#Los Angeles is a big, sprawling city, with little shops and sexy boutiques on just about every corner. The sprawl makes choosing the place for a day of shopping a logistic decision; there are a lot of malls, whole streets and beachfront strolls devoted to selling you something you cannot buy anywhere else in the world. Let us check out the list of best shopping centers in Los Angeles.

Americana at Brand

It is one of the largest and most famous shopping centers in the United States. The #Americana At Brand comprises two hundred condominiums and 240 luxury apartments. It offers numerous services to visitors, such as ATM, an electric car charging station, a car wash, a bike valet, concierge services, and a family lounge.

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Its food and beverage stores are famous all over the world. Both The Grove and The Americana at Brand are organized upon the idea of a city center—with a mix of architectural styles and vast open spaces at each project's center.

Hollywood and Highland Center

The Hollywood & Highland Center is situated in the Hollywood district, Los Angeles. The complex offers views of the Hollywood Sign, Hollywood Hills, Santa Monica Mountains, and downtown Los Angeles. As a visitor, you can click snaps outside with a giant prop Oscar that was used on the red carpet years ago. The mall has more than seventy shops and thirty restaurants.

Beverly Center

Beverly Center is one of the most famous shopping centers in Los Angeles. This monolithic eight-story structure is located at the edge of West Hollywood and Beverly Hills, between San Vicente and La Cienega boulevards.

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The mall's unique shape is the result of its position at the intersection of a number of angled streets and its location above the Salt Lake Oil Field. Its rooftop terrace and externally visible escalator offer visitors views of the Hollywood Hills, the Los Angeles Westside and Downtown Los Angeles.

Northridge Fashion Center

#Northridge Fashion Center values every voice and provides exceptional opportunities for personal and professional growth. Its relationship-oriented approach creates an outstanding environment for its visitors, retailers, and investors. The first store to open at the mall was a Bullock's department store, in 1971. It currently has over 100 stores, including Abercrombie & Fitch, American Eagle Outfitters, The Body Shop, Champs Sports and Cotton On Kids.

The Grove at Farmers Market

The Grove is one of the largest retail and entertainment complexes in Los Angeles. This shopping center features a large park with animated fountains designed by WET. Its music-fountain show plays every hour, though the feature has a non-musical program in between shows. The Grove's many restaurants include chains like The Cheesecake Factory and Maggiano's Little Italy.