Manhattan Beach, Calif. — Developers have completed the interior renovation at Manhattan Village, a 44-acre, 573,000-square-foot shopping center development in Southern California’s Manhattan Beach.
DWS owns the center, and JLL handles the property’s leasing assignment and day-to-day management. The renovation is part of the center’s $180 million redevelopment, which will include a 53,500-square-foot expansion. The renovated interior of Manhattan Village includes new flooring, skylights, touch screen directories, new seating areas, upgraded technology with charging stations, a new center court fountain, new restrooms and enhanced lighting throughout the center. The renovation also includes new façades for Ralphs, CVS/pharmacy and Super Sports, and relocations and new stores for Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, See’s Candies and Union Bank. Renovations currently underway include construction of a new parking deck, a new California Pizza Kitchen and the relocation of Wells Fargo to make way for a new restaurant at the property’s main entrance. In addition, the renovation will include a new Macy’s that will replace the store’s existing two locations to become one consolidated 168,000-square-foot store. Manhattan Village is already home to tenants such as Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn, Sephora, Victoria’s Secret and Tommy Bahama. The redevelopment of the center is scheduled to wrap up in 2020. When complete, the new Manhattan Village will total 648,000 square feet.