The Promenade at Howard Hughes Center

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The Promenade at Howard Hughes Center is an outdoor entertainment center located in Los Angeles, California. Opened in 2000, It is a two level outdoor mix-used center that features a blend of entertainment, dining and shopping. The center is located off Interstate 405, one of the major freeways in Los Angeles with over 297,000 motorists passing daily.

The mall is part of a 70-acre (280,000 m2) business campus that includes space for mixed use office, retail and health facility complexes. Neighbors include a Pepperdine University satellite campus and corporations such as Universal, Univision and Sony. Rave Cinemas (now owned by Cinemark) an 18-screen cinema featuring an IMAX screen is also in this complex. The center offers a number of chain restaurants and retail that includes Islands, Johnny Rockets, Dave & Buster's, Starbucks and Nordstrom Rack.

On November 1, 2012, Nordstrom announced that the Nordstrom Rack would relocate to a new 37,675 square foot space at the nearby Westfield Culver City in fall 2013.[1]


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  1. ^ "Nordstrom Rack At Howard Hughes Center Relocating To Westfield Culver City In Southern California". KCOY12 (Santa Maria, CA: WorldNow). November 1, 2012. p. 1. Retrieved January 13, 2012.