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La Mirada Shopping Centers Improving

 Construction activity can be heard at two shopping centers in La Mirada as property owners and commercial tenants make major investments in new buildings and remodeling.

A Walgreens drug store is currently taking shape in the Crossroads Center located at Imperial Highway and La Mirada Boulevard.  Construction of a 35,000-square-foot supermarket and an additional 4,005-square-feet of s

This map shows the incorporated areas in Los A...

This map shows the incorporated areas in Los Angeles County, California. La Mirada is highlighted in red. I created it in Inkscape using data from the Los Angeles County Website (Los Angeles County Incorporated Area and District Map (PDF). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

hop space is scheduled to begin in the near future.  Overall private investment in the project is approximately $14 million.

Some $400,000 in improvements are underway in the 1.5acre commercial center located at the southeast corner of Valley View Avenue and Rosecrans Avenue.  New signage and a façade upgrade are being done to the building.  A Shell gas station recently opened for business on the same corner adjacent to Mr. V’s restaurant.

Plans are also advancing for improvements to another shopping center located on the northeast corner of Valley View Avenue and Rosecrans Avenue.  A 10,000-square-foot building in the center will receive new signage and a façade upgrade.

Improvements to private properties in La Mirada reflect a positive trend in the community following the national recession.  Assessed valuation of private properties in La Mirada passed the $5 billion mark during the past year, according to the Los Angeles County Assessor’s office.

The City of La Mirada’s “Shop, See, Splash!” campaign has been credited with helping to stimulate more than $1.1 million in local sales in recent years.  The program promotes shopping in La Mirada to keep local stores in business, return sales tax to the community, and reduce blight in shopping centers.

During each of the past five years, the City of La Mirada has been named a finalist for the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation’s “Most Business Friendly City” Award.  No other community has been selected as a finalist in five consecutive years.

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