Shopping centre near cheltenham: Cheltenham Square Mall (35 stores) – shopping in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania PA 19150

Cheltenham Square Mall (35 stores) – shopping in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania PA 19150

Remembering the Original Mall by Mike Particular, May 14, 2021

I remember and lived near the outdoor mall in the 1960s when it was the Cheltenham Shopping Center. Here are several stores from the days of yesteryear. Gimbel’s Morville’s (men’s clothing) Berry’s (men’s clothing) Bonds (clothing for adults) Florsheim (men’s shoes) Movie theater I left the area in 1970, but remember coming back on occasion in the 1970s. It’s too bad; all of these stores are long gone.

Retired by Patty, May 7, 2021

Why can’t we have the good stuff like they have in the suburbs? We have money too and tend to spend it more readily than the higher incomers who delay gratification. I agree with some of the other reviews. Lane Bryants, Cosco, TJMax, Ross (with ample inventory- instead of the cheap outdated crap at the Cedarbrook mall) Macy, Clarks, Best buy, Bonefish grill, A Travel Agency, Joanne’s Fabric, Auntie Anne’s Pretzels and a Movie theater.

Give us a reason to spend our money in our neighborhood.

Retired by David N., Oct 29, 2020

I remember this mall when I was 4 back in 1962 . It had a Gimbols a movie theater that I saw Mary Poppins with my family . A model train shop with brass locomotives on display .It had a center strip green court with a retaining wall that I would run on . It seems everything from my youth is gone. Sad.

Not impressed, not my first choice for shopping by NrsC, Oct 7, 2020

I remember Cheltenham mall from back in the day when I lived in the area. Now I’m back and I didn’t think the new stores were actually “the mall” until my sister told me. I’m not at all impressed or excited to shop at this so called mall so I go to Willow Grove, KOP or the Limerick premium outlets when I want to shop for clothes for me and my daughter.

Homemaker by Williams, Jun 17, 2020

I thought it would be better when they built the new mall. But it isn’t, suggesting add a Trader Joe’s, dollar tree,take Burlington away and replace with Ross or Sams or Cosco. Do Not put a Buffet here please! Also a easier walk way to Target should have been made! Many walk over to Mall that live near.

Mother of 3 by Lady R, Apr 4, 2019

Not really happy with the “new mall”…so many gaps just empty feels like a ghost town and I was hoping for more upscale stores and stores for larger sized women. I would love to see Macy’s, Torrid, The Avenue, Ashely Stewart… Maybe add Trader’s Joe to the shopping center or Mini Apple Store something that Apple related I’m glad you added the urgent care that is awesome now we can stay within our community One more restaurant would be nice Iron Hill Brewery / Olive Gardens / Animo Juice and Burrito Bar Bowling Alley? Something for family fun… Black-owned businesses would be a huge plus +++

Santa Project by Chris Walter, Oct 27, 2018

We are wondering if the Harrison’s Studios coming back to do the Santa Project for Christmas.

WE can do better for our neighborhood! Keep trying by D’vorah Horn-Greenberg, Oct 13, 2018

Good start but I agree with many commenters, the neighborhood could use and can support so many more, Michael’s, staples, Apple store, and so many suggested above, there is plenty of room and lots of hard working people who do not want to run to Willow grove and G-d help me never to King of Prussia. And yes, trader Joes would be amazing.

Movie Theater by S D Overton, Sep 4, 2018

I thought there would be a movie theater in the new mall, Is that still possible?

Educator by Ms R, Jul 17, 2018

not impressed by the store lined up, all of these stores are cheap with cheap items, but then I guess it’s good economically for the population that lives in that area. I guess I’ll continue to go to Willow Grove Mall, Cherry Hill Mall, King of Prussia Mall.

l so many other malls have a better merchant selection.

Ms. by Camille Ausberry, Jun 5, 2018

I am in my 30’s professional woman I get what the critics are saying on here regarding the new stores. I also understand the process it takes to get a lease signed with a reputable retail establishment. What I think the public is asking from this area of Harding working families, We would appreciate some higher end Retail shoppes. Such as Nordstrom’s Rack, Zara, H&M, Gap, Trader Joe’s would be great, Apple store etc. Please make some recommendations I know they are skeptical at the end of the day we have to shop the store we are asking for they are not going to place a store there to fail

Disappointed by Kim, May 9, 2018

The new list of stores is disappointing to say the least. 🙁 I guess I’ll keep going to Willow Grove Mall.




I am excited for this new outside mall by Leecey prime, Apr 10, 2018

I see that other reviewers are upset because no Macy’s or other higher end stores are involved. For me , I don’t care ! I don’t want a bunch of clothing stores ! Fashion isn’t my style , I’m excited to have a GameStop , auntie Anne’s pretzels , hot topic , and some other stores on the list! I hope a movie theater is involved , but I guess not …. I mean sure , some stores could be replaced with a better one , but I’m just happy that this place is getting a new style . 😀 the people that want the high end fashion stores must be a little older than me , I’m 21 with no interest in fashion or bags . Old navy is fine by me !

Renovation Cheltenham Mall by C. M. Browne, Apr 8, 2018

I agree with Y. R. Williams nothing new or upscale. I did see Marshalls and Old Navy but they were not on the list, but not really upscale. Even discount stores like the Rack, Off 5th Ave and others, would have been a change Seem like the same old same old.

Renovation Cheltenham Mall by Yvette R Williams, Feb 27, 2018

I’ve just looked through the coming stores and I see that this new mall is no better than it’s predecessor. What about stores like Macys, White House Black Market, Disney Store, a few nice dress shops, Lane Bryant’s, Aeropostale, Anne Taylor, Brighton, Bose, Clarks, Cole Hann, some upscale leather store. How about something other than Sneakers, Hair, Conway (which by the way is trash), Rainbow, Anna’s Linens, Dollar Stores. I mean Gee I thought that you were trying to bring in some more upscale clientele, not just the same old people from the hood. I really don’t see this a any better than before.

Regent Arcade shopping Centre, Cheltenham

Timber sash windows by Mumford & Wood, the specialist manufacturer of period windows and door systems, have been incorporated in the renovation and remodelling of the Regent Arcade shopping Centre in Cheltenham.   The year-long frontage redevelopment was delivered by main contractor Willmott Dixon for client Canada Life, and was part of a £20million makeover for the centre.

The three-storey centre, reported to be the Cotswold’s premier shopping destination hub, is set in the heart of the town linking the main High Street to Cheltenham’s promenade and is home to the towns’ famous Wishing Fish Clock.  Some buildings were completely demolished and the High Street entrance has received a newly clad façade of Bath stone.  These extensive works were carried out while existing shops remained open and trading, necessitating that 90% of the work was carried out during the night. The 185,000sqft shopping centre attracts 100,000 visitors a week and offers over 60 shops and a wide variety of restaurants and cafes.  Planning permission for the work was granted in 2008.

The town is famous for its Regency architecture and is said to be ‘the most complete Regency town in England’ and many buildings are listed.

  Bespoke, high performance timber sash windows from Mumford & Wood’s Conservation™ collection were architecturally specified by Chapman Taylor LLP, London W2, and have been installed at first and second floor levels of the Arcade.  Chapman Taylor specialises in urban regeneration, retail and leisure.  These award-winning, high performance timber sash windows satisfied the stringent requirements of local planners and are BSI A+ energy rated ensuring the comfort of customers and staff in an open-plan store layout.  This rating offers the highest level of thermal performance and achieves a U-value that exceeds the requirements of the new Part L Building Regulations 2013 which will be implemented in Spring 2014.  Conservation™ products carry the BSI Kitemark and are Energy Saving Trust (EST) recommended.

Manufactured from engineered and sustainably sourced clear-grade timber, Conservation™ products are available with a choice of profile styles, opening configurations and glazing options.   This comprehensive range includes co-ordinated casement windows and special shapes, French doors, bi-folding and entrance doors.  A beautiful range of roof lanterns is a recent addition.

Conservation™ products are now internally glazed for improved aesthetics and security and together with high quality multipoint locking systems qualify for Secured by Design accreditation providing increased security and peace of mind.  A wide range of glass unit sizes up to 24mm as standard will accommodate the new triple glazed system while the slim 12mm box sash unit achieves an original putty glazed appearance.

The Regent Arcade scheme incorporated a completely new glass roof that required  the construction of one of the longest temporary roofs in the country.  An extensive scaffolding system was in place to act as a crash deck and special care had to be taken to ensure the £400,000 Wishing Fish Clock continued to function.  In conjunction with the new roof, the Arcade had an entirely new marble floor, existing lifts and escalators were updated and all internal cladding was either replaced or repainted.

The Regent Arcade was once the home of Regent Motors on Regent Street, and the area is famous not only for its fashionable spa since the mineral springs were discovered in 1716 but also the flagship event of British steeplechase horse racing at the annual Cheltenham Festival. Regent Arcade was originally opened by Anne, Princess Royal in 1985.

Melrose Shopping Center – 55 West Cheltenham Avenue, Cheltenham, PA


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  • Purchase Date 19 Jul, 1999
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  • Property Tax in 2021-2022 $265,623
  • Market Value $4,111,190
  • Assessed Value $4,111,190

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What is the total square footage of Melrose Shopping Center?

Melrose Shopping Center totals 115,432 square feet.

When was this property built?

Melrose Shopping Center was built in 1960.

When was Melrose Shopping Center last sold?

Melrose Shopping Center was last sold on 19 Jul, 1999.

What is the property tax for Melrose Shopping Center?

The property tax for Melrose Shopping Center in 2021-2022 was $265,623.

What is the market value for Melrose Shopping Center?

The market value for Melrose Shopping Center in 2021-2022 was $4,111,190.

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