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Seattle -- Nordstrom announced that it plans to relocate its Nordstrom Rack at Promenade at Howard Hughes Center in Los Angeles to Westfield Culver City in Culver City, Calif.
The new 37,675-sq.-ft. store, which expected to open in fall 2013, will sit just across the freeway from its current location and will remain conveniently located off Interstate 405. The relocated store will occupy space on the second level adjacent to the J.C. Penney court, and will feature an interior entrance as well as a new exterior entrance that's convenient to the center's main surface parking area.
“Howard Hughes Center has been a terrific home to us since we first opened there in 2001 and we're thankful for the business,” said Geevy Thomas, president of Nordstrom Rack. “As we look to better serve our customers, it's important that we continue taking advantage of the best real estate opportunities available and we believe Westfield Culver City will help us create a new and exciting shopping experience for our customers.”