Crossroads of the World has been called America's first outdoor shopping mall. Located on Sunset Boulevard and Las Palmas in Los Angeles, the mall features a central building designed to resemble an ocean liner surrounded by a small village of cottage-style bungalows, in different styles. It was designed by Robert V. Derrah and built in 1936. Once a busy shopping center, the Crossroads now hosts private offices, primarily for the entertainment industry. It has been used for location shooting in many films, television shows and commercials. A reproduction of Crossroads' iconic tower and spinning globe can be seen at Walt Disney World in Florida. It is on the US National Register of Historic Places (added 1980). Between the nine buildings the styles represented are Streamline Modern, Spanish style, California Mediterranean, Italian, French, Moorish, Cape Cod, and a 'European village'.