I have a young family and just moved to the area about 3 months ago. We love this mall. It really is a smaller version of the Schaumberg mall. This mall is perfectly sized for a young family. It is not to large yet not to small...we actually got a little lost in the mall so yeah it is big enough. My little one loves the carousel. Not to mention it is a double decker....NICE. I also would like to mention that this mall has a lot of thing that kids would like....GLOW Golf a huge tower flower thing to climb for the kids. Also a very cool new furniture store called "American Eagle Furniture"..WOW super nice modern funiture at awesome prices. My wife and I are planning on buying a leather sectional from this place. No one hase furniture like this to offer.
I was disappointed to see that humongous carousel down in the eating area. Thank goodness the sound was not playing on "Black Friday"! It seems to me there is a better place for that thing, rather than in the dining area. People without kids and older folks (with more money than younger families!!) do not appreciate it there.
There is a carousel at Charlestown Mall in St. Charles in the dining area, too, and it is so noisey that it is unpleasant to dine there. That's why we do't frequent that mall any more. If the sound is ordinarily on, we will not dine there.
There is also a carousel in Gurnee Mills but it is NOT in the dining area. It is much more pleasant to be able to visit while dining there with friends.
It seems so many businesses are trying to lure young families to their places of business, to the detriment of older, more sophisticated shoppers. And many children these days are so unruly and noisey, making it very unpleasant for those of us who like to shop with less noise in the surroundings.
ALSO, you have removed the numbers from the light poles in the parking area! This is a VERY BIG mistake! That is how most people remember where their cars are parked. Why did you do such a stupid thing! Must have been a man in charge. You guys can really goof things up! PLEASE put the numbers back up on the light poles.
I don't see a big improvement in Fox Valley since Westfield took over.
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