|Los Angeles County Malls & Shopping Centers|
|900** Los Angeles|
|902** Beverly Hills|
|906** Whittier plus|
|912** Glendale plus|
|914** Van Nuys plus|
|913** Canoga Park plus|
Experience sensational shopping and dining at over 170 fine stores and restaurants including Macy's, JCPenney, Sears, the Apple Store, Old Navy, Hot Topic, Banana Republic, Victoria's Secret, Forever 21, Baby Gap, The Children's Place, Macaroni Grill, Wood Ranch BBQ and Borders Books-Music-Cafe! Enjoy the latest hit movie at our 10-screen stadium seating theater.
The Sherman Oaks Galleria is a state-of-the-art open-air lifestyle center that includes 700,000 square feet of Class-A office space in three buildings overlooking a 300,000-square-foot retail and entertainment complex. The Galleria is located at one of the nation's busiest intersections: the interchange of the 101/Ventura and 405/San Diego freeways.
It’s time to make a trip to Glendale Galleria for the best in shopping, entertainment and dining! Whether you enjoy a relaxing dinner at one of the mall's restaurants or spend the day shopping at all your favorite stores, Glendale Galleria offers a complete entertainment experience.
The Hollywood & Highland Center is an entertainment, retail and hotel complex at Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue in the Hollywood district in Los Angeles. The 387,000-square-foot (36,000 m2) center also includes the Grauman's Chinese Theatre and the Kodak Theatre, home to the Academy Awards. The historic site was once the home of the famed Hollywood Hotel. Located in the heart of Hollywood, it is among the most visited tourist destinations in Los Angeles.
Tenants include 75 shops and restaurants, a movie theater, The Highlands nightclub and a bowling alley called Lucky Strike Lanes. The portion of the center facing Hollywood Boulevard houses retail tenants such as GAP, American Eagle, Banana Republic, Build-A-Bear Workshop, Sephora, Swatch, Express, and Hollywood's second Virgin Megastore. Source
The mall was extensively renovated and now features a 20 screen AMC Theatres multiplex, and stores traditionally found in power centers like Circuit City, Linens 'n Things, 24 Hour Fitness and Burlington Coat Factory, in addition to the remaining two original anchors, Macy's (formerly Robinsons-May) and Sears. It also includes popular teen shopping stores such as American Eagle, Hollister, Old Navy, and Pac Sun. Borders is no longer in the Puente Hills Mall. To ensure that people going to the movies walk through the mall, there is no entrance from the parking lot directly to the theater lobby, however there is an exit that leads directly to the parking lot. Source: en.wikipedia.org
South Bay Galleria, formerly named Galleria at South Bay, is a mall in Redondo Beach outside of Los Angeles, California. It is anchored by Macy's, Mervyns and Nordstrom, as well as a 16-screen AMC Theatres multiplex. Source: Wikipedia
As Southern California's premier trendsetting marketplace, Beverly Center features 160 distinctive specialty boutiques and restaurants reflecting the diverse styles and tastes of Los Angeles. Located at the edge of Beverly Hills and Hollywood between La Cienega and San Vicente Boulevards, Beverly Center is anchored by Macy's, Bloomingdale's, Macy's Men's Store, a 13-screen movie theater and California's only Grand Lux Cafe. The Rooftop Terrace showcases panoramic views stretching from downtown Los Angeles to the legendary Hollywood sign and is available for private parties.
Just what's here? For starters, three levels of interior retail with names like Bed Bath & Beyond, New York & Company, and Charlotte Russe. Next, our exterior line-up of restaurants and stores boasts IKEA, Barnes & Noble, California Pizza Kitchen, Corner Bakery, and PF Chang’s, among many others. Plus, Burbank Town Center’s “Backlot Adventure” children’s play area is now open with its spectacular soft-sculpted design that will add fun and excitement to every child’s visit!
Buena Park Downtown, formerly Buena Park Mall, is an enclosed shopping mall located in Buena Park, California, adjacent to the Knott's Berry Farm theme park. The mall is anchored by Bed Bath & Beyond, DSW Shoe Warehouse, Ross Dress For Less, Sears, Steve & Barry's, 24 Hour Fitness, and Wal-Mart. The mall opened in 1961 and is currently managed by Developers Diversified Realty. The mall also has stores across the street with Petsmart, Office Depot, Kohl's and Circuit City as primary tenants. The mall also has a movie theater operated by Krikorian Theaters. Source
The Grove is yet another reason to visit Beverly Hills! And remember, this upcoming Valentine's Day is the perfect time to visit. Each one of the shops on the The Grove is offering a holiday sale this February 14th. Shopping in Los Angeles for that special someone simply doesn't get any better!
Located in Beverly Hills, the Grove is the largest outdoor mall in Los Angeles, and one of the largest in the entire United States. It boasts stores that sell lines of contemporary fashion such as Victoria Secret, Banana Republic, Tommy Bahamas, a Nike Store and of course an Apple Store. High end Italian cuisine such as Carmine's, Mexican cuisine, to Applebees. And don't forget the United Arts movie theater -- one of the largest in the world, which boasts 16 screens. But perhaps the greatest attraction of teh Grove is that the mall is outdoors, in a land where the sun is almost always shining and the weather is likely between 70 and eighty degrees, all year round.
Super-Regional enclosed mall with a new outdoor entertainment promenade featuring an 18 screen AMC Movie Theatre plus 9 restaurants.
Located on Los Angeles' "West Side, offers some of the city's best shopping. In a residential area near Westwood and Pico, the neighborhood itself boasts some of the most eclectic cuisine the whole city has to offer. The mall itself has been newly renovated, to include a Barnes&Noble, Nordstroms and the very special Landmark Theaters, the Westside Pavilion is a place to spend the entire day. Especially when the Landmark is showing one of the newly released independent movies, which is what it is known for. Simply put, if the movie isn't playing at the Pavilion's Landmark, then it probably isn't playing anywhere! The Westside Pavilion: another reason to spend the day on Los Angeles' west side!
For the last two years, the 75-acre shopping center has undergone a multi-million dollar redevelopment. Today, Fallbrook Center is a one million sq. ft. open-air center, featuring top name and value-oriented retailers including Party City, Kohl's, Michael's Arts & Crafts, Designer Shoe Warehouse, Linens 'n Things and Petco. Fallbrook Center will open Home Depot, Trader Joe’s. Yan Can Cook, Cold Stone Creamery and Quizno’s later this year.
The Oaks Shopping Center is a two-level enclosed, super-regional shopping mall located in Thousand Oaks, California. It is owned and managed by Macerich. Highly accessible from the US Highway 101 Ventura Freeway midway between downtown Los Angeles and Santa Barbara, it is one of two malls in its area (competing with the Simi Valley Town Center). The 1,300,000-square-foot (121,000 m2) mall was originally built in 1978 and was renovated in 1993. Source: Wikipedia
Lakewood Center is located in the heart of the city of Lakewood at the intersection of Del Amo and Lakewood Boulevards. JCPenney, Macy’s, Mervyn’s, Robinsons-May and TARGET anchor Lakewood Center. TARGET opened on October 12, 2003. An expansion in 2000-2001 brought about over 300,000 square feet of new stores, a food court and a Macy’s and Mervyn’s store. In addition to the enclosed mall, there are numerous destination big box retailers, restaurants, and two Pacific Movie Theatres. In total, Lakewood Center contains approximately 2.1 million square feet of retail space featuring over 270 stores and more than 30 restaurants.
The Malibu Country Mart (also the Country Mart or MCM) is a large outdoor lifestyle center or "boutique mall" located in the Civic Center of Malibu, California. The center features a popular public playground and picnic area, public art, multiple dining options, and on-site parking. Source: Wikipedia