The Fashion Mall at Keystone | Shopping center in Indiana

The Fashion Mall at Keystone, sometimes referred to as The Fashion Mall, is a luxurious shopping complex in Indianapolis, Indiana. The mall is situated at 86th Street and Keystone, just off I-465. The Keystone at the Crossing neighborhood's mall is regarded as its beating center. The anchor retailers include Nordstrom, Pottery Barn, The North Face, Apple Store, Urban Outfitters, Restoration Hardware, Crate & Barrel, and Saks Fifth Avenue, all of which are owned, developed, and operated by Simon Property Group, a company located in Indianapolis. The Fashion Mall consists of two buildings with two stories each. At the time the mall initially opened a glass archway dubbed "The Crossing" that also functioned as the food court connected them.

The Fashion Mall at Keystone Indianapolis Indiana
The Fashion Mall at Keystone Indianapolis Indiana

The previous "The Crossing" archway has now been transformed into extra storage space. There are 123 specialty stores and eateries in the mall. The mall has more than 40% of businesses with a single location in Indiana. At the end of 2006, the store's retail space was occupied to a degree of 97%.

The massive adjoining Clearwater Crossing mixed-use development, named after the surrounding Lake Clearwater, is the reason the region is sometimes referred to as Keystone/Clearwater.

Saks Incorporated, the parent firm of Parisian, sold the whole network of shops to Belk. Belk consequently sold the property to Nordstrom. The shop underwent renovations and reopened as the second Nordstrom location in the state in the summer of 2007. The procedure was comparable to Saks Fifth Avenue's 2002 makeover and replacement of the previous Jacobson location.