Los Angeles, CA – Shopping-mall developer Westfield and duty-free retailer DFS Group recently previewed a first look at the renovations underway at the Tom Bradley International Terminal at the Los Angeles International Airport, which include new retail and dining spaces.
Set for completion later this year, the renovations include the 150,000-square-foot, multi-level Great Hall, with 36 stores, including 27 boutiques that are new to the terminal. Curated by Westfield, the retail space includes local boutiques and brands such as Kitson, Fred Segal and Hudson, as well as national and international brands such as Coach, Michael Kors and Bulgari. The restaurants are also local, including Border Grill, Umani Burger, Chaya and Luckyfish by Sushi Roku.
The Board of Airport Commissioners has opted to name the Great Hall the Antonio R. Villaraigosa Pavilion in honor of the outgoing mayor, who leaves office on June 30.Continue Reading »