America's Most-Visited Shopping Malls

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These popular malls lure tourists and locals alike by offering much more than retail therapy.

No. 11 South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa, CA

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Annual Visitors: 22 million

Year Opened: 1967

Size: 2.7 million square feet

The queen of southern California malls is as chic as they come, with the country’s largest concentration of luxury and designer shops to prove it. That sound you hear—above the patter of high heels—is the cha-ching of South Coast cash registers ringing up a U.S.-leading $1.5 billion in sales annually. Each square foot of retail space earns around $800 per annum, nearly twice the national average. Like other L.A.-area malls, the Orange County landmark is also a pop culture icon where numerous movies (Clueless) and TV shows (The O.C. and Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County) have been filmed.
southcoastplaza.com

Source: South Coast Plaza

America's Most-Visited Shopping Malls

No. 11 South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa, CA

Annual Visitors: 22 million

Year Opened: 1967

Size: 2.7 million square feet

The queen of southern California malls is as chic as they come, with the country’s largest concentration of luxury and designer shops to prove it. That sound you hear—above the patter of high heels—is the cha-ching of South Coast cash registers ringing up a U.S.-leading $1.5 billion in sales annually. Each square foot of retail space earns around $800 per annum, nearly twice the national average. Like other L.A.-area malls, the Orange County landmark is also a pop culture icon where numerous movies (Clueless) and TV shows (The O.C. and Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County) have been filmed.
southcoastplaza.com

Source: South Coast Plaza

Courtesy South Coast Plaza
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