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LocationLos Angeles, California, United States
Coordinates34°02′57″N 118°15′39″W / 34.049233°N 118.260902°W / 34.049233; -118.260902Coordinates: 34°02′57″N 118°15′39″W / 34.049233°N 118.260902°W / 34.049233; -118.260902
Opening date1986 [1]
ManagementBrookfield Properties
OwnerBrookfield Properties
ArchitectJon Jerde[2]
No. of stores and services35 (as of 2018)
No. of anchor tenants1
Total retail floor area330,000 sq ft (31,000 m2)[1]
No. of floors3

FIGat7th (formerly 7+Fig Shopping Center, originally Seventh Market Place at Citicorp Plaza) is an open-air shopping mall located in the Financial District of Downtown Los Angeles. It is nestled between two office skyscrapers, 777 Tower and Ernst & Young Plaza. Some of its current retailers include Target, Starbucks Coffee, Morton's Steakhouse, Victoria's Secret, and California Pizza Kitchen. There are also weekly and monthly events hosted by the mall, such as a farmer's market and art exhibitions.

The mall primarily catered to office workers in Downtown Los Angeles. With the rapid growth of the area's population, however, the mall has started to reposition itself to better serve the needs of the residential community.


The mall opened in 1986 as the "Seventh Market Place", with the Bullock's and May Company department stores as anchors. Bullocks closed in 1996, and May Company became Robinsons-May in 1993, becoming Macy's in 2006 and later closing in 2009.[3]

The mall was renamed "7+Fig" in 2000. In late 2010, Target announced a CityTarget store would open on the location as part of a redesign by the Gensler architecture firm. The mall is owned by Brookfield Properties.[3]

Grand opening of the newly reconstructed shopping center happened in Fall of 2012, renamed FIGat7th.[3]

In 2016, Sport Chalet has been closed due to bankruptcy. It was replaced by Nordstrom Rack in fall 2017.[4][5]

Looking up to the 777 Tower (left) and Ernst and Young Plaza (right) from the lower level of 7th+Fig Plaza

See also[edit]

The Bloc Los Angeles


  1. ^ a b Chang, Andrea; Vincent, Roger (November 4, 2010). "Move to downtown L.A. site right on Target". Los Angeles Times.
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  3. ^ a b c Richardson, Eric (April 6, 2011). "7+Fig to Become FIGat7th as Part of Revamp". blogdowntown. Retrieved April 6, 2011.
  4. ^ Chiland, Elijah (October 24, 2017). "Downtown LA Nordstrom Rack opening Thursday at FIGat7th". Curbed LA. Retrieved June 15, 2019.
  5. ^ Hamanaka, Kari (February 1, 2017). "Downtown L.A. Shopping Center Figat7th Nabs Nordstrom Rack". WWD. Retrieved June 15, 2019.

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