We're one of the best dressed cities in the nation. Our secret? We're home to the country's trendiest discount retailer and the largest shopping complex in the country. Shopping in Minneapolis is unlike anywhere else in the country. But Target and the Mall of America are just the beginning of the story. Here, you'll find a combination of ambitious young designers, funky neighborhood boutiques, fabulous neighborhoods, major retailers and big malls. Downtown Minneapolis is home to Macy's, Nicollet Mall, Saks Off Fifth, Target's flagship store, Martin Patrick III Finnstyle, and dozens of other unique shop stops that offer everything. Eclectic, deal-oriented, chic, rustic, location-specific, flashy or reserved, our shops have everything for everyone.
Oh, and did we mention no sales tax on apparel and shoes?
With over 400,000 square feet of shopping, Macy's Minneapolis is the preeminent retailer for the hottest trends in fashion and design. Macy's is the only department store in the Twin Cities area offering a selection of designer apparel from American and European designers. From Macy's owned brands to designer favorites, you'll find the looks and lifestyle you desire. With no tax on apparel, you're guaranteed to find inspiration around every corner.
City Center, the most connected building downtown, is home to Brooks Brothers, Office Depot, len, Marshall's and various restaurants including Baja Sol, Au Bon Pain, Greek Grill, Leeann Chin, Fogo de Chao and Starbucks.
FinnStyle, a must-see according to Minneapolis-St. Paul Magazine, has perhaps the largest selection of modern Finnish design this side of Helsinki: gifts, glassware, jewelry, bags purses, home accents, tableware, and much more.
Gaviidae Common, located on Nicollet Mall between 5th and 7th Streets, offers a wide variety of stores for every shopper including: JUUT Salonspa, Len Druskin Man, Pacifier, Presence, St. Croix Shop, Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue Off Fifth, R.F. Moeller Jeweler, Ann Taylor, Talbots, Soleil Brule and JV and Company.