Burbank Town Center

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Burbank Town Center
Location Burbank, California
No. of stores and services 102
No. of anchor tenants 13 (11 open, 2 vacant)
No. of floors 3
Entrance to Burbank Town Center on East Magnolia Boulevard in Burbank, California.

Burbank Town Center (formerly Media City Center) is a large shopping mall that opened in August 1991, located on Magnolia Boulevard in Burbank, California, United States, with three levels of interior shopping anchored by Macy's, Burlington Coat Factory and Sears, and outdoor shopping anchored by Office Depot[1] (and formerly IKEA). It is operated by Cypress Equities.


Former anchors[edit]

  • Bullock's (closed 1996, replaced by Macy's)
  • CompUSA (opened 1995, closed 2006, now Steve & Barry's)
  • Mervyns (opened 1987, closed 2008, now Burlington)
  • IKEA (closed 2017, slated for conversion to a residential complex)
  • Circuit City (closed 2009, now Ashley Furniture)
  • Steve & Barry's (opened 2007, closed 2009, now Crunch Fitness)
  • Sport Chalet (closed 2016, now vacant)

Major stores and restaurants[edit]



In popular culture[edit]

  • The September 24, 2006 episode of the television program Cold Case, entitled Rampage, used the Town Center as a setting for a 1995 mall shooting spree.[2]
  • The September 22, 2011 episode of the television program The Mentalist, entitled Scarlet Ribbons, was filmed at the Town Center.[3]
  • The Call, a 2013 thriller starring Halle Berry, Abigail Breslin, and Morris Chestnut, used the Town Center as a setting.[4]
  • In the summer of 1992, Burbank Town Center (referred to as Media Center Mall in the episode) was used in the Nickelodeon show "Wild and Crazy Kids" for the episode "Shopping Center Challenge" featuring guest stars Danny Cooksey, Michael Bower, And Venus DeMilo from "Salute Your Shorts"


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Coordinates: 34°11′01″N 118°18′45″W / 34.1837°N 118.3126°W / 34.1837; -118.3126