Elsbeth Rose is a boutique in historic Armory Square. Located at 191 Walton Street, Elsbeth Rose is around the corner from its previous location, but still next to Starbucks, just on the opposite side. The boutique is open from 11 am – 6 pm Monday through Thursday, and 11 am – 7 pm Friday and Saturday. It’s closed on Sunday. Armory Square itself is an exceptional place for shopping and dining, and Elsbeth Rose adds a wonderful touch. Located across from the museum of Science and Technology, this boutique is home to clothing labels – Ronen Chen, Cut Loose, and Hazel – that are not available in most department stores. There are also selections of styles from several small U.S. and European designers. Not just clothing, Elsbeth Rose offers vintage home goods, local hand-made jewelry, scarves, wraps, belts and shoes. The atmosphere at Elsbeth Rose is warm and welcoming, with a small and cozy layout. Elsbeth Rose specializes in current classics and attention to detail, and is geared more to women in their 30’s and 40’s. If you visit its website Elsbeth Rose also has a blog offering fashion hints for the upcoming season.
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This is a picture of the outside of Ellie Mia.
Ellie Mia is located on 754 South Crouse avenue in Syracuse, New York. It is a small boutique with high end brands, but there is something for everyone. Whether you are looking for a great gift, or an outfit for a date you can find it all at Ellie Mia.
Shoppingtown Mall has something for everyone. The wide range of stores attracts a variety of customers. Whether you are looking for sporting equipment or a new pair of earrings, you will find it at Shoppingtown Mall. Shoppingtown also has a variety of special services to offer that allows people of different ages to participate in fun, indoor activities.
This view can be seen in Shoppingtown Mall. Photo Credit: ThisPublicAddress
Shoppingtown Mall is one of Erie Boulevard’s greatest treasures. It is filled with dining, entertainment and shopping experiences that cater to everyone’s tastes and interests. Shoppingtown also offers around the clock security to ensure the safety of all visitors.
3649 Erie Blvd E
Dewitt, NY 13214
Shoppingtown Mall is only a 10 minute drive from Syracuse University main campus, making it easily accessible for both SU students and faculty. Also, for those without a car, there are CENTRO services that offer trips to Shoppingtown from the university.
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DestinyUSA is six-stories and 2.4 million square feet of elite shopping, dining and entertainment experiences located on the shores of Onondaga lake in Syracuse, NY. Besides the shops, restaurants and entertainment venues, DestinyUSA also offers center offices, premium parking garages and a chapel. It ranks as the sixth largest shopping center in the country and far exceeds the others in New York State. Also unique about DestinyUSA is that it became LEED certified on February 6 2012, making it the largest LEED Certified commercial retail structure the United States and the third largest in the world. LEED certification stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design and is obtained through collaboration with USGBC, United States Green Building Council. DestinyUSA participates in a variety of green initiatives to maintain its LEED certification including recycling, using green power, composting and green cleaning.
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This is a picture of the outside of Some Girls found on Marshall Street.
Some Girls is located on 147 Marshall Street in Syracuse, New York. It opened up in 2006, and has been doing great business since then. Local residents, Syracuse University students, and visitors, enjoy shopping here. The prices are low, they have great gifts, and outfits for every occasion.
This shop is located in downtown Syracuse, just off Armory Square. It houses a massive media collection, including CDs, DVDs, records, videogames, a small selection of well-chosen books, shirts, and other merchandise, and novelty toys. Most items can be found in either new or used condition, and their used prices are especially cheap. They have many rare and old titles that any music junkie will love, as well as current hits and up-and-coming acts. The selection of videogames is somewhat limited, as compared to a gaming store, but there are a good number of titles and many are used. The store also takes trade-ins for cash or store credit. For toys, there is a large selection of Kidrobot merchandise, and also vintage tee-shirts. Live performers come in from time to time. This location is Syracuse’s largest music store and almost always busy. This is the first and only place in town with a wide vinyl record selection, and every year they host Syracuse’s part of Record Store Day.