Westwood Village shopping, Los Angeles
In sunny Los Angeles, nestled between Wilshire Boulevard and Veteran Avenue, shoppers can find a paradise of shopping deals and excitement at Westwood Village. Consider that the wide range of goods and services available makes Westwood Village a premium one-stop shopping destination. For example, for hair and beauty treatment, options abound. Antonio’s Hair Salon and Frege Hair and Beyond are only two of the options available. There are also various providers of health services, such as Eyes of Westwood with Patrick Doyle and Lindora Weight Loss Clinic. In addition, the Westwood Village serves many wealthy neighborhoods, such as Pacific Palisades, the Wiltshire Corridor, Brentwood, and Beverly Hills.
A visit to Westwood Shopping Center can be the perfect blend of pleasure and convenience. Resources at Westwood Village range from office services and psychic to bookstores and travel agents. Why not get your shoes repaired while you shop? You can do that. Even going to a movie at the Westwood Village Garage can be a highly refreshing experience. This theater boats comfortable seats, large screens, and beautiful surroundings.
A side benefit of visiting Westwood Village is its link to California history. The shopping village was built in 1928 by the Janss family, less than one hundred years after Los Angeles was incorporated as a city. Some original and historic tenants, such as Stan’s Donuts, remain in the Village. The area hosts Art Deco and Mediterranean-revivalist architecture. The boom of Westwood Village in the late 1920’s corresponded with the selection of the Westwood Hills as a new location for UCLA. In 1970, the Oppenheimer Tower was built, a 24-story office building that initiated a mixture of styles of architecture in the Westwood Hills. The Hammer Museum in the Westwood Hills houses a large collection of Impressionist and post-Impressionist works, including the largest collection of Daumier works outside of France. This underscores that whatever you are looking for, you can find it in the Westwood Village.
Westwood Village address
1100 Westwood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90024
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Last updated by Theresa I. Soto on 19 February, 2012 in Destinations.