A Look At Westfield Century City’s $1 Billion Revamp

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For Angelenos, many of us know about Westfield Century City's revamp, which is worth $1 billion. Counting down to their unveiling, the center plans to open in phases throughout the second half of the year.

Westfield will have retailers including: Aritzia, Bailey 44, Bonobos, Current/Elliott, Equipment, Joie, Kendra Scott, Maje, Sandro, Oak + Fort,  R.M. Williams, Suitsupply, Ted Baker, Travis Mathew, and Zadig & Voltaire.

Westfield  will also include a new three-level Nordstrom, completely remodeled three-level Bloomingdale’s, modern new two-level Macy’s, luxurious Equinox fitness club and spa, in addition to the West Coast’s first Eataly, LA’s first Javier’s, world famous dumpling mecca Din Tai Fung and Shake Shack, among many others.

“Los Angeles has some of the most incredible fashion retail anywhere in the world.” said William Hecht, Westfield’s Chief Operating Officer.  “At the new Century City, we will combine—within one convenient and beautifully designed outdoor setting—some of the most fashion-forward street boutiques with emerging and contemporary brands, fantastic food, health and wellness, entertainment, arts, and culture.  Our vision is to offer all of this in a welcoming, comfortable, and relaxing environment.”

Beginning with a first phase of shop openings in April, and then continuing in stages throughout the fall and culminating in a grand opening this October, more than 200+ new stores will be arriving at the center.

“We are more than excited to be a part of the revamped Westfield Century City community,” said Jack Schwefel, CEO of Dutch, LLC (the parent company of three apparel lifestyle brands – Joie, Equipment and Current/Elliott).  “The dynamic new concept embodies a quintessentially Southern California lifestyle experience, right in our own backyard, and is the ideal setting for unveiling our first ever tri-brand combination store – featuring each of our Joie, Equipment and Current/Elliott retail environments, side by side, under one roof.” 

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