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Located in the Northeast San Fernando Valley at the busy intersection of Roscoe and Van Nuys Boulevards, Panorama Mall offers a variety of shops and restaurants for your entire family. From anchors Walmart and Curacao to Forever 21, The Children’s Place, Aeropostale, Finish Line and GameStop, you’ll find it under one roof. Follow us on Facebook and keep visiting our website for the latest news on upcoming events and specials.

Panorama City Shopping Center 1960
Panorama City Shopping Center 1960

Jon Woods, Valley Times Collection/Los Angeles Public Library

Panorama City Shopping Center 1964
Panorama City Shopping Center 1964

George Brich, Valley Times Collection/Los Angeles Public Library

Enclosing of Panorama Mall by The Macerich Company
Enclosing of Panorama Mall by The Macerich Company

Security Pacific National Bank Collection/Los Angeles Public Library

Panorama City was a planned residential project by real estate developer Fritz B. Burns and steel magnate Henry J. Kaiser to accommodate war veterans when they returned home after World War II. Burns and Kaiser established Kaiser Permanente Hospital and Panorama City Shopping Center to provide services and goods to the population. During 1955-1964, the center featured over 100 stores including the department stores Broadway, Robinson’s, Montgomery Ward, and Orbach’s. The center was enclosed in 1980 under ownership of The Macerich Company. Broadway closed its doors in 1996 and the first Walmart Super Center opened in May 1998. This was the first Walmart in the City of Los Angeles and first multi-level Walmart in the United States. La Curacao opened in 1995 focusing on hard goods and changed their name to Curacao in 2012. The mall was purchased by Primestor Development in November 2015 and provides a variety of products, services, dining and entertainment options for the San Fernando Valley and beyond. In addition to shopping and entertainment, the mall supports local schools, non-profits and government agencies all year-round.