Popular malls in Pennsylvania include King of Prussia in the town of King of Prussia, Oxford Valley Mall in Langhorne and Century III Mall in West Mifflin. These three malls provide a wide range of retail, entertainment and dining facilities on multiple building levels.
King of Prussia consists of two levels, each comprised of a court and a plaza. Some of the stores take up portions of both levels, such as Macy's and Bloomingdale's. The lower court has a Yankee Candle, New Balance, Jay Street Video Games, Pottery Barn Kids and Cheesecake Factory, as of 2015. The upper court includes Hometown China and Banana Republic. The upper and lower plaza segments are more spacious than the court sections.
Oxford Valley Mall has two levels, with Sears, Macy's and J.C. Penney Co. each taking a portion of both floors. Additional businesses include the Walking Company, The Children's Place, George's Cards and Collectibles, Taco Palace and Master Wok.
Century III Mall has a spacious level one and level two but a smaller level three. Each level further divides into zones. Sample stores are the Kids Foot Locker, New Dimension Comics and Verizon Wireless. Cold Cow Ice Cream, Italian Village Pizza and Old Mexico Restaurant are among the eatery options within the mall.