From mom-and-pop shops to luxury brands you won't find anywhere else in the region, retail reigns supreme in King of Prussia.
160 N. Gulph Road
King of Prussia Mall
A crown jewel in Simon Property Group’s portfolio, the King of Prussia Mall welcomes over 20M people to its 450+ retailers and 30+ eateries each year. Always evolving, King of Prussia Mall has quadrupled in size to 2.8M SF since its opening in 1963. The retail giant, which boasts annual sales in excess of $1.1B, plans to redevelop the former JCPenney site among other significant redevelopment and leasing changes.
Offering an urban vibe with suburban ease, King of Prussia Town Center attracts hordes of eager shoppers and diners drawn to its main street appeal and year-round events. Anchored by Wegman’s and nestled in the middle of The Village at Valley Forge, just steps from Main Line Health, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Anthology King of Prussia and nine of KOP’s most popular apartment communities, it’s no wonder that Town Center is a hot spot.
Located in the heart of KOP on DeKalb Pike, this shopping center is anchored by Target, Michael’s Craft Store and Bed Bath & Beyond and is also home to locally-owned eateries Peppers by Amedeo’s and the King of Prussia Diner and Wild Rooster Bar.
330 W Dekalb Pike
The 101,911 SF outdoor shopping center is home to a wide range of retailers including Bob’s Discount Furniture, Hobby Lobby and new in 2021, Yardbird.
150 Allendale Rd.
Located at the corner of Allendale Road and Dekalb Pike, KOP’s first mixed-use development includes over 126,000 SF of retail, restaurant and office space, in addition to 74 residential apartments across four multistory buildings.
King of Prussia Center
Located at the corner of Henderson Rd. and Dekalb Pk., King of Prussia Center offers a mix of shopping and dining opportunities. Aldi, Deluth Trading Company and Sam Ash headline, joining Subway, Papa John’s, Walgreens and locally-owned Cigar Mojo, among other tenants.