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Del Amo Fashion Center is a three-level regional shopping mall in Torrance, California, United States. It is currently managed and co-owned by Simon Property Group. With a gross leasable area (GLA) of 2.5 million sq ft (230,000 m2), it is the seventh largest shopping mall in the United States. The mall features the Patio Cafes food court (including Los Angeles-grown Pink's Hot Dogs), several anchor stores, including two newly renovated Macy's locations (Women's & Men's/Home & Furniture), state-of-the-art Nordstrom, AMC Theatres, Crate and Barrel, Barnes and Noble, Dick's Sporting Goods, Jo-Ann Fabrics, Dave & Buster's, Japanese supermarket Mitsuwa Marketplace, a LA Fitness location, JCPenney, Marshalls, 255 retailers, 13 full-service restaurants, & a Sears that recently closed in September

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  • Le Del Amo Fashion Center est un centre commercial situé à Torrance, dans le sud-ouest du comté de Los Angeles. C'est le cinquième plus grand centre commercial des États-Unis, avec une superficie de 232 257 m2, et le deuxième de Californie, après le South Coast Plaza. Le centre dispose de trois aires de restauration, neuf grand magasins (JC Penney, Macy's, Sears, etc.) et plus de 300 commerces de détail. Une partie du film "Jackie Brown" de Quentin Tarantino s'y passe. (fr)
  • Del Amo Fashion Center es un centro comercial ubicado en la ciudad de Torrance, en California (EE. UU.), al sur de la ciudad de Los Ángeles. Actualmente está gestionado por Simon Property Group, que posee parte de la propiedad del centro. Tiene una superficie alquilable de 3 millones de pies², lo que lo convierte en uno de los mayores centros comerciales de EE. UU. Existen siete grandes tiendas de Macy's, JCPenney y Sears, además de 300 comercios adicionales, múltiples restaurantes, un gimnasio y unos multicines AMC Theatres. (es)
  • Del Amo Fashion Center is a three-level regional shopping mall in Torrance, California, United States. It is currently managed and co-owned by Simon Property Group. With a gross leasable area (GLA) of 2.5 million sq ft (230,000 m2), it is the seventh largest shopping mall in the United States. The mall features the Patio Cafes food court (including Los Angeles-grown Pink's Hot Dogs), several anchor stores, including two newly renovated Macy's locations (Women's & Men's/Home & Furniture), state-of-the-art Nordstrom, AMC Theatres, Crate and Barrel, Barnes and Noble, Dick's Sporting Goods, Jo-Ann Fabrics, Dave & Buster's, Japanese supermarket Mitsuwa Marketplace, a LA Fitness location, JCPenney, Marshalls, 255 retailers, 13 full-service restaurants, & a Sears that recently closed in September 2020. (en)
  • Het Del Amo Fashion Center is een winkelcentrum in de Amerikaanse stad Torrance in Los Angeles County (Californië). Het is het op een na grootste winkelcentrum van de staat, na South Coast Plaza in Orange County. Er zijn meer dan 300 winkels, verschillende restaurants, een fitnesscentrum en een bioscoopcomplex. Het winkelcentrum opende in 1961 en werd in 1971 opgekocht door , die een grote uitbreiding aanvatte. Van 1981 tot 1992 was Del Amo het grootste winkelcentrum van de Verenigde Staten. In dat jaar werd de Mall of America in Minnesota de grootste. (nl)
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  • Le Del Amo Fashion Center est un centre commercial situé à Torrance, dans le sud-ouest du comté de Los Angeles. C'est le cinquième plus grand centre commercial des États-Unis, avec une superficie de 232 257 m2, et le deuxième de Californie, après le South Coast Plaza. Le centre dispose de trois aires de restauration, neuf grand magasins (JC Penney, Macy's, Sears, etc.) et plus de 300 commerces de détail. Une partie du film "Jackie Brown" de Quentin Tarantino s'y passe. (fr)
  • Del Amo Fashion Center es un centro comercial ubicado en la ciudad de Torrance, en California (EE. UU.), al sur de la ciudad de Los Ángeles. Actualmente está gestionado por Simon Property Group, que posee parte de la propiedad del centro. Tiene una superficie alquilable de 3 millones de pies², lo que lo convierte en uno de los mayores centros comerciales de EE. UU. Existen siete grandes tiendas de Macy's, JCPenney y Sears, además de 300 comercios adicionales, múltiples restaurantes, un gimnasio y unos multicines AMC Theatres. (es)
  • Het Del Amo Fashion Center is een winkelcentrum in de Amerikaanse stad Torrance in Los Angeles County (Californië). Het is het op een na grootste winkelcentrum van de staat, na South Coast Plaza in Orange County. Er zijn meer dan 300 winkels, verschillende restaurants, een fitnesscentrum en een bioscoopcomplex. Het winkelcentrum opende in 1961 en werd in 1971 opgekocht door , die een grote uitbreiding aanvatte. Van 1981 tot 1992 was Del Amo het grootste winkelcentrum van de Verenigde Staten. In dat jaar werd de Mall of America in Minnesota de grootste. (nl)
  • Del Amo Fashion Center is a three-level regional shopping mall in Torrance, California, United States. It is currently managed and co-owned by Simon Property Group. With a gross leasable area (GLA) of 2.5 million sq ft (230,000 m2), it is the seventh largest shopping mall in the United States. The mall features the Patio Cafes food court (including Los Angeles-grown Pink's Hot Dogs), several anchor stores, including two newly renovated Macy's locations (Women's & Men's/Home & Furniture), state-of-the-art Nordstrom, AMC Theatres, Crate and Barrel, Barnes and Noble, Dick's Sporting Goods, Jo-Ann Fabrics, Dave & Buster's, Japanese supermarket Mitsuwa Marketplace, a LA Fitness location, JCPenney, Marshalls, 255 retailers, 13 full-service restaurants, & a Sears that recently closed in September (en)
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