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The Mall at Partridge Creek Location Clinton Township, Michigan, USA Opening date October 18, 2007 Developer A. Alfred Taubman Management Taubman Centers Owner Taubman Centers No. of stores and services 90 No. of anchor tenants 2 Total retail floor area 640,000 square feet (59,457.9 m2) Nordstrom - 129,000 square feet (11,984.5 m2) Parisian - 120,000 square feet (11,148.4 m2) Parking 3,250 No. of floors 1 Website http://www.shoppartridgecreek.com/ The Mall at Partridge Creek is an open-air shopping mall in Clinton Township, a suburb of Detroit, Michigan, United States. Under construction since 2005, the mall opened to the public on October 18, 2007.[1][2] The Mall at Partridge Creek has amenities unique to malls in Michigan, including: Bocce ball courts, free WiFi, pop jet fountains, a TV court and a 30' fireplace. Partridge Creek even welcomes dogs and provides four dog comfort stations on site. The Mall at Partridge Creek was developed by the Taubman Corporation of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.[3] It is also the first mall to open in Macomb County since Lakeside Mall in 1976.[4] The mall, managed by Taubman Center, reported 2006 average sales per square foot of $539, well above the threshold for 'class A' mall properties.[5] About the mall Department store chains Nordstrom and Parisian serve as anchor stores. In addition, the mall features over 90 shops and restaurants, 70 of which are new to Macomb County.[1] Tenants of the mall include H&M, The Gap, Eddie Bauer, Apple Store, Coldwater Creek, Starbucks, Forever 21 and J. Crew.[6] The mall features a 14-screen MJR movie theater; a snow-melt system on the sidewalks; two bocce courts; an outdoor play area; plus a fireplace in the center court.[1][2] Customers are also allowed to bring their dogs into the shopping center; "comfort stations", with water and sanitation supplies, are available for dogs.[1] References ^ a b c d Youssef, Jennifer. "The Mall at Partridge Creek" (html). Detroit News. http://www.detnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070717/BIZ/707170346. Retrieved 2007-07-25.  ^ a b Guest, Greta. "A peek at Partridge Creek" (html). Freep.com. Archived from the original on 2007-09-29. http://web.archive.org/web/20070929124841/http://www.freep.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070717/BUSINESS04/707170383/1017/BUSINESS. Retrieved 2007-07-25.  ^ Hotts, Mitch. "New open-air shopping mall coming to M-59" (html). Macomb Daily. http://www.macombdaily.com/stories/021505/loc_mall001.shtml. Retrieved 2007-07-25. [dead link] ^ "Shopping Center News" (html). Shopping Center Business.com. http://www.shoppingcenterbusiness.com/articles/JUL07/story3.shtml. Retrieved 2007-08-19.  ^ About Partridge Creek Mall.Taubman Centers. Retrieved on May 18, 2008. ^ http://www.shoppartridgecreek.com/IM/ External links Official website v • d • e Shopping malls and districts in metropolitan Detroit Enclosed shopping malls Briarwood Mall • Eastland Center • Fairlane Town Center • Great Lakes Crossing Outlets • Lakeside Mall • Laurel Park Place • Macomb Mall • The Mall of Monroe • Northland Center • Oakland Mall • Renaissance Center • Somerset Collection • Southland Center • Twelve Oaks Mall • Westland Center Open-air lifestyle centers Green Oak Village Place • The Mall at Partridge Creek • Pavilions of Troy (approved) • Shoppes at Gateway Park (approved) • Twelve Mile Crossing at Fountain Walk • The Village of Rochester Hills Street-side shopping districts Greektown • Lower Woodward (Merchant's Row) • Eastern Market • Grosse Pointe (The Village on Kercheval Ave.) • Birmingham (Old Woodward Ave.) • Royal Oak (Main St.) • Rochester (Main St.) Power centers Arborland Center • Brighton Mall • Livonia Marketplace • Southgate Shopping Center • Tel-Twelve Mall • Universal Mall • Wonderland Village Closed, under redevelopment or demolished Great Oaks Mall • Lincoln Park Shopping Center  • Summit Place Mall • Winchester Mall See also: Tourism in metropolitan Detroit