Opened in 1974, The Streets at SouthGlenn in Centennial is part upscale shopping center, part swanky urban neighborhood. The many shops, restaurants and service businesses span several city blocks, surrounding the recently renovated The Portola apartment building in the center.
Big beautiful fountains and pretty Commons Park add to the luxury aesthetic, but don’t assume The Streets at SouthGlenn prices are beyond your budget. Most of the stores, services and eateries here are familiar to mall shoppers and won’t break the bank.
Shopping – Main department stores in this shopping community include Macy’s, Marshalls and Ross Dress for Less. Large chain clothing stores like H&M and Old Navy mix with Colorado designer boutiques like Apricot Lane and Aspen Blu.
Redecorating your house? Macy’s Furniture Gallery is just one of a handful of home decor and furniture stores you’ll find here.
Dining – Restaurants and sidewalk cafes are dotted throughout The Streets at SouthGlenn. From burgers and barbeque to bistros and bakeries, there’s something to tantalize every palette. You can also eat-in plus grocery shop at Whole Foods or Indulge Bistro and Wine Bar.
Entertainment – Seasonal entertainment in Commons Park includes summer concerts and holiday tree lightings with visits from Santa Claus.
Have bored kids at home? You can browse the many shops while your children take music lessons at My Music Skool or conduct fun experiments at Engineering for Kids. The latter also offers summer camps.
Hollywood Theaters is open year-round and serves meals to movie-goers right at their seats, from theater-owned Skybox restaurant and bar.
The Streets at SouthGlenn shopping area is located off S. University Blvd (CO-177) at E. Arapahoe Road, in Centennial
Address: 6991 S Vine St, Centennial, CO 80122