An exciting future awaits as Manhattan Village moves to the next level of excellence. The already fabulous shopping destination is continuing to explore and find the newest, best, and greatest dining and retail opportunities, bringing them close to home for your shopping convenience.
Manhattan Village is on a mission to enhance its lifestyle ambiance with subtle touches to the existing center, and the addition of a bold, new open-air shopping environment designed to bring upscale and unique shopping for the community. Prepare to experience a remarkable shopping destination, distinct from the rest, and full of unique-to-market, boutique-style retail, casual – fine dining, and entertainment blended with a southern California, casual atmosphere perfect for the entire family.
The proposed project plan is made up of four components:
- Refreshing the Existing Center: 2014
- The Village Shops: 2015 & 2016
- Macy’s Consolidation: 2017
- Gateway at the NW Corner: TBD
The final phase of the redevelopment, the Gateway at the NW Corner, and is dependent on Fry’s decision to extend its lease at Manhattan Village after its expiration in November 2016.
The development will create an attractive gateway element introducing the proud and prestigious community of Manhattan Beach.
It will also help to better identify the shopping center as an integral community gathering place and attract many selected brand retailers.
The Gateway Entrance Plan will be designed to:
- Better identify the community – both in terms of physical boundary and its upscale image
- Create better visibility and branding for Manhattan Beach and Manhattan Village
- Enhance the curb appeal at Rosecrans Avenue & Sepulveda Boulevard
- Create a connection from Rosecrans Avenue to the entire property
- Provide easier access to the property from the corner of Sepulveda and Rosecrans
- Add retail and restaurants at the gateway corner
View the Draft Environmental Impact Report HERE
Last night, City Council learned more about the Manhattan Village Shopping Center Enhancement Project. The public hearing is continued to Tuesday, September 17, 2013. If you would like to voice your support or opinions, please attend the meeting at 6pm.