Florida's Largest Shopping Centers

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The St. Johns Town Center may dominate Jacksonville's retail sector but how does it compare in size with similar developments across the state? Here is a list ranking Florida's ten largest shopping centers by square footage.



Other Notable Shopping Centers

Who's the largest doesn't always equate with who's the best. For example, Regency is larger than St. Johns Town Center, but has struggled to take advantage of its girth.  Here is a short list of other notable shopping centers across the state, along with the amount of retail square footage these developments bring to the table.

Westfield Countryside (Clearwater, FL) -- 1.21 million square feet -- 1975

Gulf Coast Town Center (Fort Myers, FL) -- 1.24 million square feet -- 2005

International Plaza (Tampa, FL) -- 1.20 million square feet -- 2001

Coconut Point (Estero, FL) -- 1.20 million square feet -- 2007

The Mall at Millenia (Orlando, FL) -- 1.12 million square feet -- 2002

Seminole Towne Center (Sanford, FL) -- 1.14 million square feet -- 1995

The Avenues (Jacksonville, FL) -- 1.12 million square feet -- 1990

Westfield Brandon (Brandon, FL) -- 1.10 million square feet -- 1995

WestShore Plaza (Tampa, FL) -- 1.06 million square feet -- 1967

Governor's Square (Tallahassee, FL) -- 1.02 million square feet -- 1979

Orange Park Mall (Orange Park, FL) -- 953,000 square feet -- 1975

The Oaks (Gainesville, FL) -- 910,000 square feet -- 1978

CityPlace (West Palm Beach) -- 600,000 square feet -- 2000


List by Ennis Davis, AICP. Contact Ennis at edavis@moderncities.com


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