Collin Creek Mall
The Collin Creek Mall is just off of I-190, interconnecting the mall with the Dallas North Tollway and I-37. The mall is located at 812 North Central Expressway, Plano, TX.
The Collin Creek Mall covers approximately 1.2 million square feet. The mall has four anchor stores and other 148 specialty outlets along with a complete food court. The mall offers exotic dining experience with the terrace food court, Tino’s Mexican restaurant, great American cookies, Samurai Sam’s and Sonic.
The mall hosts Dillard’s, Macy’s, JC Penney’s and Sears as its anchor tenants. The other major names include Anchor Blue, Charlotte Russell, forever21, Nine West, Spencer Gifts, Things Remembered and Winks.
There are plenty of parking spaces near entrance free of any charge.
The mall opens from 10am -9pm on weekdays and from noon till 7pm on Sundays.
There has been no security incident reported as such in Collin Creek mall. Annually approximately 7-8 million people visit the Collin Creek Mall. The mall was built in two levels with an exquisite chain of fountains interconnected through indoor creek. They are now being replaced by few departmental stores. The Collin Creek Mall is an entirely enclosed mall built with nice and pleasant interiors.
There are many entertaining features for kids like the play area and the Collin Creek Express that offers kiddie rides.
Some of the nearby interesting places to visit are the Heritage Farmstead Museum, Lake Lavon, Art Center of Plano and Fairview Farms.
The mall is managed and owned by General Growth Properties Inc. The mall was initially build in 1982. The Collin Creek Mall was first among many shopping complexes to draw population and residential to the area of Plano, making the place now a commercial hub.
For job opportunities at the Collin Creek Mall, visit the stores themselves in the mall or go to the main website: www.collingreekmall.com.