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H&M Beverly Center..?

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Get Smart, Oct 25, 2006.

  1. Get Smart

    Get Smart Senior member

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    I just remembered, isnt it supposed to open on the 26th (tomorrow)?

    27,000 sqft full concept store.
     
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  3. Get Smart

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    ok perfect, I have that 10th off from work
     
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    For my clarification - of the three So. Cal stores, this one at Beverly is the only one that has men's stuff right?
     
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    For my clarification - of the three So. Cal stores, this one at Beverly is the only one that has men's stuff right?

    Supposedly Santa Anita will have men's as well, but some people said that they wouldn't, and that the opening was delayed until Dec 13.
     
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    I don't think I'm even going to attempt to go to any of these stores (especially beverly center) until sometime after xmas. The parking at beverly center limits my visits there to about once every 2 years :p
     
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    I've never thought of Bev Center parking to be bad at all....we always find a spot right away, and getting out never takes more than a couple minutes. We usually get in right after lunch and leave before 4, if that makes a difference but I'm assuming this is peak time during weekends. Now at Xmas time, you're right, that place is a combatzone. Avoid during month of December at all costs. unless you get there at 10am and leave before 2pm
     
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    I think I'm just anti-parking structure :p
     
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    I just have better things to do than curse everyone on La Cienega as I try to get in/out of the lot.

    Here's to hoping Santa Anita sees the light...
     
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    I go in thru San Vicente...always less crowded than La Cienega side
     
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    They'll prolly have the new Victor and Rolf stuff which is coming in November.

    ETA: I really think H&M is having it's best season in a very long time, so you should find quite a bit.
     
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    The Beverly Center bums me out. It's almost as bad as Hollywood and Highland. I agree the parking isn't that bad, but the whole traffic scene over there is a headache unless you get over there midweek midday.
     
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    san vicente piece of cake
     
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    I go in thru San Vicente...always less crowded than La Cienega side
    Hmm...I normally don't try that entrance unless I'm coming up from the 10 for whatever reason. I'll try that next time. The other thing I used to try was just parking across the street in the mini-mall lot. Usually easier to deal with, especially if I was having lunch at Daily Grill anyway.
     
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    It isn't THAT bad. No worse than any other large shopping center in LA (Grove, 3rd St. Promenade, etc.)......
     
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    I have far more reservation going to 3rd St Promenade than the Bev Center. In general parking garages suck because if it's crowded you end up in that dreaded train of cars that you can't get out of, and you're thinking "shit, there needs to be 10 more open spaces before I can park"
     
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    I have far more reservation going to 3rd St Promenade than the Bev Center. In general parking garages suck because if it's crowded you end up in that dreaded train of cars that you can't get out of, and you're thinking "shit, there needs to be 10 more open spaces before I can park"

    I always park on 2nd street, in the one that looks like the office building out of the Matrix. It's like $5 and worth it cuz noone parks there haha
     
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    I always park on 2nd street, in the one that looks like the office building out of the Matrix. It's like $5 and worth it cuz noone parks there haha
    Or hell, even the mall. You don't have to pay until what, 5pm? and then I think it's $5 for the day, too.
     
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    I park at the mall, but dread going in there since the only time I'm there is when everyone else has decided to go (weekends). My favorite mall to park at is SCPlaza, with its wide open horizon of endless parking....and i've never not found a good spot on the Nordstrom's side where you enter thru the men's dept.
     
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    I have the best spot for south coast, even during xmas time I always find a spot [​IMG]
     

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