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The $1 Billion Modernization and Beautification of Westfield Century City is Finally Open for Your Shopping Pleasure

On Tuesday, October 3, Westfield celebrated the renovation of its Century City location with an evening of cocktails, dancing, and performances by some of LA’s top artists. Media events kicked off with a press conference with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Westfield Co-CEO Peter Lowy, and continued with a red carpet event featuring celebrities and industry VIPs. DNCE, Fitz and the Tantrums,, and more celebrated the new mall with a surprise performance from the Village People.

The $1 billion modernization and beautification of Westfield Century City will create an open-air Southern California escape like no other. This will be the new shopping destination encompassing over 200 shops and restaurants, including a new three-level Nordstrom featuring its latest design concepts, completely remodeled three-level Bloomingdale’s, modern new two-level Macy’s, luxurious Equinox fitness club and spa, as well as the West Coast’s first Eataly. The opening celebration also marked the full unveiling of the property’s outdoor plazas, landscaped terraces and events and entertainment space, designed by Westfield’s in-house studio in collaboration with L.A.-based designer Kelly Wearstler.

Century City reflects the changing nature of Westfield’s global flagship portfolio as the company continues to create cutting-edge retail and leisure destinations defined by a careful curation of offerings. Century City’s unique mix of fashion retail, food, health, wellness, and fitness is designed to fulfill evolving consumer needs, everything from a daily trip to the gym or grocery store, to an afternoon shopping and relaxing with friends or a special dinner out. The grand opening event was in partnership with the Infinite Hero Foundation. The foundation helps combat the most difficult frontline issues, both mental and physical, that face returning military heroes and their families and funds programs that drive innovation and the accessibility of effective treatments dealing with service-related mental and physical injuries.

Photo By: Donato Sardella/Getty Images for Westfield Century City

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