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Lady Foot Locker
3200 N Sepulveda Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
This store is located at the northern end of the Manhattan Village Mall. Unlike its parent store, Foot Locker, thisMore store specializes in women's athletic shoes and apparel, as well as accessories like socks, purses and gym bags.
A Team Shoe Shop
1108 Manhattan Ave, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
The downtown shop sells hip athletic and casual shoes, as well as hats, socks and other stylish accessories. Groovy jazzMore and R&B music plays as you peruse the store's selection of top brand men's and women's shoes and sneakers. Visit the Web site to find out more about the Manhattan Beach boutique.
Lucy
3200 N Sepulveda Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Located at the south end of the Manhattan Village Mall, Lucy Activewear focuses on yoga and exercise apparel for women.More The store's motto is "dressing well for working out," and with a wide selection of athletic pants in varying lengths, sports bras, tops, outerwear and even accessories, it's not hard to put together a fabulous workout look. Lucy Activewear also hosts exercise classes on the first Friday of every month, and offers discounts for certified exercise professionals.
South Bay Brokers
2501 N Sepulveda Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Founded in 1985 by Jack Gillespie and Jim Van Zanten, this real estate company primarily offers services for buyers andMore sellers of residential property, although rental and leasing listings are also available. South Bay Brokers emphasizes strong teamwork to satisfy the customer's needs. The office is active in its support of local schools, educational foundations, athletic teams, philanthropic organizations and community events.
West Coast Sports Medicine Foundation
1200 Rosecrans Ave, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
The West Coast Sports Medicine Foundation was established in 1994 as a non-profit organization to provide at-riskMore high school students with an opportunity to participate in interscholastic sports and to mitigate and provide for muscular skeleton and brain related injuries. The Foundation teaches injury prevention and provides injured athletes with comprehensive and specialized medical care.  These services are provided to 22 schools and to 13,000 students at no cost to the student.