Westfield Culver City

The mall went along with an industry move to go beyond operating various collections of mainstream department stores and chain retailers, incorporating traditional mall stores with a popular discounter (Target) and big-box electronics specialist (Best Buy), as well as full-size restaurants and a Gold's Gym.  Westfield wanted to create "the chance to pop in and out to a range of neighborhood and regional services," said Larry Green, head of West Coast development.

( Ricardo DeAratanha / Los Angeles Times / January 14, 2011 )

The mall went along with an industry move to go beyond operating various collections of mainstream department stores and chain retailers, incorporating traditional mall stores with a popular discounter (Target) and big-box electronics specialist (Best Buy), as well as full-size restaurants and a Gold's Gym. Westfield wanted to create "the chance to pop in and out to a range of neighborhood and regional services," said Larry Green, head of West Coast development.

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