Made-from-scratch cupcakes and delicious, dainty confections are now available in Tom Bradley with the debut of Vanilla Bake Shop. The shop – which hails from Santa Monica, is a favorite among those looking to satisfy their sweet tooth, and has been chosen as one of Martha Stewart’s favorite destinations for cupcakes and one of Los Angeles Magazine’s top bakeries. Located in the South Concourse, Vanilla Bake Shop is operated by HMS Host and is new to LAX – and a debut airport concept.
Shop a leading American design house with the arrival of Coach. Conveniently located in the center of the Villaraigosa Pavilion in Westfield’s Luxury Island, the 979-square-foot boutique carries the designer’s signature classic bags, leather goods and ready-to-wear fashions. Operated by Hudson, the Coach shop is a first at LAX.
Located in the North Concourse, The Economist is the destination for travel essentials. Browse the latest new releases, pick up reading material, snack items, or other traveler convenience items for an upcoming flight or peruse regional gifts. Operated by Hudson, the 863-square-foot store is new to LAX.
Discover great wines at Vino Volo, now serving selections from California and around the world in the Boutique District of Tom Bradley’s Villaraigosa Pavillion. Grab a seat at the bar for by-the-glass wines or tasting flights while feasting on an elegant food menu inspired by wine country with dishes such as locally-produced cheese and charcuterie, smoked salmon rolls and more. All dishes are available for travelers to enjoy in the Edge Lounge – or elsewhere in the terminal – or carry with them onto their flight. Operated by Taste Inc., Vino Volo is 1,549-square-feet and new to LAX.
From laptop bags and briefcases to travel and leisure luggage, the newly opened Tumi shop in Tom Bradley International Terminal carries superior products for the discerning professional and consummate traveler. Located in the Boutique District in the center of the Villaraigosa Pavilion, the 1,002-square-foot shop, product quality and selection is why Tumi products stand the test of time. Operated by Hudson, the Tumi shop is a first at LAX.
Exclusivity. Form. Top design. Porsche Design keeps on setting standards with its unusual designs, now open at Tom Bradley International Terminal. Located in the Boutique District of the Villaraigosa Pavilion, the shop carries apparel, leather goods and lifestyle accessories that embody the brand’s commitment to aesthetic design. Special services like gift wrapping and shipping worldwide seal the deal. At 978-square-feet, Porsche Design is operated by LS and Partners at LAX, LLC and is new to LAX.
Outfit your digital life at iStore Boutique, the destination for devices and accessories perfect for work and play. Drop by to test out an iPad or pick up international adapter at the 817-square-foot shop, located in the Boutique District of the Villaraigosa Pavilion. Always on trend, iStore also carries leading brands including InCase, Skullcandy, Monster, iLuv, and Sennheiser. Operated by LS and Partners at LAX, LLC, iStore Boutique is new to LAX.
California’s Famous Old Time Candies® have arrived at the Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX with the opening of See’s Candies. Located in the North Concourse, the iconic black-and-white checkered shop uses only the finest, freshest ingredients for quality you can taste in every bite. Choose from over 100 different chocolate and other specialty confection assortments for a special gift for a loved one – or yourself! The TBIT See’s Candies is operated by Soto & Sanchez Investments, Inc.
Shop the hottest fashion jewelry from around the world at Bead Factory, now open in the North Concourse. Made from all types of materials sourced from around the globe including metals, shells, beads, glass, crystals, leather and wood, the selection is never out of style.
HMS Host, a concession partner of Westfield at Los Angeles International Airport, will host a job fair next week to fill more than 280 food service job openings. Positions to be filled by HMS Host include fast-food attendant, cashier, barista, bartender, cook, host or hostess, shift supervisor, warehouse team supervisor, and more.
We hope you find Westfield’s first leasing News Flyer to be informative. This edition highlights the upcoming concessions opportunities at Terminal 2.
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$1.5B development to feature celebrated local and global brands
December 5, 2012 – Los Angeles – Mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa, Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) and Westfield today reached an important milestone in the Los Angeles International Airport modernization by unveiling the more than 60 premier dining and luxury retail shops – including 22 local L.A. brands – coming to the New Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT). Serving as the first and last impression of Los Angeles to millions of international passengers annually, the New TBIT will revolutionize the passenger experience in North America.
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“Westfield Group is making an aggressive push into airport retailing with sales at its US airports business expected to top $1 billion in the next two years,” writes Florence Chong of The Australian, in a July 26, 2012 story.
“The shopping centre giant, which expects airport retail revenue to lift 50-60 per cent over the period after two new projects are completed, will pursue more airport contracts in the US.”
Westfield Concession Management, LLC is currently soliciting local and national Architectural Firms to submit a Letter of Interest and background qualifications for Architectural and Engineering Design Services for the Project at Terminal 2 at the Los Angeles International Airport.
SUBMITTAL DUE: Tuesday, July 3, 2012 by 4:00 PM PST
“The Los Angeles City Council today signed off on a contract that will allow Westfield Concession Management to operate the shops and eateries spread across three terminals at Los Angeles International Airport,” writes Art Marroquin, Staff Writer for Daily Breeze, in a June 15, 2012 story about the agreement.
From a June 7, 2012 blog in the Los Angeles Times: “The overhaul of the dining and shopping experience at Los Angeles International Airport advanced Wednesday with the award of a major concessions contract to a prominent shopping mall developer.”
“The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners have approved a 17-year Terminal Commercial Manager Concession Agreement with Westfield Concession Management to develop, lease and manage food, retail and passenger service concessions for three terminals at Los Angeles International (LAX),” writes Ramon Lo of Airport Revenue News in a June 7, 2012 article.
“Under the new agreement, Westfield and its concessionaires will be required to invest no less than US$78.6 million in initial improvements and $15.7 million in mid-term refurbishment improvements to Terminals 1, 3 and 6,” states The Moodie Report in a June 7, 2012 story.
Westfield Concession Management awarded concession agreement for food-beverage, retail services at LAX Terminals 1, 3 and 6
Los Angeles - Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners today approved a 17-year Terminal Commercial Manager Concession Agreement with Westfield Concession Management, LLC, (Westfield) to develop, lease and manage food and beverage, convenience retail, specialty retail and certain other passenger services in three terminals at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
LOS ANGELES – Over 500 attendees from Los Angeles and around the county came out to the Proud Bird restaurant today to learn about food, beverage, and retail leasing opportunities at Los Angeles International Airport’s Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT).
Culver City Patch – “Council Committee Approves $331M LAX Concessions Contract with Westfield Concession Management”
From the Culver City Patch: “A Los Angeles City Council committee approved Tuesday a $331 million contract for management of restaurants and shopping at two Los Angeles International Airport terminals and the LAX Theme Building.”