Anderton Court Shops

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Roderick Grant
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Post by Roderick Grant »

Many LA tourists go to Rodeo Drive for the window shopping, whether or not they can afford to buy anything from Dolce & Gabbana or Gucci. The building stands out from its neighbors, no matter how hard they try to draw attention to themselves, just as Morris does, but I suspect Rodeo Drive gets more tourist traffic than Maiden Lane.

Currently there is a major remodeling of the building adjacent to the north side of Anderton for a new Battaglia store, which will apparently move out of Anderton. One thing that Anderton lacks is ample space for expanding stores. The shops are quite small. Kazanjian Jewelers, a long-time tenant (see early Storrer 356), is still there, but the top-most shop is for lease.

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