Major Shopping Malls
Los Angeles County

& Other Shopping Areas of Note

In terms of total retail space, Del Amo Fashion Center in Torrance (2.6 million square feet) and Lakewood Center in Lakewood (2.1 million square feet) are respectively the 5th and 18th largest shopping malls in the nation. From 1981 until the 1992 debut of the Mall of America in Minnesota, Del Amo Fashion Center reigned as the largest shopping mall in the nation.


Mall Community Location Telephone Stores Opened
The Americana at Brand Glendale 91210 889 Americana Way (818) 637-8982 81 2008
Antelope Valley Mall Palmdale 93551 1233 Rancho Vista Blvd (661) 266-9150 140 1990
Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza Los Angeles 90008 3650 W Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd (323) 290-6636 102 1947
Beverly Center Los Angeles 90048 8500 Beverly Blvd (310) 854-0070 131 1982
Burbank Town Center Burbank 91502 201 E Magnolia Blvd (818) 566-8556 138 1991
Century City, Westfield Los Angeles 90067 10250 Santa Monica Blvd (310) 277-3898 142 1964
Culver City, Westfield (formerly Fox Hills) Culver City 90230 6000 Sepulveda Blvd (310) 390-5073 165 1975
Del Amo Fashion Center Torrance 90503 3525 Carson St (310) 542-8525 200 1961/1975
Eagle Rock Plaza Los Angeles 90041 2700 Colorado Blvd (323) 256-2147 66 1973
Fashion Square, Westfield Sherman Oaks 91423 14006 Riverside Dr (818) 783-0550 132 1962
Glendale Galleria Glendale 91210 100 W Broadway (818) 459-6829 191 1976
Mall Community Location Telephone Stores Opened
The Grove Los Angeles 90036 189 The Grove Drive (323) 900-8080 70 2002
Lakewood Center Lakewood 90712 500 Lakewood Center Mall (562) 531-6707 205 1951
Los Cerritos Center Cerritos 90703 239 Los Cerritos Center (562) 402-7467 160 1971
The Shops at Montebello Montebello 90640 2134 Montebello Town Ctr (323) 722-8454 160 1985
Northridge Fashion Center Northridge 91324 9301 Tampa Ave (818) 701-7051 154 1971
Panorama Mall Panorama City 91402 8401 Van Nuys Blvd (818) 891-6518 49 1955/2003
Plaza West Covina West Covina 91790 112 Plaza Dr (626) 960-8032 201 1975
Puente Hills Mall City of Industry 91748 1600 S Azusa Ave (626) 912-8777 129 1974
Santa Anita, Westfield Arcadia 91007 400 S Baldwin Ave (626) 445-3116 224 1974
Santa Monica Place Santa Monica 90401 395 Santa Monica Place (310) 260-8333 98 1980
South Bay Galleria Redondo Beach 90278 1815 Hawthorne Blvd (310) 371-7546 149 1985
Mall Community Location Telephone Stores Opened
SouthBay Pavillion Carson 90746 20700 S Avalon Blvd (310) 366-6629 78 1973
Stonewood Center Downey 90241 251 Stonewood St (562) 904-1832 148 1958
Topanga, Westfield Canoga Park 91303 6100 Topanga Canyon Blvd (818) 594-8732 231 1964
Valencia Town Center, Westfield Valencia 91355 242 West Valencia Blvd (661) 287-9050 183 1990
Westside Pavilion Los Angeles 90064 10800 W Pico Blvd (310) 474-2785 115 1985

Other Shopping Areas of Note in Los Angeles County

(Ordered by Community)

Shopping Area Community Location
Rodeo Drive Beverly Hills 90210 Rodeo Dr
Two Rodeo Beverly Hills 90210 Rodeo Dr & Dalton Way
Downtown Burbank Burbank 91502 Third St between Burbank & Verdugo
Citadel Factory Outlet City of Commerce 90040 100 Citadel Dr
Plaza El Segundo El Segundo Sepulveda @ Park Place
Hollywood & Highland Center Hollywood 90028 Hollywood Blvd & Highland Ave
The Pike Outlets Long Beach 90802 Shoreline Village Dr
Shoreline Village Long Beach 90802 95 S Pine Ave
California Market Center Los Angeles 90015 (Downtown) Fashion District, Ninth & Main
Cooper Design Space Los Angeles 90014 (Downtown) Fashion District, Centered Ninth & Los Angeles
Grand Central Market Los Angeles 90013 (Downtown) 317 S Broadway
Helms Bakery District Los Angeles 90034 8800 Venice Blvd
LA Fashion District Los Angeles (Downtown) Fashion District, Centered Ninth & Main
LA Flower District Los Angeles 90014 (Downtown) Wall St & Seventh St
Little Tokyo District Los Angeles 90012 (Little Tokyo) East First St between San Pedro & Central
Koreatown Galleria Los Angeles 90006 (Koreatown) 3250 W Olympic Blvd
Koreatown Plaza Los Angeles 90006 (Koreatown) 928 S Western Ave
Melrose Avenue Shopping District Los Angeles 90019 (Melrose) Melrose Ave & Highland Ave
Olvera Street Los Angeles 90012 (Downtown) 845 N Alameda St
Original Farmers Market Los Angeles 90036 (Fairfax) Fairfax Ave & Third St
The Promenade at Howard Hughes Center Los Angeles 90045 (Westchester) 6081 Center Dr
Santee Alley Los Angeles 90015 (Downtown) Fashion District, Santee St & Olympic Blvd
Robertson Boulevard Shopping District Los Angeles 90048 (South Robertson) Robertson Blvd btwn Santa Monica Blvd & 3rd St
West Third Street Los Angeles 90048 (Fairfax) Third St between Fairfax Ave & Orlando Ave
Plaza Mexico Lynwood 90262 3100 E Imperial Hwy
Malibu Country Mart Malibu 90265 Civic Center Way & Pacific Coast Hwy
Manhattan Village Mall Manhattan Beach 90266 Sepulveda Blvd & Rosecrans Ave
Old Town Pasadena Pasadena 91103 Colorado Blvd between Pasadena Ave & Arroyo Pkwy
Paseo Colorado Pasadena 91101 280 E Colorado Blvd
Ports O' Call Village San Pedro 90731 Berth 75 & 79
Third Street Promenade Santa Monica 90401 Third St Promenade between Broadway & Wilshire
Main Street Santa Monica Santa Monica 90405 Main St between Pico Blvd & Navy St
Montana Avenue Santa Monica 90403 Montana Ave between Seventh St & 17th St
Sherman Oaks Galleria Sherman Oaks 91403 Ventura Blvd & Sepulveda Blvd
Universal CityWalk Universal City 91608 100 Universal City Plaza
Venice Beach Boardwalk Venice 90291 Ocean Front Walk btwn Rose & Washington Blvd
Uptown Whittier Whittier 90601 Greenleaf Ave & Philadelphia St


Two Japanese confectionary shops (wagashi) in Little Tokyo are among the oldest food establishments in Los Angeles. The shop Fugetsu-do was founded in 1903 and is said to be the oldest food establishment still operating in Los Angeles.


During the 2000s, a number of Los Angeles County shopping malls disappeared or were completely renovated, only to be replaced by "open air" shopping centers. These included Fallbrook Mall in West Hills (first opened in 1964 - now Fallbrook Center), Sherman Oaks Galleria (first opened in the 1970s), and Whittwood Mall in Whittier (first opened in 1958 - now Whittwood Town Center). and Santa Monica Place (first opened in 1980).


Long Beach Plaza, a two level regional mall opened in the 1982, went into eventual decline and was demolished in 2000 (except for the parking structure). The location was rebuilt as an open air retail/residential district.


Hawthorne Plaza, opened in Hawthorne in 1977, once boasted 130 stores. The mall declined and closed in 1999.