The Shops at Ithaca Mall is an enclosed shopping mall located in Lansing, New York, just north of the city of Ithaca. The mall is situated in the junction between NYS Route 13 and North Triphammer Road. With a range of national chain stores and a food court, The Shops at Ithaca Mall caters to the Tompkins County and Cortland County region.
Anchored by Sears, Target, and Bon-Ton, the center hosts national retailers such as Best Buy, Borders, Dick's Sporting Goods, Old Navy, Gap, American Eagle, Radio Shack, Kirkland's, JB Robinson Jewelers, Verizon, Bath & Body Works, Victoria's Secret, Kay Jewelers, and Regal Cinemas
The county's largest and newest theater, Regal Cinemas, expanded in 2007 to 14 screens, stadium seating theater with digital surround sound. Showtimes and Tickets
According to the Ithaca Journal, an annex for cat adoption has a "Kid's Corner" with picture books, stuffed animals, and adoptable cats and kittens. There is also a Story Hour for pre-school aged children that is free to the public.
The Shops at Ithaca Mall's food court features casual dining at Friendly's, Subway, Easy Wok, Arby's, Sicilian Delight Pizzeria, Auntie Anne's, and Cajun Cafe.
"Create Your Wedding Day" Wedding Expo
The Shops at Ithaca Mall hosted the "Create Your Wedding Day" Wedding Expo at 4pm on February 7, 2009.
According to the Lansing Star, the winning couple received "a wedding gown from Nancy's Bridal , his & hers 14K white gold wedding bands from Perrywinkle's Fine Jewelry, flowers from Wildflowers Florist, a wedding cake from Just Desserts, Wedding Photography from Renee Marquis, a reception from The Lake Watch Inn, a package of wedding gifts, and the Cayuga Radio Group DJs as their wedding party."
Situated in the junction between NYS Route 13 and North Triphammer Road.
The center is surrounded by institutions of higher education. The five nearby colleges combine for a population of close to 40,000 students.
The area is home to 5 colleges, two of which are located within less than 10 miles; Cornell University and Ithaca College.
The Ithaca trade area is serviced by highways and state roads. These roadways include, but are not limited to, I-81, I-86 (NYS 17), I-96, NYS 13, NYS 34, and NYS 38.
Bus service within the area includes Greyhound Lines, Coach USA Shortline, Chemung County Transit and Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit(TCAT). TCAT makes regular service stops at the center's entryways an average of 3 times per hour and picks up directly from Cornell University's campus and the Ithaca Commons.
TCAT Bus Stop Link
Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport is located 2 miles east of the center. With daily service to major United States cities, the airport serves more than 170,000 annually.