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Chapel Hill Downtown (c. 1793), University Square (1969) and West End Courtyard (1977)
East and West Franklin Street, and East and West Rosemary Street, Chapel Hill. This area features many college-style and upscale restaurants and eateries, stores, boutiques, memorabilia shops, and bars, nightclubs and taverns. Numerous buildings feature murals on various subjects by local artist Michael Brown. In 1997, Sports Illustrated called Chapel Hill "the best college town in America". More than 250 businesses.

Chapel Hill North (1998) and Timberlyne (1984)
Martin Luther King Boulevard/Airport Road (NC Highway 86 North) and Weaver Dairy Rd, Chapel Hill. More than 45 businesses.

Eastgate (1958), Rams Plaza (1982), Mariakakis Plaza (1997) and Fordham Square (1997)
North Fordham Boulevard (US Highway 15-501) and Ephesus Church Road, Chapel Hill. More than 60 businesses.

Glen Lennox (1950) and Glenwood Square (1987)
Raleigh Road (NC Highway 54 East), Chapel Hill. Glen Lennox was Chapel Hill's first shopping center. More than 20 businesses.

Meadowmont Village (2001)
Meadowmont Village Circle, off Raleigh Road (NC Highway 54 East), Chapel Hill. About 15 businesses.

East 54
1113 Environ Way, Chapel Hill. Luxury condos, shops and dining.

Southern Village (1999)
Market Street (off US Highway 15-501 South), Chapel Hill. About 20 businesses.

University Mall (1973)
201 South Estes Drive (at Willow Dr), Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill's first enclosed mall. More than 60 businesses.

Village Plaza (1974), Gateway Commons (2000) and The Galleria (1992)
East Franklin Street at South Elliott Road, Chapel Hill. Village Plaza is actually four separate shopping centers. The six combined offer more than 40 businesses.

Farmer's Markets are held at Carrboro Town Commons, University Mall at A Southern Season, and Southern Village. For more information, visit www.visitchapelhill.org/plan-a-visit/attractions/c/farm-life-markets.

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