Angelenos love to shame The Grove, but let’s face it: There are reasons why the 15-year-old mall has become an institution.
The 27,000-square-foot store will be the company’s 12th LA area location—but its first spot Downtown.
The $1-billion transformation will make shopping easier for celebrities and VIPs.
The store will have shops-within-a-shop, a florist, a restaurant, and an outpost of architecture and design bookstore Hennessey & Ingalls.
Planned for the old Montgomery Ward site, the development would bring over 400 apartments and loads of retail.
The developer behind a second ArcLight in downtown Santa Monica has ended negotiations with the city.
The makeover would add housing, a 150-room hotel, and better connections for people taking transit or riding bikes.
The latest business to move into the 1924 covered shopping lane in Downtown LA is very photogenic.
Landry Design Group is stripping away the old facade and replacing it with swooping, metal panels. The surface parking lot is going away, too.
The company’s founder says "the iconic 1940s Texaco Station will be celebrated and preserved to its original aesthetic as much as possible."
New owners have turned the theater into a "micro hotel" and event venue. A coffee shop and restaurant are on the way, too.
The new stores are part of a huge redevelopment of the former University Village shopping center.
The redevelopment will bring a 10-story office building, a 400-room hotel, 551 condos, and 410 apartments to the 43-acre site.
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As the shopping landscape on La Brea turns decidedly more upscale, there might be less and less room in the neighborhood for a cluttered curiosity shop.
The new owners of Pasadena's outdoor Paseo Colorado mall will rebrand it simply as The Paseo and will open two trendy chain restaurants this year, part of a plan to revitalize the 16-year-old center.
Those stripes and the zigzag-shaped edifice at Melrose and La Cienega have annoyed people for more than three decades. Work to redo the facade will start this summer.
150 fancy shops in an upscale outlet mall could occupy a segment of the huge Carson site once in the running to become an NFL stadium. This wouldn't be the first time this former landfill was destined to be an outlet mall.
Once the Ikea moves to a new spot in Burbank, what will happen to its old site and the shopping center around it? Developers want to overhaul the property to add an open-air plaza, 40,000 square feet for "fresh retail tenants," and lots of housing.
The tech giant is "in the in the process of securing a lease for retail space" at the 1927 theater, the first in Downtown wired for sound. The location would put Apple on an already bustling and fancy section of Broadway.
The Lucy's laundromat in the heart of Echo Park has ended its 17-year run to make way for a new, fancier retail complex with much higher rents. As housing prices rise, laundromats that primarily serve low-income residents are in danger.
The Queen Mary has just changed hands and the new lessees are planning to remodel the ship and eventually build a "bustling retail, dining and entertainment district" on the 45 acres surrounding it.
Rick Caruso adds to his empire of malls that look like nostalgic Main Streets with Palisades Village in Pacific Palisades. He envisions turning the posh neighborhood's sleepy main drag into a fully Grovey retail heaven, as seen in new renderings.
H&M's high-end COS brand is moving in to the Broadway-adjacent theater soon.
A tour of the lobby and two underground floors of the 1926 Subway Terminal Building as they prepare for retail redevelopment.