Burning Tree Plaza (location: Duluth, Minnesota)
List of stores (20), shopping hours

Name: Burning Tree Plaza
Address: 5115 Burning Tree Road, Duluth, Minnesota - MN 55811 (map)
Coordinates: 46.8084222, -92.171706
City & State: Duluth, Minnesota
# of stores: 20 » Go to the store list
Phone: 612 798 7963
Email: JP.Yohannes@brixmor.com
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3.5/5 (70 %), 2 votes

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Burning Tree Plaza details

Burning Tree Plaza shopping information - stores in mall (20), detailed hours of operations, directions with map and GPS coordinates. Location: Duluth, Minnesota, 5115 Burning Tree Road, Duluth, Minnesota - MN 55811. Black Friday and holiday hours. Look at selection of great stores located in Midtown plaza and read reviews from customers and write your own review about your visit at the mall. Don't miss rate the mall. Phone: 612 798 7963.

  • Number of stores in Burning Tree Plaza: 20
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  • Burning Tree Plaza customer review by Barbara Goldman

    - Aug 12, 2021

    I’ve shopped several stores at Burning Tree and would enjoy shopping there again. The problem I have is with the mall itself. To put it bluntly, the mall is NOT handicapped accessible: no automatic doors, stairs in a couple of locations. The last time I was there new crosswalks had been painted. The one I used to go to Spectrum had the painted crosswalk ending several feet from the door and the lowered sidewalk in front of irt. I walk with a cane or walker, and there is no way I have found to enter the mall without steps or automatic door openers. New crosswalks had been painted but one ended up away from the slanted curb and the door. If I’m short with someone I can shop, but asking strangers to hold doors for me, or having store personnel carry my purchases to my car Is not the way to keep disabled people shopping.

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