— Airports Council International-North America, 2017
The 2016 redevelopment of Terminal 6 represents a 22,000-square-foot transformation that unified three disparate buildings built over four decades. The new Terminal 6 mirrors a drive along Los Angeles’ iconic Sunset Boulevard, with a cohesive collection of districts each with their own unique distinct feel. From DTLA to the beach, T6 offers a distinct sense of place, premier dining and retail, and local brands.
T6 at a Glance
SALES PER ENPLANEMENT(1)
(1) 2019 figures.
Using existing terminal components, like winding hallways and varying elevations, the new traveler experience mirrors a drive along Sunset Boulevard. The redevelopment includes the new retail and dining collection and more than 5,000 square feet of improvements to common areas.
The transformation was made possible through a $70.5 million total investment from LAWA, URW and operating partners. LAWA and Westfield’s on-site design, construction and tenant coordination team worked together with their project partners to complete the 20-month redevelopment ahead of schedule and under budget.
Goodbye, 1960s carpet and hot dog stands. Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), in partnership with Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield Airports (URW) and Delta Air Lines, is excited to announce an elevated dining and retail experience opening as part of the totally reimagined Terminal 3 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
We’re thrilled to be working with more small, disadvantaged, woman-owned businesses in the architecture, construction and engineering fields, and Lauren Weinbaum, President of Weinbaum Management Group, is a great example of a partner who is helping to move the industry forward.