The Mall at Millenia (commonly called The Millenia Mall) is an upscale contemporary indoor shopping mall located in Orlando, Florida just off of Interstate 4 (exit 78) at Conroy Road near the northern end of International Drive. Opened in 2002, it has over 150 stores, and is anchored by Macy's, Bloomingdale's, and Neiman Marcus. The GLA is 1,118,000 ft² (103,866 m²).
The Mall at Millenia advertises itself as an upscale premium shopping mall, as evidenced by its choice of anchors. Its Macy's was the first in Central Florida, and remains its largest (the other Macy's in Orlando are converted Burdines stores). Bloomingdale's and Neiman Marcus were also regional firsts. Orlando's first Apple Store also opened at the mall. The mall and the surrounding area qualify as Orlando's "Fashion District".
The mall was designed by JPRA Architects and features award-winning lighting by Paul Gregory (Focus Lighting), glass elevators, and fountains. A similar project is the JPRA designed upscale mall Somerset Collection in Troy, Michigan.