Nearly a third of the shops, restaurants, and services in SouthPark are locally owned. Adventure through the neighborhood’s various shopping districts and discover the almost 100 local foodie, fashion, and fitness finds that make the neighborhood shine.
The newest mixed-use development in SouthPark, Apex SouthPark is an innovative and distinctive district featuring Element SouthPark luxury apartments in two towers, the175-room Hyatt Centric hotel, SouthPark Church, and ground-floor retail and restaurants. The development, which opened in 2020, is located across from SouthPark Mall and within Sharon Road, Morrison Boulevard, and Coltsgate Road. In addition to popular national brands like Snooze an A.M. Eatery, Just Salad, Tiff’s Treats, Steak 48, and more, Apex is also home to home-grown businesses and services to enjoy.
Morrison is a mixed-use specialty shopping center located at the intersection of Sharon and Colony roads that originally opened in 2006. Anchored by Barnes & Noble, the main street-style district is also home to an array of local boutiques, restaurants, and experiences as well as SouthPark Morrison and Inspire apartment homes.
Located across the street from SouthPark Mall and off of Carnegie Boulevard, Morrocroft Village opened in the early 1990s featuring both national retailers and local boutique shops. The shopping district is anchored by Harris Teeter’s flagship store (often called the “Taj Ma Teeter”), which opened in 1993. It is also anchored by tenants like Jos A. Bank Clothiers and ABC Spirits.
Phillips Place opened in 1997 as one of the first mixed-use villages in the city featuring shops, restaurants, a hotel, and apartments all in one area. The beautiful open-air streetscapes are home to more than 25 specialty shops and restaurants, with nearly a third being locally owned.
Piedmont Town Center opened in 2006 as a mixed-use development creating SouthPark’s first urban cluster featuring two office towers, 179 private condos, two parking decks, and ground-floor retail and restaurants, all radiating out from the feature plaza, water fountain, and roundabout. The community, with the main entrance on Fairview Road, was created as a dedicated destination to live, work, eat, and play in SouthPark, which it has served as dutifully for nearly two decades. It regularly hosts community events and is a go-to destination in SouthPark for both business and pleasure and features a stellar lineup of both national and locally owned shops, restaurants, and services.
Located on the corner of Sharon and Fairview road, Sharon Corners is a two-story shopping center featuring a diverse mix of merchants and restaurants. While Sharon Corners is located across from popular SouthPark Mall, the shopping center actually came first, being built about a decade before the mall in 1961. Previously named Sharon Shopping Center, the strip mall underwent renovations, upgrades, and additions in 1993 to accommodate the growth in the area. The conveniently located and welcoming shops are home to national retailers like HomeGoods and Men’s Wearhouse but are also anchored by locally owned franchises and small businesses that are creating special experiences and products for their customers.
Located in between the Terraces at SouthPark and Phillips Place with entrances on Fairview and Sharons roads, Sharon Square is a mixed-used development made up of a distinctive roster of restaurants, shops, offices and apartments. Whole Foods Market opened in Sharon Square in 2012 and was followed by Solis Sharon Square apartments, SunTrust Bank’s regional headquarters, and more stores and restaurants in 2014. The inviting and walkable community is home to several local specialty shops and culinary concepts.
An anchor of the neighborhood, SouthPark Mall opened in 1970 with Belk, Sears, and Ivey’s as the main department stores. A fourth wing was added to the mall in 1988. In 2002, Simon Property Group acquired SouthPark Mall and began extensive updates and renovations. Symphony Park also opened next to SouthPark Mall the same year. Since the early 2000s, the mall has added many new brands and luxury stores to its offerings, establishing itself as a premier shopping center in the Southeast. The high-fashion shopping destination is now home to more than 150 stores, including several locally owned shops, eateries, and services.
The Specialty Shops SouthPark has been providing sophisticated and refined shopping and dining experiences to the neighborhood since 1979. The beautifully landscaped outdoor shopping center is located at the intersection of Roxborough Road and Carnegie Boulevard and brings a Palm Beach vibe to the heart of SouthPark. The shopping district was acquired by Hill Partners in 2014, who led a renovation in 2015 to enhance the shopping center while furthering the concept's original commitment to providing SouthPark with a unique specialty retail experience. Home to a mix of national retailers and privately owned boutiques and restaurants, the Specialty Shops is a special place to support local.
Located next to Whole Foods, Terraces at SouthPark is a smaller shopping area in SouthPark situated near the intersection of Sharon and Fairview roads. The two-story strip mall was built in 1999 and is home to national brands like FedEx Office, Mattress Firm, Jimmy John’s, and Banfield Pet Hospital as well as a few local small businesses providing one-of-a-kind services.