Regal Cinema - UA Circle Centre 9
- General Info:
- Located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis just south of Monument Circle, Circle Centre Mall is a prime retail, dining and entertainment destination for conventioneers, tourists, and the growing downtown residential population. Circle Centre Mall features over 100 retailers including the anchor store Carson Pirie Scott, movie entertainment at the United Artist Theaters, and eight sit-down restaurants offering some of the city's best date-night experiences. Twelve hotels connected to Circle Centre Mall and the proximity to the city's arts and culture makes Circle Centre Mall a hub for Indianapolis traffic.
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TollFree: (877) 835-5734
Posted: 8/5/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I like this mall alot. Especially the clear glass part of the mall where you look down at the cars and see everything going on around you. It's really cool. I love it. It's a huge mall. And a great place to go with friends. Whenever I go back to my hometown, this is the first place I wanna go!
Posted: 10/16/2008Provided by Citysearch -
To the person that doesn't know where to park downtown, and can't figure it out...those BIG SIGNS that say PARKING and point to the garages which are located underneath the entire mall, are where you are supposed to park! It can't get much easier than that! You say you can't figure out how to ""navigate"" the downtown streets, well, they are just like suburban streets, except some are one way! Again, just look for those BIG SIGNS THAT POINT AND SAY ""ONE WAY"". You must not get out much or go to other cities, like Chicago, to shop! Try finding a parking space or garage there that's anywhere near where you want to shop! You don't know how easy we have it here in Indy. This is not a big city! And it's very easy to navigate around it.
Posted: 7/19/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I have been to this mall only twice. It is so neat inside...what a unique mall and what a neat idea! But I don't know how it will survive (I'm frankly surprised it's lasted this long...probably a money pit for the owners). Those who might shop there include hoards from suburbs. But downtown Indianapolis is intimidating enough to drive in--especially given the low tolerance of other drivers for those who are not familiar with the area and who thus don't know 3-4 blocks in advance ""which lane I need to be in"" to get where I'm going (where is that???). And despite extensive searching on the internet, parking information and specifics about how to find parking are severely lacking. I believe that many like me who would love to visit the mall and the Artsgarden simply stay away because of this intimidation and lack of information.
It's too bad really. The mall has been open 10 years, yet still no information about how to negotiate the downtown area. If you would like to test this statement, simply get on the internet using your favorite search engine and look how few returns you get for logical search terms such as ""Artsgarden parking"" or ""Circle Centre Mall parking"" or ""downtown Indianapolis parking"". Granted you might get returns for that last one, but you don't know if you'll be walking a half mile to get to where you want to go. I would recommend that if the mall is to survive, and be profitable, they need to provide details to suburbanites about how to negotiate downtown and parking.