This was one of the malls I visited during some trips to North Carolina's Triangle area. This was a visit made one evening after a bit of a long day in meetings.
There was a group of us from work in attendance, and we all split up to shop. The only purchases I made from here, were some books from Barnes & Noble.
The photograph of my goodself was taken by an couple who would not stop until I was photographed.
The Streets at Southpoint hours:
What to buy: Lots of shops (large and small), eateries, and there is even a cinema.
Located in the southern part of Durham just off of I-40, this mall was built only a few years ago but it's quite easily the biggest in the area now. There is a big outdoor as well as an indoor section. The outdoor part has some nice ambience (speakers in the bushes, benches, fountains with sculptures) and there are several good restaurants here, from a California Pizza Kitchen to a few ice cream shops, an Asian restaurant and even a chocolate shopt. There is a 14 screen movie theater here as well. You can easily lose track of the time here.
What to pay: It's a mall, prepare to be highjacked.