Manhattan Village has announced that it will add eight new retailers and dining establishments in 2022 and 2023, including popular furniture retailer West Elm.
Other new additions include Alo Yoga, a street athletic brand; Aerie/OFFLINE By Aerie, a body positive intimate and athletic apparel brand; Saint & Second, a chef-inspired, locally-sourced, and sustainable restaurant with a craft cocktail bar and lounge; HeyDay, a one-stop skincare shop; Sprinkles, “the world’s first cupcake bakery;" Devil & Angel, a specialty handcrafted dessert and boba shop; and Ideal Image, a leading aesthetics brand.
The newly enhanced Manhattan Village recently opened popular destinations Anthropologie, Urban Outfitters, Johnny Was, Faherty, Reborn Coffee, and Reset by Therabody (their first West Coast location).
The fine dining restaurants BOA Steakhouse and Sushi Roku are also set to open shortly.
“We are elated to see the center’s full transformation come to life,” said Don Ziss, VP and senior general manager of Manhattan Village, in a statement. “With our new dynamic tenant mix, we have truly created the ideal destination for locals and visitors to experience the Manhattan Beach lifestyle.”
Managed by JLL, Manhattan Village's $250 million redevelopment and expansion project includes interior renovations, the new open-air plaza and the 53,300-square-foot Village Shops.
All told, Manhattan Village encompasses a 648,000 square feet of indoor-outdoor shopping and dining.
For a complete list of tenants, visit shopmanhattanvillage.com.