Livingston Designer Outlet is the largest outlet mall in Scotland, and opened in October 2000 under the ownership of McArthur Glen as McArthur Glen Livingston Designer Outlet and sits opposite the popular The Centre (Livingston) shopping centre. The glass roof reminiscent of the Crystal Palace was designed by an architect called Don Hisaka.
|Location||Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom|
|Address||Almondvale Avenue, Livingston, West Lothian, EH54 6QX|
|Opening date||October 2000|
|Owner||LaSalle Investment Management|
|No. of stores and services||>70|
In August 2013 the complex was renamed to 'Livingston Designer Outlet' as the site was sold to LaSalle Investment Management. It is currently[when?] undergoing a huge makeover in which the company has invested several million pounds. 
The outlet has around 100 stores which include: Adidas, Clarks Outlet, Calvin Klein (fashion house), Tommy Hilfiger (company), Lindt Chocolate Store, Next Clearance, Nike, Ted Baker, Gap Outlet, Marks & Spencer Outlet and many more.
The outlet also contains a Vue cinema which contains 8 screens. A large food court is located on the upper level with many fast food outlets such as McDonald's and Subway, as well as traditional stalls like Spud u like. Many restaurants are also in situ such as Prezzo, Pizza Hut and Pizza Express.
- "Designer home with a dome of its own:McArthurGlen at Livingston has a structured approach to shopping". HeraldScotland.
- McCulloch, Scott (13 August 2013). "Livingston Designer Outlet sold in £52m deal".