Manhattan Village retail gets $150M facelift

Los Angeles /
May.May 25, 2016 12:00 PM

Manhattan Village Shopping Center in Manhattan Beach is the latest Southern California mall to get a makeover.

The 573,000-square-foot property, built in the 1980s, is undergoing a $150 million renovation, Steve Yenser, executive vice president at JLL, told GlobeSt.com. Yenser is handling leasing for the space and managing the facelift.

“The redevelopment plan gives us a chance to rebalance and rejuvenate the center with more retail and restaurant choices, better flow, added parking and amenities that will embrace the indoor-outdoor lifestyle and showcase the sophisticated casual charm of Manhattan Beach,” he told GlobeSt.com.

As part of the renovation, the mall will get a 53,000-square-foot extension and new amenities such as a central plaza and bike-friendly paths will be added. Anchor tenants such as Apple and Victoria’s Secret will remain in place during the process.

Manhattan Village is just the latest retail center to undergo a major renovation. Century City Mall and the Beverly Hills Mall are also getting spruced up. [GlobeSt]Katherine Clarke


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