Panorama Mall, in Panorama City, in the San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, is an enclosed mall anchored by two large discount stores, Walmart, and Los Angeles-based Curacao, aimed primarily at a Hispanic customer base.

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  • Panorama Mall, in Panorama City, in the San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, is an enclosed mall anchored by two large discount stores, Walmart, and Los Angeles-based Curacao, aimed primarily at a Hispanic customer base. The mall originally opened as the open-air Broadway–Valley shopping center in 1955, and was renovated and enclosed in 1980. Similar to what happened with nearby Valley Plaza, after opening, additional department stores and retail strips opened on the edges of the Broadway center, and during the 1960s the merchants' association of the various owners marketed its retail properties collectively as the Panorama City Shopping Center. In 1964 it claimed to be the first center with four major department stores. (en)
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  • Panorama Mall, in Panorama City, in the San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, is an enclosed mall anchored by two large discount stores, Walmart, and Los Angeles-based Curacao, aimed primarily at a Hispanic customer base. (en)
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