Patriot Place

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Patriot Place
Patriot Place logo
Aerial view of Patriot Place.jpg
LocationFoxborough, Massachusetts, U.S.
CoordinatesCoordinates: 42°05′31″N 71°16′02″W / 42.09194°N 71.26722°W / 42.09194; -71.26722
AddressTwo Patriot Place
Opening dateFall 2007
OwnerThe Kraft Group
Total retail floor area1,300,000 sq ft (120,000 m2)[1]
No. of floors1 (2 in Showcase Cinemas de Lux)
Websitewww.patriot-place.com

Patriot Place is an open-air shopping center featuring over 1.3 million square feet of shopping, dining and entertainment options. It is owned by The Kraft Group and sits adjacent to Gillette Stadium, the home of the New England Patriots and New England Revolution. It is located in Foxborough, Massachusetts.[2]

The South Marketplace at Patriot Place opened in Fall 2007 with the opening of several large-format retailers including Bed Bath & Beyond, Christmas Tree Shops and the New England’s first Bass Pro Shops. In the years since, Patriot Place has continued to grow and develop and is considered one of New England’s premier destinations for retail development.

Tenants[edit]

Patriot Place

Patriot Place offers a variety of shopping options, signature restaurants and state-of-the-art entertainment options.  The South Marketplace is also home to a nature trail surrounding a traditional New England cranberry bog.

Retailers include favorites ALEX AND ANI, Victoria’s Secret, Olympia Sports, Trader Joe’s, CVS, Christmas Tree Shops and the region’s only Bass Pro Shops.

In its North Marketplace, Patriot Place features 19 signature restaurants, ensuring there’s something for every patron. Restaurants include CBS Sporting Club, Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse, Skipjack’s, Tavolino, Six String Grill & Stage, Bar Louie, and family favorites like Red Robin, Five Guys Burgers, Moe’s Southwest Grill and Olive Garden. Other food and beverage options include the newly-opened Wormtown Brewery, Dunkin’, Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop, Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt and Cupcake Charlies.

Patriot Place also offers plenty of entertainment for patrons to enjoy. Showcase Cinema de Lux features 14 screens showing a wide range of new movies. Splitsville Luxury Lanes | Howl at the Moon | TopGolf Swing Suite has something for everyone with food, beverages, bowling and TopGolf high tech golfing simulators. Finally, 5 Wits offers interactive and immersive experiences out of a 13,000 square-foot facility and Muse Paintbar invites guests to paint while enjoying a wide selection of food and beverages.

Patriot Place is the home of the Brigham and Women’s/Mass General Health Care Centers, offering world class healthcare for the region out of two state-of-the-art medical buildings spanning over 275,000 square feet.

The 154-room Renaissance Hotel and the 136-room Hilton Garden Inn are also two Patriot Place staples for guests wishing to extend their stay.  Both hotels feature restaurants and multiple function spaces.

Something is always happening at Patriot Place, with a variety of seasonal celebrations including Winter Skate, the Fall Harvest Celebration, Irish Festival and the Holiday Giving Tree Lighting.

Future offerings coming to Patriot Place in 2020 include Starbucks, Helix eSports Gaming Center and Freedom Wind Tunnel, an indoor skydiving facility.

Healthcare Tenants[edit]

Brigham Health and Brigham and Women’s / Mass General Health Care Center
Brigham Health and Brigham and Women’s / Mass General Health Care Center

In addition to its many shopping, dining and entertainment options, Patriot Place also boasts several healthcare tenants. The Brigham Health and Brigham and Women’s/Mass General Health Care Centers provide patients with access to world-class primary care and a variety of specialist services including cardiology, dermatology, general and gastrointestinal surgery, orthopedic surgery, pain management, plastic surgery, rehabilitation and sports medicine. The Health Care Centers also offer diagnostic radiology, lab services and a day surgery suite. Brigham Health recently expanded its facility to occupy two floors, allowing the health center to offer expanded services including a significant increase in primary care and radiology services.

Patriot Place will continue to add to its healthcare options with the opening of the Dana-Farber medical oncology and hematology outpatient satellite facility. This new tenant, offering top-tier cancer and blood-related treatment, is on track to open in Fall 2020.





The Patriots Hall of Fame[edit]

The Patriots Hall of Fame presented by Raytheon

The Patriots Hall of Fame presented by Raytheon provides an exciting, innovative and interactive modern museum experience for all ages. The Kraft family built and opened the Hall in 2008 to preserve team history and honor the greatest Patriots players and teams of all time. The Hall features artifacts from the past 60 years of Patriots football including the six Vince Lombardi trophies, championship rings and uniforms The Hall also features several exhibits highlighted by the Super Bowl Experience, taking guests inside the Patriots’ six Super Bowl wins. The exhibit allows guests to virtually make Malcolm Butler’s Super Bowl XLIX-clinching interception and takes fans through the Patriots’ historic 28-3 comeback against the Falcons in Super Bowl LI. The Hall regularly adds to its collections and changes out artifacts and exhibits to ensure a fresh and new experience each visit. [3]

On the first floor is the official Patriots ProShop, the premier store for all Patriots gear. The ProShop offers the widest selection of Patriots merchandise including jerseys, authentic signed memorabilia and store-exclusive items. The ProShop is also the proud home to New England Revolution memorabilia including player jerseys, authentic soccer balls and team scarves.


References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.patriot-place.com/about/
  2. ^ Wessman, David (2019-06-12). "About Patriot Place". Patriot Place. Retrieved 2020-02-05.
  3. ^ "About the Hall | The Patriots Hall of Fame". www.patriotshalloffame.com. Retrieved 2020-02-05.

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