More New Stores And Eateries Announced At Del Amo Fashion Center As October Grand Re-Opening Nears

Simon, a global leader in retail real estate, revealed more new stores and food options today at Del Amo Fashion Center as the South Bay’s premier retail destination approaches its grand re-opening this October when Nordstrom and over 400,000 square feet of small shops are added.


New names part of the 100-retailer expansion include: Arhaus, Banana Republic, Guess/Marciano, KIKO Milano Cosmetics, Michael Kors, Tumi, Vera Bradley, Godiva,  Kiehl’s Since 1851, Kipling, Frostbites, Roberto Durville, Varga, Fossil, Ben Bridge, Lush, MAC Cosmetics, PacSun, Papyrus, Sumo Salad, Minamoto Kitchoan, and the first Los Angeles appearance for Melissa Shoes.


Larger stores which will greet Southern California residents and visitors alike include Zara in a two-level, 25,000 square-foot space; H & M in a two-level, 25,000 square-foot store; and Victoria’s Secret in a 15,000 square-foot flagship store which slated to be twice the size of the retailer’s typical space; Express which will operate in an 11,208 square-foot space; and Uniqlo which will sell its popular merchandise in a 10,200 square-foot space.

“Our powerful retail line-up continues to expand,” said Lindsay Hermance, Director of Marketing and Business Development at Del Amo Fashion Center, “and there will be more exciting announcements to come as we build towards October.”

Foodies won’t be disappointed either as previously-announced restaurants Great Maple, FRIDA, and a relocated Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que will all appear at Del Amo Fashion Center.

The grand opening of phase two of the project includes the construction of a nearly 2,000-car parking garage along Fashion Way, between the Marriott Hotel and Del Amo’s newer Outdoor Village.

For ongoing updates and to learn more about the transformation of South Bay’s retail destination follow Del Amo Fashion Center on Facebook at, Twitter at or Instagram at Check out a 3D architect rendering animation at a bird’s eye perspective on the future Del Amo Fashion Center once this transformational, property wide renovation is complete.

Credit: Del Amo Fashion Center, Simon, and J.P. Morgan Asset Management – Global Real Assets.


About Del Amo Fashion Center

Del Amo Fashion Center, a joint venture of institutional investors advised by J.P. Morgan Asset Management and Simon, is the South Bay’s retail destination for shopping, entertainment and dining. Del Amo Fashion Center boasts more than 200 stores, including Macy’s, Anthropologie, Barnes & Noble, Coach, and more. Visit the outdoor promenade and enjoy dinner at Stacked or PF Changs before a movie at our 18-screen AMC Theater. The indoor mall offers fashion for women, men and children plus jewelry, footwear and electronics. Del Amo Fashion Center serves the nearby communities of Palos Verdes, Lomita, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Redondo Beach and Gardena. For a map and store listings, as well as directions, events and job listings, visit or call 310-542-8525.

About Simon

Simon is a global leader in retail real estate ownership, management and development and a S&P100 company (Simon Property Group, NYSE:SPG). Our industry-leading retail properties and investments across North America, Europe and Asia provide shopping experiences for millions of consumers every day and generate billions in annual retail sales. For more information, visit


About J.P. Morgan Asset Management – Global Real Assets

J.P. Morgan Asset Management – Global Real Assets has more than $73 billion in assets under management and more than 400 professionals in the U.S., Europe and Asia, as of March 31, 2014. With a 40-plus-year history of successful investing, J.P. Morgan Asset Management – Global Real Assets’ broad capabilities provide many of the world’s most sophisticated investors with a global platform of real estate, infrastructure, maritime/transport and energy strategies driven by local investment talent with disciplined investment processes consistently implemented across asset types and regions.


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