Beachwood Place is a shopping mall located in Beachwood, Ohio, an affluent Greater Cleveland suburb roughly 10 miles from downtown Cleveland. It is accessible from I-271 and within close proximity to I-480 and offers 140 stores.
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Beachwood Place Mall Phone : +1 216-464-9460
Email : N/A
Weekdays hours: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Weekends hours: 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Beachwood Place Mall Address : 26300 Cedar Rd, Beachwood, Ohio 44122, USA
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Beachwood Place Regular Business Hours
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Beachwood Place Mall holiday hours
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Directions and locations to Beachwood Place: 26300 Cedar Rd, Beachwood, Ohio 44122.
Products & Services of Beachwood Place
Lost and Found
Mobile Device Charging Station
Soft Seating Area
UPS Drop Off
Fed Ex Drop Off
About Beachwood Place Shopping Center
Beachwood Place was developed by The Rouse Company. The developer invested over a decade of time in studies and planning to create an upscale fashion center for wealthy people in Cleveland. Beachwood Place opened in August 1978. When it first opened, it was anchored by Higbee’s and Saks Fifth Avenue and included 110 specialty shops. It was Saks’ first Ohio store. Beachwood Place was unique in its award-winning design, with winding staircases. The mall found success as area shoppers slowly abandoned nearby malls such as Randall Park Mall and Severance Town Center as well as retail outlets in Downtown Cleveland.