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Where to Shop in Newport News & York County

Posted by: Mira Roberts
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One of the reasons we chose to build Commonwealth in its extraordinary, central location is because we knew it would give our residents' ultimate walkability to everything they need and want. Shopping, dining, entertainment, parks and recreational facilities are all a short walk, bike ride or even shorter drive away.

When our residents need to shop for themselves, their families or for gifts and special occasions, they don't have to go far from home. We pride ourselves on being a quick and hassle-free drive from seriously everything good you need to stock your home. From groceries and beauty supplies to clothing retailers, shoe stores, premium outlets and home furnishing stores, its easy to get your retail therapy on right when you need it when you live at Commonwealth at York.

We recommend that you head out and explore your new neighborhood as soon as you move in to find your new favorite coffee shops, nail salons and grocery stores. When you want to get some serious shopping on, you won't have to do much searching. You can visit any one of these nearby shopping centers and find exactly what you're looking for in no time. Welcome home, and happy shopping!

The Market Place at Tech Center
We're just 2 minutes away from this high-end, brand new shopping center featuring some of your favorite national retailers. From Whole Foods and Stein Mart to Ulta, DSW Shoe Warehouse and Bassett Furniture, you can stock up on wholesome food, grab beauty products, a new pair of shoes for work and the perfect side table to complete your new living space, all in one trip! When you need to shop for little ones, pop into Carter's or Osh Kosh, grab gifts for mom at Hi-Ho Silver and maybe invest in a new bike to explore your neighborhood at Conte's Bike Shop.

Williamsburg Premium Outlets
When you really want to shop until you drop, you can hop in the car and travel a short drive to Williamsburg Premium Outlets for amazing deals on your favorite brand name products. With a spectacular directory of stores including Adidas, Aldo, Banana Republic, Bose, Burberry, Calvin Klein, Coach, Converse, Cole Haan, Gap, Gymboree, J. Crew, Kate Spade, Nike, The North Face, Under Armor and so much more, you simply won't be able to go home empty-handed. Whether you're shopping for gifts, updating your closet or picking up new shoes for your kiddos, you'll have options and great prices.

City Center at Oyster Point
Also a short drive from your front door is luxury shopping center, City Center at Oyster Point. Whether you're shopping for apparel and accessories, home furnishings or gifts, you'll find it all, including some spectacular restaurants to dine in when you need to take a lunch break. Shops like Ann Taylor Loft, The Mole Hole and Sisters Unique are local favorites for clothes, gifts and chotchkes. Grab lunch at Taste Unlimited, a fresh coffee at Aromas or a custom pizza and craft beer at MyPi Pizza while you're at it.

Patrick Henry Mall
Just off Jefferson Avenue in Newport News, Patrick Henry Mall is the place to go when you want the ultimate Mall shopping experience. Major department store retailers like Macy's, Dillard's and JC Penny are your one stop shop for clothes, gifts and houseware items. Specialty shops like Express, Bath and Body Works, Foot Locker, Old Navy and Pandora have the specific products you use every day and love, and are easy to get to in this conveniently designed mall. Shop with friends on the weekends, or after work for a quick retail therapy fix, and be home in time for a quick workout and dinner.

 

 

 

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Mira Roberts

Mira Roberts studied writing at New York University, graduating with a BA in English Literature before pursuing a career in media, marketing and management with PARADE Magazine, Portfolio Magazine, AltDaily, skirt! and lululemon athletica. A full time mother, writing instructor and part-time freelance writer, Mira lives and laughs with her family in Norfolk, VA. 

 

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