The Church Street Marketplace or Burlington Town Center is a partially enclosed shopping mall located in Burlington, Vermont.There are about 86 storefronts. The Church Street Marketplace Commission manages the pedestrian mall, while the enclosed mall is managed by General Growth Properties. It contains 289,156 square feet (26,863.5 m2) on two stories, making it Vermont's fourth biggest mall. There are 49 shops including the state's only Macy's department store. It has 167,018 square feet (15,516.5 m2) of finished space.
The much larger pedestrian mall is a four-block section of Church Street in the heart of the city. Major retailers on the pedestrian mall includes five national chain stores; as well as local retailers of clothing, home-wares, and other goods. It is the site of festivals throughout the year. Events such as the South End Art Hop and public galleries such as The Firehouse Gallery and Pine Street Art Works, provide a forum for the visual arts.
The American Planning Association named the Church Street Marketplace one of America's "Great Public Spaces" for 2008. The enclosed mall has multiple entrances, the main entrance is located on Church St. between Cherry St. and Bank St. Major retailers in the enclosed mall include six national chain stores as well as some other smaller local retailers.