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The Promenade In Temecula (usually abbreviated by locals as "The Promenade Mall") is a shopping mall in Temecula, California, owned by Forest City Enterprises. Its anchor stores are J. C. Penney, Macy's - occupies two anchor spots: Macy's North (which was a former Robinsons-May) and Macy's South (which preceded North), and Sears.
Considered the first successful adaptive re-use project in the country, was originally a chocolate factory established by Domenico “Domingo” Ghirardelli. The chocolate manufacturing operation was sold and transferred to San Leandro in the 1960s. Unique shops and restaurants were created within the old factory combining the latest in retailing and fine cuisine with the flavor of old San Francisco. The restoration project officially opened on November 29, 1964.
Today, Ghirardelli Square delights visitors with its lively retail mix, while maintaining Ghirardelli’s tradition as a trendsetter for the rest of the world. It continues to serve as a model for restoration complexes throughout the country such as Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston and Baltimore’s Harborplace.
Buena Park Downtown, formerly Buena Park Mall, is an enclosed shopping mall located in Buena Park, California, adjacent to the Knott's Berry Farm theme park. The mall is anchored by Bed Bath & Beyond, DSW Shoe Warehouse, Ross Dress For Less, Sears, Steve & Barry's, 24 Hour Fitness, and Wal-Mart. The mall opened in 1961 and is currently managed by Developers Diversified Realty. The mall also has stores across the street with Petsmart, Office Depot, Kohl's and Circuit City as primary tenants. The mall also has a movie theater operated by Krikorian Theaters. Source
The Willows Shopping Center is located in one of the fastest growing areas of the East Bay in Concord, California. The center boasts a strong line up of national retailers including Old Navy, Cost Plus World Market, REI, CompUSA, Claim Jumper, Benihana and the newest member in holiday 2006, Pier One. Located in a densely populated area, the customer is a college educated, white collar professional, with over two-thirds opening their own home. The average household income of $92,574 is 24 percent above the state average. Over forty-five percent of customers are between the ages of 35 and 54 and in the prime of their career. The center is located adjacent to and is visible from the major north/south of I-680 that links the area to San Francisco. In addition, two BART stations provide rapid transit for office workers from the surrounding area to the city. Source: Wikipedia
The local Shopping Center and Mall has become a regular feature of the American landscape. Sacramento has a prime example in the Taylor Center. The Taylor Center features 20 specialty shops and restaurants at the corner of Fulton and Marconi. Beauty salons, fast food, books and collectibles - you’ll find them all at theTaylor Center. It is a cornerstone of the neighborhood.
Lakewood Center is located in the heart of the city of Lakewood at the intersection of Del Amo and Lakewood Boulevards. JCPenney, Macy’s, Mervyn’s, Robinsons-May and TARGET anchor Lakewood Center. TARGET opened on October 12, 2003. An expansion in 2000-2001 brought about over 300,000 square feet of new stores, a food court and a Macy’s and Mervyn’s store. In addition to the enclosed mall, there are numerous destination big box retailers, restaurants, and two Pacific Movie Theatres. In total, Lakewood Center contains approximately 2.1 million square feet of retail space featuring over 270 stores and more than 30 restaurants.
Old Navy, Bed Bath & Beyond, Sport Chalet, Barnes & Noble, Macaroni Grill, Chili’s, and AMC 15 Now Open. Visit exciting new stores at the All New Eastridge today, including Vans, Crazy 8 by Gymboree, Hollister, Victoria’s Secret, Sanrio, Aeropostale, Bath & Body Works, Hot Topic, Forever 21, and more.
Enjoy our new amenities, friendly customer service and convenient parking. Come and see for yourself in how we have created a special place for you. Exit Capitol Expressway from Highway 101 or 680.
Love shopping? Then you'll want to visit Brea Mall. This upscale center hosts 5 major department stores - Nordstrom, Macy's, Robinsons-May, JCPenney and Sears - plus 175 specialty shops, the newly remodeled Foodworks Food Court and several fine restaurants, including The Cheesecake Factory, Le Diplomate Cafe and California Pizza Kitchen, which all feature outdoor patios.
Featuring terrific stores such as Macy's, JC Penney, Sears, Hollister, Bath and Body Works, Pacific Sunwear, Zumiez, Aeropostale, The Children's Place, Crazy 8, Victoria's Secret, Express, NY & Company, Zales, Kay Jewelers and Howie's Game Shack.
Over 130 stores, including: Abercrombie & Fitch, Banana Republic, Gap, Guess?, Macy's, Nordstrom, Victoria's Secret and more.
Capitola Mall is a shopping mall located in Capitola, California. It is managed and owned by Macerich. The mall sits on the northern edge of the Monterey Bay in Santa Cruz County. Capitola Mall is located on 41st Avenue just off Highway 1 at Capitola Road in Capitola. Capitola Mall opened in 1977, and was renovated and expanded in 1988/89. It is the only enclosed regional shopping center in Santa Cruz County. Source
The Village at Corte Madera offers an extraordinary shopping experience. The charming town of Corte Madera is just 7 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge, where millions of tourists enjoy an active outdoor and cultural lifestyle. Here, the quintessential Northern California lifestyle means film festivals, wine tastings, hiking and boating - all within reach of San Francisco's big-city attractions. The area's upscale shoppers will find luxury, high-end shopping at The Village at Corte Madera, including Macy's, Nordstrom, The Apple Store, Coach, J.Jill, Janie & Jack, and Anthropologie.
The Pruneyard Shopping Center is a sprawling 250,000 square foot lifestyle shopping center located within a mixed use development in the City of Campbell, California. The Shopping Center features a movie theater, Trader Joe's, over 15 eating establishments and 35 retail, service and entertainment businesses. The Pruneyard is located at the intersection of Campbell and Bascom Avenues, just east of State Route 17. In addition to the shopping center The Pruneyard features three office towers totaling over 350,000 square feet and the recently renovated, Tuscan inspired, boutique style, Pruneyard Plaza Hotel.
The Shops at Tanforan is the San Francisco Peninsula's most exciting new retail and dining destination! Anchored by JCPenney, Sears and Target, the completely renovated center features all new retail and dining including BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse, Barnes & Noble Booksellers, Old Navy, Ulta, Victoria's Secret, Forever 21, G by Guess, Hollister, Justice, and Nine West! With new amenities such as soft seating areas, Wi-Fi, family restrooms, a children's play area, and an exciting new food court, The Shops at Tanforan is the new shape of shopping for your entire family.
Northridge Mall Security Team offers a variety of security assistance to serve you. Trained officers provide a safe and secure shopping environment both inside and outside the center via foot patrol, bicycle unit and by vehicle and with the support of a camera surveillance system.
El Paseo Gardens is mall located in Palm Desert's upscale El Paseo shopping district. The mall features forty-two stores, five restaurants, as well as a public square at the shopping mall's street front. A large modern art fountain can be found on the front quare alongside modern art sculpture exhibits. Source
Stonestown Galleria boasts more than 130 sought-after retailers such as Nordstrom, Macy’s, Williams-Sonoma, Borders, J. Crew, Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, and a brand-new Apple Computer store. All in one convenient location, with acres of free parking and easy access from 19th Avenue.
Macy’s, Ross, Sport Chalet, and Off Broadway Shoe Warehouse comprise over 600,000 square feet. The food court, unique blend of retailers and soft seating throughout the mall compliment the tenant mix. A large atrium is also a distinctive feature within the enclosed mall, perfect for specialty events, entertainment and community gatherings.
The Fashion Fair Mall is an enclosed shopping mall located in Fresno, California. It is anchored by Gottschalks, J. C. Penney, Macy's Men and Children, and Macy's Women and Home. Source
Las Americas Premium Outlets is conveniently located from all areas of San Diego, just 20 minutes south of downtown off two freeways: From I-5 exit right on Dairy Mart Road, go 1/8th mile and turn left onto Camino de la Plaza. The center is one mile on the right. From I-805 exit on Camino de la Plaza, the last exit before the International border crossing into Mexico. Turn right and go 1/8th mile, center is on the left.
The mall as of 2007[update] is going through an extensive renovation that has moved the old 10 screen theater to a replacement Cinemark 16 screen "stadium style seating" theater in the north ring road area on Avenue O-8. The vacated theater pad will house new restaurants and a new corridor is being built along it for another 31 stores. The Antelope Valley Mall currently has major retail stores like Aéropostale, Hollister Co., New York & Company, Lane Bryant, American Eagle Outfitters, Anchor Blue, Old Navy, Tilly's, Build-a-Bear Workshop, Zumiez, Hot Topic, and more. Source
Hillsdale Shopping Center has the finest collection of department stores and specialty shops in the Bay Area. Nordstrom, Macy's, Mervyn's and Sears, plus 130 specialty stores and restaurants including our newly opened Lucky Brand Jeans. Watch for Anderson Bakery and LensCrafters opening soon.
From its location just off of Highway 4, Somersville Towne Center is ideally positioned to capitalize on the area’s boom. Anchors Macy’s, Gottschalks, Sears and Mervyn’s, are joined by 65 specialty stores, services and restaurants. National retailers, such as Victoria’s Secret, Forever 21, Claire’s, Bath & Body Works, Lids, Kay Jewelers, Anchor Blue, Pac Sun, Foot Locker, Regis Salon and Champs, complement a variety of regional and local merchants. Macy’s rousing grand opening in 2004 followed a mall renovation that was completed in late 2003.
The largest regional shopping center in Contra Costa County featuring approximately 170 retail shops, services and restaurants. You'll find the very best of shopping at Macy's, Sears, JCPenney along with many other specialty shops. When it's time for refreshments, Sunvalley Shopping Center offers over a dozen restaurants for any palate. You can visit Johnny Rockets for a 50's style burger, Fresh Choice for a cool salad, or incredible sushi at Todai. So whatever your shopping needs, whatever your tummy craves...Sunvalley welcomes you!
Enjoy our beautiful marble floors, fountains, skylights, palm trees and lush tropical foliage while you shop among top-notch stores such as Ann Taylor, The Disney Store, Victoria's Secret and so many more. Get a quick bite to eat in our Laguna Cafe's Food Court, adjacent to the huge B. Dalton Bookseller.
Great Mall features the best names in manufacturers’ and retail outlets including Neiman Marcus Last Call Clearance Center, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH, St. John Knits Outlet, Abercrombie & Fitch Outlet, bebe Outlet, Hollister Outlet, Victoria's Secret, American Eagle Outfitters and Kohl's. If you're seeking entertainment, Dave & Buster's, Century Theaters and Outback Steakhouse are here to meet your needs!
Victoria Gardens, located North of Foothill Boulevard between Day Creek Boulevard and Etiwanda Avenue by the Interstate 15 freeway, is a pedestrian-oriented, open-air, mixed-use town center in Rancho Cucamonga, California. The 147-acre (0.59 km2) project consists of residential areas, office space, retail stores, public plazas, a movie theater, and a civic cultural arts center. It officially opened October 28, 2004. Source: Wikipedia
Inland Center is a shopping mall located in San Bernardino, California. The mall is currently anchored by Gottschalks, Macy's and Sears. Source