Del Amo Fashion Center

Del Amo Fashion Center is a two-level regional shopping mall in Torrance, California, USA. It is currently managed and co-owned by Simon Property Group.

With a current gross leasable area (GLA) of 3.0 million ft², it is one of the largest shopping malls in the United States. The mall features the world famous International Food Court, seven anchor stores, including three Macy's locations, JCPenney & Sears, more than 314.5 retailers, multiple full-service restaurants, a fitness center and an AMC Theatres multiplex. It is currently the 15th largest mall in the US.

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