Lakewood Marketplace

City of Lakewood - Planning

562-866-9771, extension 2341


Scott Burns, Shauna Mattis

The Lakewood Marketplace is a 26-acre community shopping center located at all four corners of the intersection of Woodruff Avenue and South Street in Lakewood, CA. Zoned C-4, the site has approximately 298,000 sq. ft. of gross leasable area, anchored by Pavilions, Rite Aid and Ross.

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Parcel map of Lakewood Marketplace property(PDF, 611KB)

Lakewood Marketplace is situated at the intersection of two major arterial streets near the border between Lakewood and Cerritos and within 1.5 miles of the 91 Freeway and the 605 Freeway. The site's surrounding streets have a 91,593-vehicle average daily traffic count. The surrounding neighborhood is a mix of single-family residential, multi-family residential, commercial, and open space land uses.

Demographic data about the City of Lakewood is available on the City's Census Information page. The table below shows population, household and median income data around the site.

Permit Information

The City of Lakewood has permit information for the site dating back to 1960.

Lakewood Marketplace Los Angeles County Assessor Map(PDF, 611KB)

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Property Profile


Lakewood Marketplace


5420-5699 Woodruff Avenue 5905-5935 South Street Lakewood, CA 90713


26 acres

Gross Floor Area

298,000 sq. ft.


C-4 (General Commercial).

To see the rest of the city’s zoning designations, view(PDF, 1MB) the Lakewood zoning map.

General Plan Designation

Commercial(PDF, 1MB)

Daily Traffic Counts (2012)

26,199 (South, B/T Woodruff & Palo Verde)

23,610 (South, B/T Bellflower & Woodruff)

21,554 (Woodruff, B/T Allington & South)

20,230 (Woodruff, B/T South & Del Amo)

Lakewood Traffic Counts (2002 - 2012)(PDF, 1MB)