Built: 1965, Michigan's first enclosed mall
Westland, Wayne and Warren Roads
- The City of Westland was named after the shopping center
- Michigan's first enclosed mall
- Children's play area
- Macy's Lakeside Grille has a terrace that overlooks the mall's interior
Although not designed by Victor Gruen, Westland Center was the third in a series of regional shopping centers developed by J.L. Hudson Co. to showcase a Hudson's satellite and continued the directional theme. The mall also inspired the township in which it sat, Nankin Township, to incorporate into the city of Westland.
The mall has four anchors: Sears, JC Penney, Macy's and Kohl's. It also has over 87 retail stores. Dining options include Macy's Lakeside Grill, Olga's and A&W. The mall also has a children's play area and a walking club. The walking path, including all hallways, measures approximately three-quarter miles.