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B U S I N E S S i n M A N H AT TA N B E AC H our way, slated for a 2021 completion. “The second phase of redevelopment encompasses 60,000+ square feet of retail/ restaurant space, two parking decks [with 12 Tesla supercharger stations], a large green space for community gatherings, unique seating areas, and lush landscaping.” MAC, Origins, and Holly and Hudson Nail Lounge all opened within the last year. Joey Manhattan Beach, a new Mexican restaurant, Mercado, and the widely popular healthy dining chain Urban Plates are all a part of the Manhattan Village redesign. “When complete,” Willis tells me, “the new Manhattan Village will be a 648,000 square-foot, indoor-outdoor dining and shopping experience introducing modern luxury and coastal-chic while embracing the allure and hometown feel of the West Coast lifestyle.”

Whether a small business like Grow and Two Guns or the booming retail hub at the Manhattan Village Shopping Center, each one contributes something unique and important to the commercial landscape of Manhattan Beach. David Gammill

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I love that sentiment. It perfectly encompasses why Manhattan Beach is different. Luxurious and chic, but laid back and homey. The assortment of companies, both local and global, contribute to the patchwork of our city’s character. Whether a small business like Grow and Two Guns or the booming retail hub at the Manhattan Village Shopping Center, each one contributes something unique and important to the commercial landscape of Manhattan Beach. “The mix of businesses helps define our city,” says George Apostol. “The tenants all feed off each other. You don’t want all of just one thing. We love having Toyota; we don’t want ten of them.” The compilation of old and new businesses, from mom-and-pop shops to international enterprises, elevates Manhattan Beach from a simple beach city to a thriving economic ecosystem. MB

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Manhattan Beach Chamber of Commerce Annual Destination Guide and Business Directory 2020

Manhattan Beach Destination Guide & Business Directory 2020  

Manhattan Beach Chamber of Commerce Annual Destination Guide and Business Directory 2020