Ross returns to Alameda Towne Centre
Management at Alameda Towne Centre have confirmed long-held rumors that a Ross Dress For Less will be returning to the shopping center. The 30,187-square-foot store is tentatively slated to open this fall in the former Safeway building.
“Ross is famous for the terrific values it offers customers every day on first-quality, in-season, name brand and designer apparel, accessories, footwear, and home fashions for the entire family. We are very pleased to welcome Ross to the Centre,” Michael Corbitt, retail portfolio manager for Harsch Investment Properties, was quoted as saying in a press release.
An Orchard Supply Hardware store had been planned for the site. Ross’s original tenure at the center ended when the store closed in January 2006.
In addition to Ross, the center will over the next few months be home to a Pagano’s Hardware Store, Pearl’s Deluxe Burgers, Sophistry Skin Care, and Fruits & Chocolates, a dessert shop, the release said.
“We have had a good amount of tenant prospect activity recently and with Ross and the other newly signed tenants in place we will be at approximately 90 percent occupied with several other additional deals in negotiations,” Corbitt said.