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    Westfield Century City Mall

    Westfield Century City Mall got a massive $1 billion makeover in 2017 and now ranks as one of Southern California's top shopping destinations. The AMC...

    Photo courtesy of Westfield Century City Mall
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    The Commons at Calabasas

    Like the Grove in the Mid-Wilshire District of L.A., the Commons at Calabasas is another Caruso Affiliated shopping center and it feels very similar....

    Photo courtesy of The Commons at Calabasas
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    Venice Beach Boardwalk

    There's no other beach scene in Southern California quite like the one you will find on Venice Beach. Starting with the fact that it's the only place that...

    Photo courtesy of Visit California
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    Beverly Center

    With over 100 top shops including Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana, Fendi, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Tiffany's and Salvatore Ferragamo, the Beverly Center...

    Photo courtesy of Beverly Center
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    The Grove

    Day or night, summer or winter, the Grove always teems with shoppers. It's such a popular place that teens like to hang out there, taking selfies by the...

    Photo courtesy of The Grove
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    Melrose Avenue

    Start out near the Beverly Center and La Cienega Boulevard and you'll find some of the world's top designers on Melrose Avenue â€" Marc Jacobs, Vivienne...

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    Montana Avenue

    With more than 150 high-end shops selling everything from home furnishings to children's clothing, Montana Avenue's shopping district spans over 10 blocks...

    Photo courtesy of Gelato-go
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    Santa Monica Place

    The old, Frank Gehry designed Santa Monica Place is gone, replaced with a sleek open-air shopping center anchored by Nordstrom and Bloomingdale's. There are...

    Photo courtesy of Macerich Company
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    Abbot Kinney Boulevard Shops

    Once a sleepy little boulevard that boasted some nice restaurants (Hal's and Joe's, both gone now) and a few art galleries, these days Venice's Abbot Kinney...

    Photo courtesy of Drew Glickman, Abbot Kinney Real Estate
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    Rodeo Drive

    Rodeo Drive needs no description, as it is certainly the most famous shopping street in the world, thanks to Hollywood. So many movies have filmed scenes...

    Photo courtesy of Rodeo Drive
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