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Tarentum - Pittsburgh Mills

590 Pittsburgh Mills Circle

Mall Hours:
Monday to Saturday: 10am - 9pm
Sunday: 11am - 6pm

Mall Walking Hours:
Monday to Sunday: 7am

Floors: 1

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Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills is home to many of your favorite retailers such as:  JCPenneys, Macy's, Sears Grand, H&M, Dicks Sporting Goods and many more.  We also have the only IMAX Theatre in the area.


Amanda Tran

Monday, April 16, 2018
Most of the good stores and best restaurants have closed in the last 5-10 years. It used to be full of shoppers and fun stores and now it has become more of a walking track than anything else. Even JoAnn Fabrics since moving there doesn't even have an entrance into the mall. The movie theater and Panera are the main draw for people now. The surrounding road is full of potholes sadly and the area isn't as safe as it used to be. Worth it to go to another mall like Westmoreland or Ross Park for more variety and a nicer, safer area.

Beth Steele

Friday, March 30, 2018
What a shame.... most spaces are empty. It’s a great place for walkers, no one to run into ( cause it’s just that dead) sad. And be careful the potholes don’t swallow you up!!

J.R. Stewart

Tuesday, April 17, 2018
I think the owners should keep the mall there and what not, but it needs something. A main attraction. Most of the people here are complaining that all the stores are gone... Well it's not exactly the malls fault. If you want to blame somebody, blame the owners of the people that own the businesses that take stupid risks that are guaranteed to put them out of business. Sears Holdings/KMart is not going to be around much longer because they can't even payoff their debts. Even if they sold most or all of their properties, their debt to equity ratio shows that they can't even afford maintain their stores and afford up to date the and shopping at all their stores. Toy's R' Us is going out of business because they took out a leveraged buyout (without explaining what that is, I'll just say all businesses that made this move eventually went out of business) and the prices were cringe worthy and it's not as fun and exciting anymore for kid's. RadioShack just couldn't keep up and didn't really offer anything I couldn't get online, and JC Penny and Macy's could be going next which means if those anchor stores split, rent will go up and stores will/could either move or fold up shop all together. Fortunately, I have a solution! Maybe turn a section of the mall into a 8,500 seat state of the art arena and put a junior hockey team (they could play in the tier 1 USHL which could really be beneficial to our local college teams like PSU, RMU, IUP, Pitt, Pitt-Johnstown, Duquesne, and CalU) and it could possibly put Pitt's and Duquesne hockey programs on the map as they could share it and use it to play their home games, and Penn State New Kensington could play some of it's home basketball games there. Maybe an indoor lacrosse team, or even a G-League basketball team. The teams first name could be Allegheny Valley and the hockey team could be called the Riverrats or something. Keep the remaining stores for casual shoopers, make it more shopper friendly, and keep the rent for the stores at a decent prices, open the rink up for open skate and charge the general public a low price for a session and cheap skate rentals, (since the teams occupying the venue will already be paying to use the venue), and open free skate on occasion. Just a few suggestions to help boost the community and the local economy in the region.

Uma M.

Sunday, March 18, 2018
Besides 2 stores and a Panera, it’s not very accommodating to modern visitors. Definitely depends on what you’re looking for however.

crazy rabbit lady

Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018
Drove the whole way there for it not to open til 10 am now. Half the stores no longer exists. It's a shame that it's a nice place with nothing.

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