Ross Park Mall

1000 Ross Park Mall Dr

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

Mall Walking Hours:
Monday to Saturday: 8am
Sunday: 9am

Floors: 2

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Anchored by Nordstrom, Macy's, jcpenney and Sears, Ross Park Mall makes shopping all it is supposed to be - fun, fulfilling and full of surprises!  Along with our department stores, this multi-level indoor shopping center boasts nearly 170 specialty shops including Tiffany & Co., Apple, Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Juicy Couture, Crate & Barrell and Michael Kors.  We also have delicious dining options including The Cheesecake Factory in the mall's outdoor lifestyle component and Western Pennsylvania's first California Pizza Kitchen.  

Conveniently located off McKnight Road in the North Hills of Pittsburgh, Ross Park Mall immediately serves the communities of Ross Township and Cranberry Township. We have ample accomodations to serve your personal and group shopping needs if you are traveling from surrounding regions.


Rosalie Crawford

Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017

We drive over an hour to come here it is an annual Christmas destination for us also throughout the year they offer such great stores that you cannot beat the variety in sells offered throughout the year. There is adequate parking and easy to get to from the main interstate. The stores are trendy and popular. I always feel safe and have always had a great shopping experience here

Elayne pallist

Monday, Jan. 15, 2018

Good selection of stores, including a great new chocolate shop. There's a Sears with affordable clothing and a Nordstrom for those with money to burn. Food court is okay, if you don't mind processed fast "food". Also upscale restaurants beyond my price range.

Brett Weissbart

Sunday, Dec. 24, 2017

Try to avoid weekend afternoons, especially during the holiday season, as traffic will back up on McKnight road as well as exiting the mall. The mall itself is clean and vibrant; unlike other malls in the area, there are no empty storefronts. The few restrooms available are all relatively small. The shops trend upscale but there are lower cost options such as Sears and Penney’s as well.

Stephen Hamrick

Saturday, Jan. 6, 2018

Visited this mall for the first time. Many great stores that offer a lot of shopping opportunities. Some high end options as well. Grabbed a quick lunch, which wasn't too bad (there are typical mall options).


Tuesday, Dec. 26, 2017

Great mall with both typical anchors (Macy's, Penney's, Sears) and a lot of stores you won't find anywhere else in the Pittsburgh area (Nordstrom, Tiffany's). There is plenty of parking, a coffee shop, and restaurants all under one roof. You can spend a very pleasant day at this mall.