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Shopping, Dining and Lodging

Shopping possibilities in the south suburban area include the developing Drexel Town Center at Howell and Drexel avenues in Oak Creek, which is the site of retail and dining options as well as the city’s library and city hall. Joining the many retail options in the two cities will be IKEA, opening in 2018.

The newly renovated Southridge Mall with Boston Store, Macy’s, Kohl’s, JC Penney, Sears and many specialty shops, is the largest shopping center in Wisconsin with 1.2 million square feet of retail space. Many other boutique shops and specialty stores are located throughout the area.

From gourmet food stores to the large grocery stores, residents have a great variety of choices when it come to selecting their favorite foods or picking up bread and milk.

The area boasts of both nationally-known and independent dining opportunities. Whether a person is looking for a casual family restaurant or a fine dining experience, the south suburban area offers many possibilities for residents and visitors alike.

The area includes high-quality, full-service hotels and motels in a variety of price ranges. With spacious guest rooms, onsite pools, business and fitness centers, onsite convenience stores, complimentary airport shuttle services and meeting and event space, there is sure to be a hotel or motel that appeals to every type of traveler.

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Edward Jones
Edward Jones
Edward Jones
Edward Jones
Edward Jones