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  • $100-million Desert Hills expansion includes McQueen, Valentino

    $100-million Desert Hills expansion includes McQueen, Valentino
    Simon Malls unveiled the $100-million expansion of its Desert Hills Premium Outlets in Cabazon on Thursday, allowing crowds of tourists and shoppers to stream into new off-price stores from Alexander McQueen, Valentino, Fendi and more.
  • Chinese developer buys Torrance Marriott South Bay hotel

    Chinese developer buys Torrance Marriott South Bay hotel
    The Torrance Marriott South Bay, a 17-story hotel next to Del Amo Fashion Center, has been sold to a Chinese real estate developer for $74 million. Sichuan Xinglida Group Enterprises Co., which has built numerous mixed-use projects in mainland China,...

    Retailers try to put positive spin on their creep into Thanksgiving

    Retailers try to put positive spin on their creep into Thanksgiving
    When retailers opened on Thanksgiving last year, workers protested outside stores and holiday purists grumbled online — a distracting sideshow in what ultimately proved to be a less-than-robust sales season. Still, 35 million Americans showed up...

    Chinese tourists' spending in the U.S. takes off

    Chinese tourists' spending in the U.S. takes off
    Minutes after arriving by bus at an outlet mall in Cabazon, a dozen or so Chinese tourists hustled out to buy luggage that they planned to stuff with high-end clothes, shoes and bags. But not Guoshing Cui, a Samsung supervisor from Guangzhou. He made...

    Southern California malls target Asian shoppers

    Southern California malls target Asian shoppers
    The arrival of the Lunar New Year this month seems to have sparked an epiphany for area shopping centers: Asian and Asian American consumers have a growing pile of money and want to spend it where they're welcome. So in the Year of the Snake, malls...