Retail Shopping Centers in Collin County
including Allen, Frisco, McKinney, and Plano
Shopping and strip malls fill just about every corner of Collin County, so we'll share with you the major shopping centers and malls in Allen, Frisco,
McKinney, and Plano. We've also included the historic downtown areas known for their boutiques, antiques and art studios.
Outdoor Shopping Centers
These destinations are relatively new, fashioned around outdoor activities for adults and kids. Take a break from shopping and enjoy sipping a coffee
on the patio or gather for a glass of wine.
Fairview Town Center
Major brands such as Dillards, JC Penney, and Macy's, along with specialty boutiques, are found on the Fairview side. We listed this mall on our discount
shopping page for the Allen side, where you'll find Homegoods/TJ Maxx and Ross. Specialty stores are found on both sides of Stacy Road.
329 Town Place, Fairview TX 75069
Eddie Bauer, Ann Taylor, Bath & Body Works, Sephora are just a few of the major brands. Grimaldi's pizza, The Cheesecake Factory, Brio and
P.F. Changs, are some of the major eateries. The shops are located behind Market Street and built around a stream, creating a quaint
village effect. A children's playground is conveniently located in the green area.
970 Garden Park Dr, Allen TX 75013
The Star District
Opened in 2018, the central focus is unmistakably the Dallas Cowboys. With the Tostitos Championship Plaza inviting kids and adults alike to toss
around a football or attend a family-friendly event, multiple casual and kid-friendly dining options are available. Exclusive retail options
include Dallas Cowboys (not surprisingly!), western gear, and lifestyle goods.
9 Cowboys Way, Frisco, TX 75034
New to the shopping scene in 2017, Legacy West focuses on upscale brands of everything from the practical to the novel. In addition to stand-alone
restaurants, you'll find brands that have integrated dining and shopping.
5908 Headquarters Dr, Plano, TX 75024
Shops at Legacy
High-end boutiques and retailers such as Urban Outfitters, Lily Rain and Oil & Vinegar. Casual to formal dining from the upscale Seasons 52 to Twisted
5741 Legacy Dr, Plano, TX 75024
Indoor Shopping Malls
These are the traditional shopping mall model that burgeoned in the 60s and 70s. There are only three of these shopping malls in Collin County, two
of which are in Plano and one in Frisco.
This is your traditional mall with anchors from Nordstrom to Sears. It is an interior mall with fun eateries such as California Pizza Kitchen and the
Cheesecake Factory. In addition to the main mall, there is a plethora of "strip" malls in walking distance.
2601 Preston Rd, Frisco, TX 75034
Shops at Willow Bend
A traditional mall with Neiman Marcus, Dillards and Macy's as the anchors. Crate and Barrel, Restoration Hardware, Z Gallerie, Ann Taylor, Brighton, and Forever 21 are just a
few of the high-end retailers here.
6121 W. Park Blvd, Plano TX 75093
Shopping in Historic Downtown Districts
While each of Collin County's Main Streets offer some degree of shopping, these are the locations to head for shopping, lunch or a night out. Each of
these historic shopping districts could keep you busy beginning with your morning coffee through a date on the town.
Historic Downtown McKinney
This is one of those fun shopping districts to explore. You'll find boutiques, antiques, and art--to purchase and to create. Quaint, independent
restaurants and coffee houses alongside specialty markets. There are two farm-to-table restaurants.
111 N. Tennessee Street, McKinney TX 75069
Historic Downtown Plano
In sharp contrast to the shopping malls on the west side of town, there are a few independent boutiques here. The events, theatre and restaurants are
the main draw.
1006 E 15th Street, Plano TX 75074
Historic Downtown Wylie
A quaint little town worth exploring for its unique restaurants, boutiques and antiques. Events draw folks in from the "big cities." It should be
noted that just west of Wylie on FM 544 is a plethora of shopping options.
105 N Ballard Ave, Wylie TX 75098
Updated March 7, 2020
Originally published October 31, 2017