France, and Spain, paired with pieces from right here in the United States. For your casual afternoons, business meetings, or nights at the symphony, this shoppe has an accessible atmosphere for women of any age or price point; there is no clothing tax. Boutique La Passerelle is a must visit during your visit to this wonderful city! -80.001157813879 40.439910637582
North Hills Village Mall North Hills Village Shopping Center is a retail complex on McKnight Road in Ross Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, United States, owned by J.J. Gumberg Co. since 1986. It was opened as a strip mall in 1957, with Gimbels as its center piece anchor tenant. It was enclosed in 1976 before reverting to a strip mall in 1996. In 1984, Gimbels department store, which had been in the complex for 27 years and was the largest store there, announced it would move into Ross Park Mall, then under construction, when its lease expired in 1986. Merchants expressed confidence that the mall would survive the loss although it might become a discount mall. It was confirmed in July 1987 that it would become a "value-orientated center" with four anchor stores: Burlington Coat Factory, Hills Department Stores, T.J. Maxx and Marshalls. In 1996, renovation began on the south end of the mall to return it to a strip mall with large speciality stores that had entrances that opened directly onto the parking lot while the northern end of the mall was to remain enclosed; the mall would then have a total of 490000sqft of retail space. Further work took place to return the mall to a strip mall in 2005 with the mall's center court becoming part of a larger Burlington Coat Factory store. The size of the mall was then 616460sqft of gross leasable area with the anchor stores being Burlington Coat Factory, Kohl's, Shop 'n Save, Best Buy and Staples. Other stores in the mall included Taco Bell, Applebee's, Duro Cleaners and Millennium Oriental Buffet and 10 smaller stores. A new 125000sqft Target store was built in 2006 on the site vacated by Burlington Coat Factory. -80.007274312148 40.525461631689
Art of Steel Features unusual handcrafted metal and glass works. -79.982615289315 40.452320515476
The Headgear Authentic hat store selling a wide variety of hats, including snapback and fitted caps, knit hats, fedoras, straw hats and many others. -80.000406461251 40.439733434602
Foot Locker Foot Locker is a shop in Pittsburgh near the Market Square. -79.999752582182 40.440241408676
Denim Express Denim Express is a shop in Pittsburgh near the Market Square. -80.00081445 40.4405105
Warner Centre Warner Centre is a shopping centre in Pittsburgh near the Market Square. -79.999641709041 40.44001039858
Mirrors Hair Salon Mirrors Hair Salon is a shop in Pittsburgh. -80.000562728736 40.437574139084
Lotus Food Lotus Food is a shop in Pittsburgh near the David McCullough Bridge. -79.986380358983 40.449557658818
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