Rejuvenated in 1992, Regency Square offers shoppers 170 shops, including anchor stores—Dillard's, Sears, Belk and ... More
Regency Square Mall
Rejuvenated in 1992, Regency Square offers shoppers 170 shops, including anchor stores—Dillard's, Sears, Belk and JC Penney. The single level offers shoppers plenty of other diversions as well, with special events occurring regularly and a two-story food court for the starved. There is an AMC Theater, where shoppers can park non-shoppers. At the 'City Hall in the Mall' kiosk, visitors can access city-related government services, such as job opportunities, voter registration and even free internet access.
I live within two miles of the Regency Mall but drive to The Avenues because it's clean and safer. The hoodlums who are allowed to hang around Regency with their loud, blaring music need to be run off if they plan to keep this mall open. The ghetto culture of this mall keep any upstanding shoppers going down Southside to the safer option, THE AVENUES MALL.
One of the worse mall in Jacksonville. Although I love the size of the mall, it is full of provacative style stores. Full of rude YOUTH. Now guys, I am NOT racist (for people who think im aiming this toward minorites) or biased at all, but obviously this mall attracts more of Jacksonville's lower class citizens, as well as OP mall which has a lot of rude YOUTH (despite the fact that it is a fairly nice mall), while Avenues and St Johns Town Center attracts more of the upper class crowd. Overall, this mall is deffinently needs to be rejuvinated and needs an upgrade in sercurity.
**Rumor has it that they are planning on converting this mall into a mixed use mall, which includes commercial and residential use somewhat like the St Johns Town Center, which is greatly needed to revitalize this part of the city**
I LOVE Regency Mall! Its near my house (in Arlington). I can get all my shopping done in ONE place! I hit up Sephora in JcPenneys then head over to New York and Co (my fav), then let the kids at the train for a minute or two (only $2!!) then I hit the health food store bath and body, then the food court, they just had A&D buffalos open up and they have the BEST gyro (I love their tiziki(sp?) sauce!), I HAVE to get the kids a pretzel, then of course off to the play area in the west mall and if the older kids are behaving i let them lose at Lunar Golf! AND when i was walking through doing my weekly shopping, someone gave me FREE train tokens! Woo Hoo!! I'd recommend this mall to anyone.
First, to clear things up, this mall is not "ghetto". Have you lived, been to, seen a ghetto? The word "mall" and the word "ghetto" aren't even supposed to be in the same sentence. Don't group certain people under the same title.
Some complain about the teens. You will find teenagers in every mall in America. Us teens like to go to the mall. If you don't want us there, show up on weekdays: most of us are at school. Also, we aren't all dropouts / evil / trying to steal your purse. We can see how your expression hardens when we walk by.
This mall may not have an upper-class selection like the Avenues Mall or the St. Johns Town Center. They have the basics (JCPenney, Old Navy, Belk, etc.) but not really any specialty stores. If you want to go buy Vera Bradley bags or Swarovski crystals, try St. Johns Town Center. The surrounding area of Regency has been going downhill. Drive by and you see For Lease signs everywhere.
Overall, the Regency Square Mall is a great place for getting what you need and nothing else. I recommend to people who live in town, but not people who are just traveling.
Thank you for reading.
the most trashy, dirty and unprofessional nail shop you'll ever go to. everybody there acts as if they're irritated and underpaid. they're also very gossipy and rude. the manager there is the worse. do not pay your money to this nail shop.
i had the worse customer service eperience in my LIFE there. so bad that i filed a complain with the BB.
we've had a shop here for going on 4 years now and couldnt complain at all....yea there are teenagers there on the weekends but thats going to be at any mall...remember regency was our first enclosed mall in jacksonville ...instead of trashing it why not help it out ....support regency...it's alittle bit of our history...believe me if people didnt feel safe here then why is there still groups of people walking the mall for excersise...and mothers bringing there children to play at the kiddie areas...i mean dont get me wrong it would be nice for regency to do alittle bit of a makeover with new paint etc. but it's still a nice place to shop at.
I work at Regency Square Mall. It is a Tuesday night and there are three groups of people here. Group # 1 is yelling (not singing) spiritual hymns and running through the mall. Group # 2 has its jeans down to its ankles showing their boxers anc crip walking. Group # 3 is leaving as it sees that the only people that are in this mall are those that have to hold their crotch when they walk.
I am pretty sure this is not normal at all malls. This mall is in Jacksonville, FL, although it feels like Compton.
People I think need 2 stop judgeing Regency Mall as a "Ghetto way" beacuse really do you even know wat ghetto is? Yea that mall might be like that. But think u need 2 look at everyones culture. Now i am not sayin that ghetto is a culture but in a way it is. and i think its a wonderful mall and i dont have a problem with it. its a good place 2 go. and yes friday nights and saturday r crowded but most malls r and just like the movies and other places..teens r goin 2 go out so repect that.and respect that people cant have everything and u cant judge people on how they look.its wrong! but it your choice
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