Shopping Centers

Tallahassee has a variety of shopping centers, both indoor and outdoor, in most areas of town.  Please feel free to start a page on any of them, or add to one that exists.

The Tallahassee Mall is our town's oldest indoor mall, and now, over 40 years later, the mall struggles to survive, following foreclosure in January 2011 due to debt exceeding $55 million.  There are mixed opinions among locals about what should be done with it.  Find a discussion on that controversy - add your own information, contribute to a pro/con list, even write your own op-ed​ HERE.


Governor's Square Mall

Tallahassee Mall

Betton Place

Downtown Marketplace

Market Square Shopping Center

Midtown District: The entire midtown area is flourishing.  It features an array of shopping, including bridal boutiques.  Bars, nightlife options, coffee, dining options are among the many choices.

CollegeTown​ - Though many are looking forward to the opening of CollegeTown, some feel that this large financial investment is inappropriate and irresponsible during challenging economic times, particularly given the years of budget cuts to the university, and are concerned that the developer doesn't have any equity invested in the project.  Find a discussion on this controversy - add your own information, contribute to a pro/con list, even write your own op-ed - HERE. ​

Gaines Street/All Saints District is located between FAMU and FSU.  As a shopping district it offers an eclectic mix of fashion, art, shopping, dining and nightlife.  It includes Railroad Square, which is a cultural icon.  Railroad Square houses about 50 different "shops", which include food, art, rock climbing wall, and lots of fun places to visit.

Junk And Treasures Alley includes four unique stores located on Woodville Highway, about 1/2 mile south of the fairgrounds on South Monroe.  They have lots of flying flags to capture your attention.  The shop's are filled with art, handmade treasures, vintage furniture and furnishings, crystal, semi-precious gems, curios, books, CD's, Albums, household goods, pet supplies, thrift items.  In other words, if it's been made, no matter how long ago, you'll find it somewhere on the Alley!!..  Open mostly Friday and Saturdays, Sundays usually from noon till 5pm.  850-443-4466, 850-222-2772, 850-656-2113