Del Amo Fashion Center - Anchors & Major Tenants

Anchors & Major Tenants

  • AMC Del Amo 18 (opened 2006)
  • Burlington Coat Factory (106,211 ft²)
  • JCPenney (163,346 ft²; opened 1961)
  • Jo-Ann etc. (72,288 ft²; located in bottom level of the former The Broadway)
  • L.A. Fitness (47,671 ft²; outparcel)
  • Macy's
    • Macy's North (251,892 ft²; opened 1966 as Bullock's)
    • Macy's South (171,415 ft²; opened 1981 as J. W. Robinson's; closing date TBD)
    • Macy's Home & Furniture Store (145,776 ft²; opened 1959 as The Broadway, reduced 1996)
  • Marshalls (42,761 ft²)
  • Old Navy (20,318 ft²)
  • Sears (313,495 ft²l opened 1961)
  • TJ Maxx (44,422 ft²)
  • Urban Outfitters (unknown) Opened on 2006
  • Crate & Barrel (38,000 ft²; opened May 17, 2007)

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