Browse and buy at the first indoor shopping mall created in El Paso, the Bassett Place Mall. Major stores, restaurants and boutiques mean you'll definitely find something during an all-day shopping spree.
Bassett Place Mall opened in 1962 as the very first shopping center in El Paso. Here, regional shoppers can always find something new and exciting to suit every taste.
Since it first opened, Basset Place Mall has undergone major improvements to serve the area's shoppers. The mall was originally an outdoor shopping center and was enclosed in 1973. Substantial improvements have created an even better shopping experience. In fact, the mall was renovated, expanded and updated in 1996, 2004 and 2007.
Whether you're looking for fashion, food or entertainment, you'll find it at Bassett Mall.
Major stores include Costco, Marshall's, Ross and Target. Round out your shopping experience by visiting the dozens of specialty shops like Rack Room Shoes, David's Bridal, GameStop and FYE.
New restaurants are opening in the location, with El Taco Tote as the latest entry.
The mall is conveniently located near the El Paso International Airport and the Bridge of the Americas
Shop the super-regional mall of El Paso, the Cielo Vista Mall. You'll find more than 145 stores while shopping here, including two Dillard's department stores, specialty shops and a huge food court.
Cielo Vista Mall offers the largest shopping experience in the El Paso area, with its five large anchor stores and more than 140 specialty shops. The super-regional mall has more than 1 million square feet of retail space after undergoing a massive renovation in 2005.
The Mall rises from the east side of the Franklin Mountains and boasts two Dillard's department stores, a JCPenny, Sears and Macy's.
Upper-end specialty stores draw a host of national and international shoppers. The stores include Abercrombie & Fitch, Banana Republic, bebe, Build-A-Bear Workshop, Chico's, Coach, Starbucks Coffee, Swarovski, and Michael Kors.
The extensive food court keeps shoppers fueled and ready for more retail therapy. Food counters include Chick-fil-A , Hot Dog On a Stick, Ruby Thai, McDonald's, Philly Roadhouse and Cinnabon.
Live, taste and breathe Mexico while shopping at Mercado Mayapan, an authentic Mexican Mercado featuring the works of local and immigrant women who offer fresh groceries, dry goods, household items, artisan crafts and food.
Sunland Park Mall is the place to shop, dine and play on the west side of El Paso. More than 130 specialty stores and restaurants give this shopping mall its special flair, drawing shoppers from around the region.
Sunland Park Mall is a sister mall to Cielo Vista Mall, and is slightly smaller. Its location is extremely convenient for regional shoppers because the mall is less than 5 miles from both the Mexican border and from New Mexico.
Sunland Park Mall is a regional shopping mecca located on El Paso's west side and features five anchor stores and more than 130 specialty shops.
The anchor stores in Sunland Park Mall are two Dillard's, Sears, Macy's and Forever 21.
The specialty stores include American Eagle Outfitters, Bath & Body Works, Gap, GapKids, Hollister Co., Hot Topic, New York & Company, Nestle Tollhouse, Old Navy, PacSun, P.F. Chang's China Bistro and Pier 1 Imports.
The mall has nearly 1 million square feet of retail space, and was built in 1988