Westfield Eastland

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Westfield Eastland, formerly Eastland Shopping Center, is a shopping mall in West Covina, California, currently owned by The Westfield Group. Its anchor stores are Mervyns (now closed), Target and Burlington Coat Factory.

Westfield America, Inc., a precursor to Westfield Group acquired the shopping center in 1998, and renamed it "Westfield Shoppingtown Eastland", dropping the "Shoppingtown" name in June 2005.

Once a fashionable department store-anchored regional shopping mall, in 1997 it was converted to a power center, as the nearby Plaza at West Covina became the dominant area center. It was once anchored by a five story May Company department store, where the Target now stands. Uniquely, the power center is two levels, with parking for the lower level on south side of the center and parking for the upper level on the north side. Corridors connect both the upper and lower levels.


Eastland Center was designed by architect Albert C. Martin and opened in 1957 as an outdoor mall along the San Bernardino Freeway (U.S. Route 60 and U.S. Route 99, later Interstate 10). It opened with a 5-level May Company on the east end of the mall, and 2-Level W.T. Grant on the west end. This mall was unique at the time, as it had a regular mall on the upper level, and a strip center on the lower level facing the freeway. The Huddle restaurant chain had a location in the parking area where a TGIFridays now stands. An outparcel structure, known as the Avenue...
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