LOS ANGELES — Starting this spring, when international travelers arrive or depart from here they will have a new array of eating and shopping options to choose from at LAX’s Tom Bradley International Terminal.
As part of a $1.5 billion project to redevelop the languishing 28-year-old terminal, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, airport governing body Los Angeles World Airports and Westfield Group on Wednesday unveiled a lineup of 60 stores and restaurants that will cover 54,000 square feet at the terminal, including 28 that have never been in an airport before and 22 local names. Westfield is investing $80 million in the stores and restaurants, and estimated they will generate $98 million in annual sales.
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