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Short Pump Town Center

Short Pump Town Center
Location Short Pump, Virginia, USA
Opening date September 4, 2003
Owner Forest City Enterprises
No. of stores and services 140
No. of anchor tenants 4
No. of floors 2
Website [1]

Short Pump Town Center is located in Henrico County, Virginia on Broad Street (U.S. Route 250), approximately 1 mile (1.6 km) west of I-64 Exit 178A/B. This area of Henrico County is called The West End and is northwest of Richmond. The Short Pump Town Center is a home of many different restaurants and stores including Macy's and Dillard's.

History and stores

Short Pump Town Center is a two-level, open-air retail center composed of upscale stores. It was opened on September 4, 2003 and has over 140 stores. The retail center is owned and operated by Forest City Enterprises. Anchor stores are Dick's Sporting Goods, Dillard's, Macy's, and Nordstrom. Notable stores include Apple, Aldo, Swarovski, Express, Claire's, Crate & Barrel, Pottery Barn, and Red Door Spa.

Dining and restaurants

Dining is also very notable in Short Pump Town Center. Dining options include Cheesecake Factory, Tara Thai, Maggiano's Little Italy, California Pizza Kitchen, Lehja, Firebirds, and Baker's Crust. Starbucks, Cold Stone Creamery, and Virginia Shoppe & Diner are also located in the mall. The food court also adds Cajun Cafe, Chick-fil-A, Villa Pizza, Sakura Japanese Restaurant, and Panda Express to the mix.

Surrounding area of Short Pump

Surrounding the mall, there are several strip malls, other stores, and restaurants within walking or short driving distance. These are located on the Town Center property, however not a part of the mall itself. Notable locations surrounding the Town Center include: Applebee's, Barnes & Noble, Chili's, Chipotle, and Red Robin. Locations such as these are listed on the mall's store directory despite not being attached to the mall itself[2].

Rivalry with Stony Point

Following a disagreement with Taubman Centers on a possible mall development project, Stony Point Fashion Park was developed as

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