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Deer Park Town Center

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Deer Park Town Center

Coordinates: 42°9′41.75″N 88°3′15″W / 42.1615972°N 88.05417°W / 42.1615972; -88.05417 Deer Park Town Center is an upscale lifestyle center in the Northwest suburb of Deer Park, Illinois, situated at the southwest corner of U.S. Highway 12 (Rand Road) and Long Grove Road, just north of Lake Cook Road. It is a one-level, open air lifestyle shopping center of red brick with off-white drivit neutral piers, towers, dormers, graphic accents, varied light fixtures and roof lighting throughout the center. The shopping center consists of over 70 retailers and restaurants, spread across 386,000 square feet (35,900 m2). Key retailers include Apple, Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Bath & Body Works, Crate & Barrel, Century Theatre, J. Crew, Pottery Barn, Talbots, Vera Bradley and Victoria’s Secret. Deer Park Town Center is flanked by a selection of fine national restaurants including; Biaggi’s Ristorante, California Pizza Kitchen, La Hacienda,Red Robin, and Stoney River. The footprint of Deer Park Town Center shows a long sweep of retail facing Rand Road, with convenient parking close to stores.Its construction generated further retail development of the Rand Road corridor and marked the first major commerce for the Deer Park and Kildeer communities, which were small bedroom communities without any kind of commerce prior to the center's construction. The center generates considerable traffic from throughout the northwest suburbs, primarily in the Barrington, Lake Zurich, Long Grove, Palatine, and Buffalo Grove communities, and from farther places as well. The center focuses on stores that sell upscale clothing, along with high-end furniture and home decor.



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