Franklin Mills Mall Information
The Franklin Mills Mall is located in downtown Philadelphia, approximately 14 miles from Center City, and borders on the outer edge of Bucks County. The Franklin Mills Malls official address is: 1455 frank mills Cir, Philadelphia, PA 19154. Franklin Mills covers a whooping area of 1.75 million square feet. The mall is home to over 190 stores and two food courts.
Franklin Mills has a hub of 12 fast food counters, 3-4 restaurants and 11 specialty eateries. The famous names include Hunnies Cinnamon, Candy World, Dave and Buster’s, Japan Express salad bar and Ruby Tuesday's.
The mall is anchored by sixteen stores. Some examples of stores include The Burlington Coat Factory, JC Penney’s, Last Call Neiman Marcus, Marshall’s Home Goods, Steve and Berry’s University Sportswear and Off 5th - Saks Fifth Avenue Outlet. Some other stores include Bath and body works, Sears Appliance, Gap Outlet, Wilson Leather Outlet, Tommy Hilfiger and H&M.
The parking at the Franklin mills is free of cost and is ample and open (not covered).
The mall is open from 10am - 9pm on weekdays. On weekends it opens at 11am and closes at 6pm. Franklin Mills Mall is visited by approximately 17 million people a year. The mall is a vital tourist attraction in Pennsylvania. The mall is built in a single level.
The Mills Mall was named after Benjamin Franklin and his kite and key experiment. The mall is built in style of a thunderbolt laid on paper. The entrances of the mall are color themed with the corresponding neighborhoods. A kite hangs in front of the mall with a thunderbolt sign at the base that is a key signature of the mall.
The mall has everything for all members of the family of any age. There is cool play area for kids and diaper stations all over the mall. Strollers are also available for rent from Macy's at just $5, refunds $1 on return.
There is a 14 screen movie theater at the mall. There are other great venues like Dave and Buster's. Some other local attractions include the Katherine Drexel Mission Center and Shrine, Historic New Hope, Bucks County Visitor's Center and the Neshaminy State Park.
The mall is owned and managed by Simon property group.The mall was built by the mills group in 1998. Later it was acquired by the Simon property group. Before the mall was build, the famous race track Liberty Bell Park was on these same grounds.
To obtain information about job opportunities you can log on to mall's official website www.franklinmillmall.com and browse through the offered posts or you can go to the mall itself and apply at the stores you are interested in working for.