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We visited the Under Armor store on 9/1/18. We checked out at 2:02 pm transaction #045136. When we got to the checkout there were 2 girls behind the counter. A blond and a brunette. Their name tags were turned around so I couldn't see names....More
This place is like others have mentioned- mainly a ghost town. Divided into sections, some sections have only a few stores, with the rest being empty storefronts. So sad, at one time this was the place to go. How any stores are staying in business...More
At one point this was a great location but no development occurred around this outlet mall. It is now failing and I’m not sure it can recover. The outlet mall in Columbus is going to put this me out of business. I agree with others...More
The developers of this outlet mall clearly thought about including aspects that would be interesting to those who don't just want to shop. Trains are the theme, and the outlet has a real working, rideable (smaller) train that kids will love. It is true, there...More
It's been years since we visited the outlets & made a stop on our way home. WOW, half the storefronts are empty. I know what it was like when it was full & this is sad. Exterior, walkways & road/parking lot are in sad shape....More
Half the storefronts were empty. It was kind of sad because you could see how nice it probably was during its hayday. The train looked cool for kids but it was not running. Typical outlet prices, just a little less than retail. It's a good...More
We live in Atlanta Georgia and still visit north Ohio due to family:) The Lodi outlets is a shadow of what it once was:( Now it’s called Ohio Station outlets. Being from Ohio, the weather is not a plus when trying to shop outdoors:( The...More