Inspired by the elevated ambience enjoyed at the property’s highly successful outdoor Patios district and along Town Center Drive, the new interior renovation will focus on enhancing the customer experience with new flooring, lighting, landscaping and furniture throughout, upgraded restrooms, and a renovated food court.
Announced in November 2018, the $20 million renovation project will also include a new signature children’s play space and a second family lounge area to offer families added convenience and enjoyment as they move through the center between Town Center Drive and the Patios.
In addition, enhancements to the entry at Town Center Drive – including a new façade and awnings – will provide a more inviting welcome to guests from the outside to come inside and explore.
All stores will remain open during the renovations which are anticipated to be complete before the end of 2019. Valencia Town Center will provide renovation progress updates via their Facebook and Instagram social media accounts.
Since the acquisition of Valencia Town Center, Westfield (now Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield) has continually invested in the property to provide an exceptional, modern experience. Examples have included the addition of the aforementioned Patios district, which brought Apple, Lululemon, Brighton Collectibles, first-class dining and other strong first-to-market brands to the Santa Clarita Valley. More recently, upgrades to the entertainment and dining offering included the addition of The Canyon – Santa Clarita, The Cheesecake Factory, The Dudes’ Brewing Company and Saddle Ranch Chop House.
About Westfield Valencia Town Center
Located in the Santa Clarita Valley just north of Los Angeles, Westfield Valencia Town Center is a retail destination evolving in sophisticated style. The property’s fashionable outdoor district, known as “The Patios,” incorporates lush landscaping, interactive water features, open-air fireplaces, sleek seating lounges, alfresco patio dining and upscale retailers. In addition to the destination’s new live entertainment venue – The Canyon Santa Clarita – favorite brands include Apple, Chico’s, Williams-Sonoma, White House | Black Market, Banana Republic, Michael Kors, MAC Cosmetics, Free People, Lululemon, Lorna Jane, Sephora, M. Fredric, and H&M. The property’s popular restaurants include The Cheesecake Factory, Wokcano, Lucille’s Smokehouse & BBQ, Larsen’s Steakhouse, Saddle Ranch Chop House, and The Dudes’ Brewing Company.
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