Fox Valley Mall
Formerly known as Fox Valley Center, Westfield Fox Valley Mall is a shopping mall in Aurora, Illinois, and it is anchored by Carson Pirie Scott, JCPenney, Macy's and Sears. It was acquired by the Westfield Group in early 2002, when it received its present name. Building of the mall began in 1973 and the 1.5 million square-foot enclosed retail space was completed and opened for business in 1975.
This regional shopping center is situated at the southwest of State Highway 59, 32 miles west of Chicago. This center claims more than 180 retail stores. Some of the specialty stores are H&M, Starbucks and a Savannahs Restaurant & Tea Room, which joined the mall in 2004, followed by Disney Store, Build A Bear Workshop, Limited, Victoria Secret, Spencer's gifts, GAP, and many more. If this is not enough you may try visiting Walter Payton's Roundhouse Complex, or bowling at Parkside Lanes.
In an area populated by roughly 600,000 people, the Fox Valley mall boasts 8,121 parking spaces, and the shopping hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. from Monday to Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sundays. The gross leasable area is a generous 1,447,300sq. ft., and as far as employment is concerned, the retailers constantly have a list of opportunities for everyone, conveniently found on the official Westfield site http://westfield.com/corporate/careers.
Moreover, the mall offers special concierge services, such as free wheelchairs for people with disabilities, a shopping concierge office for directions, and a special room for parents, equipped with everything from bottle warmers to changing tables, so this mall is very appropriate for families. From the entertainment point of view, there are 13 full-service restaurants where one can have an enjoyable dinner with family or friends.