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April 21, 2016
The customer experience at Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX features a vibrant design, inviting atmosphere, open sightlines and integrated dining and retail.
LOS ANGELES – In the middle of a massive, ongoing revitalization project at Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) earned national recognition for concessions design at an industry awards ceremony.
For the second year in a row, Airport Revenue News awarded LAX with Best Concessions Program Design among large airports. The back-to-back wins followed Westfield’s redevelopment of Tom Bradley International Terminal and ongoing redevelopment of five of the nine terminals at LAX.
“Along with our partners at LAWA and LAX, we’re thrilled to be taking part in the transformation at LAX,” said Dominic Lowe, Executive Vice President, Westfield. “We believe we can improve customer service and satisfaction, grow sales and create the maximum number of jobs by taking a holistic approach to airport development – one that captures as many touchpoints along the customer journey. The design of the terminal’s retail and dining collection is a big part of that journey.”
At Tom Bradley International Terminal, glittering glass storefronts inspired by the boutiques of Rodeo Drive and Melrose Avenue invoke a signature L.A. style. Upscale retail outlets like Porsche Design and Hugo Boss blend seamlessly with artisanal dining. At the new Terminal 2, the terminal design was inspired by L.A. in motion, capturing the spirit and on-the-go attitude of L.A.
Two concepts that are part of the Westfield program at LAX also took home industry awards. Fred Segal operated by Hudson Group won for Best Local or Regional Retail Store and for Best Airport Retail Store Design. And 7-Eleven operated by LS travel retail North America won for Best New Specialty Retail Concept. Both retail destinations are at the Tom Bradley International Terminal.
Westfield has already completed its redevelopment of the airport’s two international terminals – Terminal 2 and Tom Bradley – and is on track to complete Terminal 6 this year. The first phase of redevelopment at Terminal 1 was unveiled last month.
To improve satisfaction and drive sales, Westfield is crafting a unique design at each terminal tailored to meet customer needs. Westfield is investing more than $184 million at the airport to transform the customer experience.
As part of its global portfolio, Westfield designs, develops, owns, manages and leases award-winning shopping venues in landmark cities around the world. Among the company’s iconic retail destinations are Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City in the U.K., Westfield San Francisco Centre, and Westfield Century City. Upcoming world-class retail icons include Westfield World Trade Center (opening in 2016) and Westfield Milan in Italy.
Westfield is deploying its global expertise to revolutionize the customer experience and create next-generation environments in landmark airports across the U.S. Integrating the best in food, fashion, art, and entertainment, Westfield crafts a fully customizable journey that aligns with and reflects each community’s unique style, spirit and culture. Learn more at www.westfieldcorp.com/airports.
Westfield Corporation (ASX Code: WFD) is an internally managed, vertically integrated, shopping center group undertaking ownership, development, design, construction, funds/asset management, property management, leasing and marketing activities and employing approximately 2,000 staff worldwide. Westfield Corporation has interests in 34 shopping centers in the United States and the United Kingdom, encompassing approximately 6,500 retail outlets and total assets under management of $29 billion.
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Transformation to feature 24 new dining and retail concepts when complete; Bold new design of Southwest flagship will excite and delight more than 7M travelers annually
Six new dining and retail destinations – including four Southern California concepts – will be coming to Terminal 1 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), part of a $508 million overhaul spearheaded by Southwest Airlines in partnership with Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), Westfield announced today. The new venues – which include four new retail shops, a spa and an L.A.-based rock-inspired restaurant – are the first step in a dramatic transformation of Terminal 1 that, when completed, will feature 24 new dining and retail concepts with a bold new terminal design.
The six new locations are expected to open progressively, with the total transformation of Terminal 1 completed in 2018.
Transformation features 11 L.A. area restaurants and shops, high style, new amenities
LOS ANGELES (Nov. 19, 2014) – Eighteen new dining and retail destinations – including 11 Los Angeles area concepts and 13 concepts new to LAX – are coming to Terminal 6 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), Westfield announced today in partnership with Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA). The global developer is transforming the traveler experience at LAX through luxury retail, sophisticated dining, and world-class design and amenities at Terminals 1, 2, 3, 6 and Tom Bradley International Terminal.
LAX modernization continues with transformation featuring 20 new dining & retail destinations, 9 Southern California brands & cutting-edge design
LOS ANGELES (September 10, 2014) – In partnership with Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), Westfield has begun construction to transform Terminal 2 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), the developer announced today with the release of an exclusive new video. Featuring 20 new dining and retail destinations – including nine Southern California-based brands, the new Terminal 2 will boast cutting-edge design and new traveler amenities. With its U.S. headquarters located in Los Angeles, the global developer is steadily transforming the traveler experience through luxury retail, sophisticated and casual dining, and world-class design at LAX’s Terminals 1, 2, 3, 6 and Tom Bradley International Terminal.
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Design inspired by L.A.’s legendary Sunset Boulevard to feature 18 shops and restaurants
LOS ANGELES – Building off of the iconic transformation of Los Angeles International Airport’s (LAX) Tom Bradley International Terminal, Westfield today unveiled its design vision for the redevelopment of LAX’s Terminal 6 concessions, inspired by Los Angeles’ famed Sunset Boulevard. With its U.S. headquarters located in Los Angeles, the global developer is transforming the traveler experience through luxury retail, sophisticated dining, and world-class design at LAX’s Terminals 1, 2, 3, 6 and Tom Bradley International Terminal.
New children’s play area by Westfield showcases local scenery, innovative design
Surf’s up! Just in time for the holidays, a new children’s play area – dubbed “LAX Beach” – has opened in the new Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Designed by Westfield, the new play area is part of a world-class dining and retail collection by Westfield featuring over 60 new premier shops and restaurants – including 22 local L.A. brands – cutting-edge design and dazzling amenities. The terminal celebrated the start of flight operations and public opening this September, marking a major milestone in the multibillion dollar LAX modernization project.
Now serving, L.A. favorites by HMSHost highlight Westfield’s massive new dining & retail collection
LOS ANGELES, CA — Global restaurateur HMSHost, in partnership with Westfield, creator of iconic shopping destinations around the globe, is celebrating the debut of unparalleled new dining at the New Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Travelers from around the world are now delighting in the terminal’s breathtaking design, world-class amenities, and premier retail and dining collections curated by Westfield.
A hallmark of the new collection is the celebration of local restaurateurs by HMSHost and Westfield, with culinary delights ink.sack, Border Grill, CHAYA, Umami Burger, 800 Degrees, Vanilla Bake Shop and Starbucks Evenings now open in the terminal. Additional new and exciting dining – including Larder at Tavern and Starbucks – and shops will open progressively in the coming days and weeks.
A sneak peak at Westfield’s Dining Terrace, which will feature sustainable elements,demonstration-style cooking and L.A. favorites such as 800 Degrees and Umami Burger.
September 18, 2013 – Today, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti will be joined by former mayors and elected officials; airport officials and representatives of airlines; and other airport tenants to commemorate the start of South Concourse flight operations at the New Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The start of flight operations marks completion of Phase I of the overall $1.9-billion New TBIT Project.
36 new shops will showcase international fashion houses and celebrated Los Angeles brands
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June 20, 2013, Los Angeles – DFS Group (DFS), the world’s leading luxury travel retailer, in partnership with Westfield, developer of iconic shopping destinations around the globe, was joined today by Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, airport officials, business leaders and media from around the world to preview the breathtaking design and expansive retail and dining collection in the New Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) before construction is completed later this year. Injecting new energy into LAX, the massive retail program by DFS and Westfield will transform the traveler experience with its unique blend of luxury global offerings and distinctly local flavor.
New dining collection by Westfield introduces 31 new options – featuring top local L.A. favorites by HMSHost
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LOS ANGELES, CA — Global restaurateur HMSHost, in partnership with Westfield, was joined today by Los Angeles Mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa, airport officials, business leaders, a host of celebrity chefs and media from around the world to preview the inside of the New Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), which will soon delight passengers from around the world when construction is completed later this year. HMSHost will introduce seven of Los Angeles’ most celebrated local dining venues into the New TBIT with distinctly L.A. favorites and global flavors by Border Grill, ink.sack, Larder at Tavern, Umami Burger, Chaya, 800 Degrees and Vanilla Bake Shop – part of a dining collection by Westfield that features 17 homegrown L.A. concepts.
In Celebration of the Opening of The Tom Bradley International Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport
In dedication of the new Tom Bradley International Terminal, the Hollywood Scoring Orchestra will perform, Portale – A Symphonic Poem, a specially created international symphonic overture, commissioned by Westfield. Interplaying with a moving visual collage to create modern-media Performance Art, the symphony’s composition will exemplify the magnitude and grandeur of the new terminal’s architecture, echoing in the depths of the arched ceilings and building on the excitement and motion of the piece. The symphony stage will be anchored below the soaring sixty foot tall Clock Tower, which is a centerpiece in the new terminal, ascending toward the dramatic vaulted ceilings.
Architectural Design Creates New Iconic Feature for Los Angeles; World-Class Dining and Retail Experience To Set The Bar For New Passenger Experience, Reflects City’s Culture, Diversity
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(Los Angeles, California – June 20, 2013) Los Angeles Mayor Antonio R. Villaraigosa was joined today by airport officials, business leaders, local celebrity chefs, and media from around the world to launch a series of unique events designed to showcase Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and create global excitement for the New Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) before construction is completed later this year. The events continue Thursday night when Westfield hosts a Preview Gala where media, industry leaders, travel and tourism stakeholders, and the many project partners and individuals helping to bring the new terminal to fruition will gather. Then on Saturday, June 22, officials will rededicate the Tom Bradley bronze bust and nearly 12,000 Angelenos will participate in LAX Appreciation Day, a community open house.
$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.