Contents 1 History 2 Use in films 3 References 4 External links


History[edit] The three-level mall was built on the site of Moses Sherman's original 1911 thousand-acre investment in the area, at the present-day intersection of Ventura and Sepulveda boulevards.[5] It opened in 1980 with two department stores (Robinsons anchored the south, May Company anchored the north).[6] Pacific Theatres' Pacific 4 occupied the uppermost level of the mall.[6] The mall became famous in the early 1980s as being the center of the teenage mall culture and a well-known teenage hangout.[7] The Galleria and nearby malls formed the basis of the Frank Zappa/Moon Unit Zappa 1982 satirical single "Valley Girl" from Zappa's album Ship Arriving Too Late To Save A Drowning Witch.[8][9][10] Following on the popularity of the song, the TV show Real People hosted an Ultimate Valley Girl competition (referred to as "a nightmare" by contest judge Moon Zappa), at the Galleria.[11] In 1993, Robinsons and May Company merged, forming Robinsons-May - both stores in the mall were converted to Robinsons-May, the north store becoming a Men's and Home store, and the south store becoming a Women's and Children's store.[6][12] The next decade saw business at the Galleria decline. In January 1994, the mall closed for 11 days for repairs following the Northridge earthquake.[13][14] Although the mall reopened quickly, Robinson-May didn't re-open its south wing store for four years following the earthquake, and many smaller stores on that floor closed.[15] During that closure, the mall suffered due to having only one main anchor store. Mall management sued to evict Robinson-May in 1998, alleging that the delay was a lease violation and caused the store closures, but R-M countersued, claiming that poor mall promotion and management were the cause.[15] Closures continued through the 1990s until a gift and jewelry shop was one of the few remaining stores in 1999.[7] The rebuilt Sherman Oaks Galleria, opened in 2002, seen from Ventura and Sepulveda The mall closed in April 1999 for a major renovation[7] and reopened in 2002 as an open-air center which was quite different from its previous incarnation.[16] The new layout was termed "mixed-use".[17] The only remnant of the original mall is the court where the Pacific 16 Theatres is located, which are on the uppermost of what was previously the southern Robinsons-May store. The majority of the remaining mall was turned into offices.[18] Warner Brothers set up offices[1] in what was once one of the mall entrances. Several mortgage companies and financial services providers are headquartered within the mall. Additional tenants include several major restaurant chains. The remodeling and new construction was done by Peck/Jones Construction, which in 2005 filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy.[19][20] On Monday, June 4, 2007 the Pacific Galleria 16 Theaters changed into an ArcLight Cinema, as the Pacific Theaters own the ArcLight brand.[21] The transformation began gradually, with re-branding at the start, and renovation throughout the summer of 2007. The theater was closed for three months to complete the process.[21]


Use in films[edit] The Galleria was featured in scenes in several films. Fast Times at Ridgemont High,[18] Valley Girl[7][18](aerial, exterior shots), Night of the Comet, Commando,[22][23] Back to the Future Part II,[23] Albert Brooks' Mother,[23] Terminator 2: Judgment Day,[24] Phantom of the Mall: Eric's Revenge,[25] Walk Like a Man (1987),[26] Innerspace[27] and Chopping Mall[28] were filmed at the Galleria, as were scenes for the 2011 release Crazy, Stupid, Love.[29][30]


References[edit] ^ a b Directory. Sherman Oaks Galleria. Accessed May 29, 2011. ^ Shops. Sherman Oaks Galleria. Accessed May 29, 2011. ^ Information. Sherman Oaks Galleria. Accessed May 29, 2011. ^ Parking Information. Sherman Oaks Galleria. Accessed May 29, 2011. ^ Gordon, Ashley (May 26, 2011). "Living Here: Sherman Oaks". Los Angeles Daily News.  ^ a b c Dreyfuss, John (April 6, 1981). "Sherman Oaks Galleria - The Case of the Invisible Mall". Los Angeles Times. p. F1. (subscription required) ^ a b c d Hastings, Deborah (March 8, 1999). "Whatever happened to the Valley Girl?". The Daily Courier (Arizona). AP. p. 8A. Retrieved 2011-07-21.  ^ Demarest, Michael; Stanley, Alessandra (September 27, 1982). "Living: How Toe-dully Max Is Their Valley". Time Magazine.  ^ Goggans, Jan; DiFranco, Aaron (2004). The Pacific Region (Series: The Greenwood Encyclopedia of American Regional Cultures). Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 281. ISBN 978-0-313-33043-8. Retrieved 2011-11-14.  ^ Strouse, Jean; Moley, Raymond; Muir, Malcolm (January 1, 1985). "Update". Newsweek. 106 (1-9). (subscription required) ^ "Valley Girl contest? Gag me with a spoon". Eugene Register-Guard (Google News Archive). Wire services. September 27, 1982. Retrieved 2012-09-30.  ^ "Robinsons, May Co. to merge". Daily News of Los Angeles. October 17, 1992.  ^ White, George; Miller, Greg (November 26, 1994). "Brisk Sales Reported at Valley Stores Business". Los Angeles Times. p. A1.  ^ Bettner, Jill (March 21, 1994). "Shook Up, but Still Standing : Temblor: Aftershock jolts Valley residents' already frayed nerves". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2011-07-21.  ^ a b White, George (July 17, 1998). "Dispute Batters Galleria; Business: Sherman Oaks mall owner seeks to evict its largest tenant, Robinsons-May". Los Angeles Times. p. Metro 1.  ^ Sauerwein, Kristina (February 17, 2001). "Valley Icon's Reopening Has Some, Like, Worried". Los Angeles Times.  ^ "Moribund Mall Makeover: Sherman Oaks Galleria by Gensler". ArchNewsNow. October 9, 2002.  ^ a b c Bergsman, Steve (2004). Maverick Real Estate Investing: The Art of Buying and Selling Properties. Wiley. pp. 117–118. ISBN 978-0-471-46879-0. Retrieved 17 July 2010.  ^ Greenberg, David (January 3, 2005). "Contractor Peck/Jones headed for Bankruptcy Court under Chapter 7". Los Angeles Business Journal. Retrieved 2011-07-21. (registration required) ^ Bronstad, Amanda (October 28, 2002). "Tough economy hurting region's big private firms. (Up Front)". Los Angeles Business Journal. Retrieved 2011-07-21.  ^ a b Scott, Julia M. (August 8, 2007). "Posh theater experience coming to Valley: Upscale Arclight to open at Sherman Oaks Galleria". Los Angeles Daily News. Archived from the original on 2007-08-12.  ^ Sullivan, Deborah (November 5, 1998). "Still Happy as Fall Guy". Los Angeles Daily News (thefreelibrary.com). [Bob Yerkes] has swung across the Sherman Oaks Galleria for Arnold Schwarzenegger in Commando.  ^ a b c Fitzpatrick, Eileen (July 13, 1996). "Only in L.A. - A Conventioneers Map to Star Video Sites". Billboard. 108 (28): 60.  ^ Hamblin, Cory (2009). Serket's Movies: Commentary and Trivia on 444 Movies. RoseDog Books. p. 62. ISBN 978-1-4349-9605-3.  ^ Szebin, Frederick C. (1989). "Eric's Revenge". Cinefantastique. 20 (1/2. (November)): 30. We eventually shot at Sherman Oaks Galleria. Roger Corman shot Chopping Mall there.  ^ Walk Like a Man (1987) at 1:00:36. ^ Lustig, David (June 22, 1989). "What's the Attraction? Valley Area Draws Its Share of Tourists". ProQuest Archiver. Los Angeles Times. p. 9A. Retrieved 2011-07-23.  ^ Duralde, Alonso (April 7, 2009). "Cinema du food court: Great mall movies". MSNBC.com.  ^ Lowman, Rob (July 4, 2010). "Carell's choice to star in 'Despicable Me' and leave 'The Office' is all for the kids". Los Angeles Daily News. Archived from the original on 2010-07-18. Retrieved 2011-07-23.  ^ Verrier, Richard (May 5, 2010). "On Location: California film tax credit helping keep Hollywood at home". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2010-07-17. 


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