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Macy's isn't the only department store stalwart that'll have a hand in Westfield Century City's megamillion-dollar makeover. Putting rumors to rest, Nordstrom has announced it is indeed moving its massive store to the Extra-faved (and bike-friendly) shopping center, raising the renovation price tag to a cool $800 million.
Per a hot-off-the-press release, Nordstrom's relocated West LA outpost will land at a whopping three stories, totaling 149,000 square feet. It's expected to debut in 2017 with fellow luxury tenants Tom Ford and Armani and of course, those 4,700 parking spots; Macy's is slated to reopen November 2016.