Shopping In Macomb
From big box to boutique, there are more than 2,900 retailers in Macomb County.
Nearly 1,600 independently-owned and operated retail establishments offer an eclectic mix of merchandise, ranging from antiques & collectibles to yard & garden. Our interactive map of Macomb’s independent retailers will help you find your new favorite place to browse.
Shop Fresh. You’ll find a bounty of good food at our 275 grocery stores, nine you-pick farms, eight cider mills, seven community-sponsored farmers markets and countless roadside stands.
Shop Malls. Three regional centers are here for your shopping pleasure. Each offers a unique experience that may include finding a great bargain, seeing a movie or playing a game, enjoying a good meal or good old people-watching.
Macomb’s newest mall is located on Hall Road (M-59) just east of Garfield and features more than 90 shops and restaurants. Anchors include Carson’s and Nordstom. Added amenities include bocce ball courts, free Wi-Fi, play area, giant TV court and a massive outdoor fireplace. Dog-friendly, many of its merchants are happy to pamper your well-behaved pooch!
17420 Hall Rd | Clinton Township, MI 48038
also on Hall Road (M-59) just east of Van Dyke, this long-time community staple offers more than 150 stores and restaurants on two levels and a children’s play area. Anchors include Sears, Macy’s, JCPenney and Lord & Taylor.
14000 Lakeside Circle | Sterling Heights, Michigan 48313
Located on Gratiot Road, south of 14 Mile Road, this 900,000 square foot mall includes anchors Kohl’s, Old Navy, Sears and Babies R Us. See the newest movie at the 8-screen Silver Cinema.
32233 Gratiot Avenue | Roseville, MI 48066
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