They include a 12-screen Cinépolis Luxury Cinemas and a beer garden and eatery run by Lynne Weaver.
The Whole Foods would take up about half of the retail and restaurant space in the complex, which will also hold 1,200 apartments.
Amoeba reportedly still has a year at the site.
A vinyl sign posted on a fence outside the store said otherwise.
Urban Outfitters, Sephora, Shake Shack, and Whole Foods.
Opening in fall 2020, the retail center will have an Equinox and an Erewhon.
The first phase of the revamped waterfront could open as early as 2021.
A Trader Joe’s is set to open in the development.
The shopping center and housing complex is expected to be complete later this year.
Mall owners plan to convert much of the mall into creative offices.
The shopping center could fetch offers as high as $300 million.
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Located directly across from LA Live, with apartments renting from $3,000.
It will compete with Whole Foods less than a block away.
Nearly a dozen screens and a bar.
The area is heating up with developers, including one with plans to become "a catalyst for gentrification."
The rumor is true.
Seven floors of cannabis-related business in the Jewelry District
The project will encompass a full city block.
Right around Sunset Junction.
The new store will be smaller and probably have a weed dispensary inside.
The owners of the shopping center—located across the street from The Grove—want 381 housing units and new retail.
A new book does the impossible: It depicts the mall as downright pleb.
Breweries, letterpress studios, and even a high-end motorcycle company owned by Keanu Reeves are opening up shop.
Los Angeles will also be among the first California cities to establish a legal framework for selling the drug once sales officially become legal in January.
The 1910s-era building was commissioned by William Randolph Hearst, and the interior is said to be gorgeous.
A rooftop deck, a "market hall" for retailers, and 50,000 square feet of office space for a "Silicon Beach-type tenant."
The shop should open on the Sunset Strip in "early 2018."
Angelenos love to shame The Grove, but let’s face it: There are reasons why the 15-year-old mall has become an institution.
The 27,000-square-foot store will be the company’s 12th LA area location—but its first spot Downtown.
The $1-billion transformation will make shopping easier for celebrities and VIPs.
The store will have shops-within-a-shop, a florist, a restaurant, and an outpost of architecture and design bookstore Hennessey & Ingalls.
Planned for the old Montgomery Ward site, the development would bring over 400 apartments and loads of retail.
The developer behind a second ArcLight in downtown Santa Monica has ended negotiations with the city.