History of Town & Country
In the early 1900s, a cattle farm existed on this piece of property in central Phoenix, Arizona. Fast-forward to around 1959… The Mars family, who owned the cattle farm, signed over a 100-year lease of the property, and the Town & Country open-air shopping mall was built.
Like water in this arid land, much of the history of Town & Country mall has evaporated. No one seems to know who built the original mall, and no one seems to recall who the first tenants were. But two long-time tenants of the mall, G. Darrell Olsen of Jewels by G. Darrell Olson and Fred Vanderlann of Town & Country Roffler Styling Salon provided….
If you need help of any kind while at The Shops at Town & Country, visit the Management Office, located behind Pizzeria Bianco between Loose Leaf Tea Market and SCP Chiropractic. Our friendly staff can answer any questions you might have or help you with directions.
Located behind Pizzeria Bianco between Loose Leaf Tea Market and SCP Chiropractic.
Monday – Friday
8:00am – 5:00pm
For more than 50 years, the historic Shops at Town & Country has been a landmark in Phoenix and remains a true gem in the Valley of the Sun. The Shops at Town & Country is an open-air shopping experience which boasts a loyal customer base, offering a unique collection of national, regional and local shops, restaurants and services.
The Shops at Town & Country features 314,000 square feet of open-air shops and restaurants. Located at 20th Street and Camelback Road, the property sits at the heart of the famed and bustling Camelback Corridor in central Phoenix.
The property features both local and national retailers and restaurants including: The Container Store, Whole Foods, Nordstrom Rack, Trader Joe’s, Nekter Juice Bar, and Paper Source, with an additional 25,000 square feet of retail opening that includes Forever 21’s new concept, F21 Red and Orvis.
For leasing information contact, Sharon Hurd at 602-710-2122.