Nashua is a premier shopping destination in the region and and ranks second only to Boston for highest the concentration of retail options in New England.  Shoppers from all over the northeast are attracted to the wide variety of tax-free stores.

The median household income of the customer catchment area of Nashua’s retail districts is significantly higher than the U.S average at approximately $70,000 per household.

Retail in Nashua is distributed among three primary business districts — the South Nashua, Downtown, and Amherst Street. 
Pheasant Lane Mall

South Nashua Retail District

Anchored by the newly renovated Pheasant Lane Mall, which is one of New Hampshire’s largest shopping malls, this area along DW Highway has more than one million square feet of retail space with a mix of 140 local and national stores and kiosks and 15 restaurants.

Amherst Street Commercial Corridor

Also a critical component to Nashua’s reputation as a retail powerhouse, the Amherst Street Commercial Corridor hosts a healthy mix of national and local retailers, office and industry, and residential neighborhoods.

Downtown Nashua

A unique shopping experience in the heart of the city is home to some of the most reputable dining establishments in the region.  This vibrant commercial area offers all the amenities of small town in an urban environment.  Downtown has benefitted from significant private and public investments over the past few years, including the Nashua Riverwalk, Cotton Mill Square, a complete overhaul of the Main Street sidewalks and commercial storefront facade improvements.