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Shopping Sensational shops on the First Coast carry everything you


could want or need. Whether it’s back-to-school, holiday or window shopping, residents have plenty of places to discover. Venture to Ponte Vedra and find contemporary fashion at 5 Sisters Boutique or check out the hip shops in San Marco Square. Spend a day in the oldest city, St. Augustine, and discover treasures in the little shops that line St. George Street. For the creative spirit, Five Points in Riverside has plenty to offer. The historic shopping district boasts small boutiques that make each shopping trip a unique experience.


Residents delight in the more than 1.1 million square feet


of shopping and dining at St. Johns Town Center. There are high-end designer stores including Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co., along with budget friendly retailers like DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse. Pick up a unique birthday gift at Artsy Abode, or redecorate a room with furniture from Pottery Barn Kids.


On the Southside, shop indoors at the Avenues Mall, which


is home to fashion forward stores like Forever 21 and H&M, or enjoy a sunny day shopping in the outdoor plaza across the street. The Avenues Walk has several stores including h.h.gregg and a Walmart Supercenter. Discount shoppers can take their skills to St. Augustine Outlets and St. Augustine Premium Outlets to find the best deals on brand name items.


When it comes to shopping, the First Coast has it all. From


boutiques with one-of-a-kind gifts to extravagant malls, there are endless stores to enjoy.


BAKER COUNTY {Glen St. Mary, Macclenny}


Cornerstone Square Shopping Center


1160-1386 S. 6th St., Macclenny Located just off Interstate 10, Cornerstone Square offers


Dollar Tree, Goody’s Department Store and more. CLAY COUNTY


{Fleming Island, Green Cove Springs, Keystone Heights, Middleburg, Orange Park, Penney Farms}


Island Walk Shopping Center


1997 East West Pkwy., Fleming Island Island Walk is located in the heart of Fleming Island, near


County Road 220 and U.S. Highway 17. Stores include Dollar Tree, Justice, Kirkland's, Michaels and Petco.


Orange Park Mall


269-9413 1910 Wells Rd., Orange Park www.simon.com


Orange Park Mall is located at Blanding Boulevard and


Wells Road near Interstate 295. It includes a Belk, Dillard's, Dick's Sporting Goods, JCPenney and Sears. The mall also boasts a Books-A-Million and Old Navy. Orange Park Mall has a large food court, an adjoined T.G.I. Friday’s, strollers for rent and a children’s play area.


Plantation Crossing


Clay Looking for some good grub while at the Orange Park Mall? Visit the adjoining T.G.I. Fridays #shopping #fcrg


Blanding Blvd. and Branan Field Rd., Middleburg The area of Middleburg is quickly developing with


shopping plazas like Plantation Crossing. Located on the corner of Blanding Boulevard and Branan Field Road, the plaza is home to retailers Home Depot, GameStop and others, as well as the restaurants Sushi Bistro and China Cafe.


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