We invite you to visit Westfield Horton Plaza, downtown San Diego's fashionable front door. Horton Plaza is located just blocks from the San Diego Convention Center with entrances on First Avenue & G Street near Nordstrom or Fourth Avenue and E Street. Anchored by Macy's and Nordstrom, Horton Plaza has more than 100 specialty stores for necessities or splurges, plus exciting dining and entertainment options. Some of our shops include: Banana Republic, CVS, Express, Forever 21, GAP, LOFT, Penninsula Luggage, Panda Inn, Teavana, Travelex Currency Exchange, Victoria's Secret, White House Black Market and many more. Also on site, you'll find Regal/United Artist Theatres, The Lyceum Theatre, Mad House Comedy Club and our neighbor The Balboa Theatre.
About Horton Plaza
Horton Plaza opened in August 1985. It was designed by Jon Jerde, named for the founder of San Diego Alonzo Horton and was developed by the Hahn Company. It was sold to the Westfield Group in 1998 and Westfield still owns it today. Horton Plaza is not your typical shopping center. The center boasts a myriad of surprises around each corner and is known for its colorful architecture. It is an outdoor, five-level mall, located on six and a half city blocks, adjacent to the Gaslamp Quarter in downtown.