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It's the year of major megadevelopment announcements. In addition to Culver City's Platform, DTLA's One Santa Fe, Playa Vista's The Runway, and Huntington Beach's Pacific City, SoCal is also scoring The Point, a massive retail/resto/fitness center in El Segundo that's slated to debut summer 2015.
Located at Sepulveda Boulevard and Rosecrans Avenue, the 115,000-square-foot destination—which will feature a fancy landscaped plaza with "engaging water features"—has nabbed a host of indie shops and blue chip names, including OC-based women's boutique No Rest for Bridget, denim label Lucky Brand, and workout wear brand Athleta. On the fitness front, star-faved indoor cycling studio SoulCycle has also signed on with the the development. In addition, our sister site notes that stylish eatery Superba Food + Bread, Mendocino Farms, and other "tried-and-true food concepts" are headed to to the South Bay nabe.
Update: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that men's shop Wittmore was joining The Point's lineup.
· The Point [Official Site]