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Here's another epic shopping center to add to our city's growing roster. As if DTLA's Arts District couldn't get any cooler (wellness oasis The Springs, marketplace Artists & Fleas, and vintage decor store Hammer & Spear are just a few recent draws), the active area has scored it's very own shopping hub called At Mateo.
Our sister site Curbed LA scored the first rendering of the approximately 130,000-square-foot shopping complex, which looks "less Grovey and more like Old Town Pasadena." Slated to open in fall 2016, At Mateo will bring "artisan eateries and drinking establishments, fashion-forward retailers and local services," as well as a parking garage with 400 spaces.
Which "fashion-forward retailers" do you want to see here?
· First Look at the Arts District's Fancy First Shopping Center [Curbed]
· Mapped: The Biggest LA & OC Shopping Center Openings in 2015 [Racked]