Westfield Santa Anita
|Address||400 South Baldwin Ave|
|Opening date||October 1974|
|Developer||The Hahn Company|
|No. of stores and services||214|
|No. of anchor tenants||4|
|Total retail floor area||1,300,000 sq ft (120,000 m2)|
|No. of floors||2 (3 in Macy's and Forever 21)|
The mall opened October 14, 1974 with original anchors JCPenney, The Broadway, Buffum's and J. W. Robinson's. Only Buffums was open at the mall opening and the other anchors opened gradually through 1976. The western wing was demolished and expanded in the late 1980s, completing in 1991 with a Nordstrom store replacing Buffum's. The J.W. Robinson's store became a Robinsons-May store in 1993, and The Broadway was converted into Macy's in 1996.
In 1998, Westfield America, Inc., a precursor to Westfield Group, acquired the shopping center from TrizecHahn Corporation  and renamed it "Westfield Shoppingtown Santa Anita". "Shoppingtown" was dropped from the name in June 2005.
On October 1, 2004, the first phase of a planned three-phase expansion of Westfield Santa Anita opened. The $113 million phase added a new food court, a 16-screen AMC Cinema, Dave & Buster's, a Cheesecake Factory, and 30 new retailers including American Eagle Outfitters and Hollister Co..
On May 7, 2009, the $120 million second phase of the mall's expansion opened. Dubbed "The Promenade", the outdoor expansion added 30 new stores between Macy's and Nordstrom with an emphasis on upscale brands like Coach, Williams Sonoma, Talbots, and Clarks.
On November 3, 2012, Forever 21 relocated from its location on the first floor into most of the former Robinsons-May becoming an anchor tenant. The Robinsons-May store was heavily renovated and repartitioned into smaller parts to accommodate this transition.
- JCPenney (191,240 sq ft.) (opened as original anchor August 1975)
- Macy's (188,200 sq ft.) (opened as The Broadway, original anchor , November 11, 1974, became Macy's in 1996)
- Nordstrom (136,334 sq ft.) (opened October 1974 as Buffums, became Nordstrom in 1991)
- Forever 21 (117,000 sq. ft) (opened as original anchor J.W. Robinson's on April 19, 1976, became Robinsons-May in 1993, closed in 2006, became a Forever 21 in November 2012) 
- Dave and Buster's
- AMC Theatres
- Bowlero (opened 2004 as Sports Chalet, closed in 2012, became Bowlero in December 2018)
- "Fashion Park Opens Officially". Monrovia Daily News-Post. October 14, 1974.
- "Westfield America, Inc. announces aquistiion of Santa Anita Fashion Park, Parkway Plaza and Soland Mall". Westfield Corp. (Press release). September 28, 1998.
- Albright, Mark (June 1, 2005). "If you didn't call them 'shoppingtowns,' don't: Three local malls that called themselves by the Australian name will quietly drop the label". Tampa Bay Times.
- "Westfield Shoppingtown Santa Anita: $113 Million Renovation Offers San Gabriel Valley Shoppers More Shopping, Dining and Entertainment". Business Wire (Press release). September 1, 2004.
- "Westfield Santa Anita celebrates opening of Promenade expansion". Los Angeles Times. May 7, 2009.
- "Forever 21 Store Relocation in Arcadia, California". Forever 21 (Press release). October 31, 2012.
- "Cloverfield (2008) - Filming Locations". IMDb.
- "Hai Di Lao, Chinese Hot Pot Chain, Plans To Bring 'Noodle Dance' To The U.S." Huffington Post. May 22, 2013. Retrieved August 25, 2017.
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- "Advertisement for The Broadway". Los Angeles Times. November 10, 1974.
- "Robinson's to Open on Monday in Santa Anita Fashion Park".