Union Landing Shopping Center

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Union Landing Shopping Center[1] is a 33 acre open air shopping mall in the 100-acre redevelopment Dyer Triangle in Union City, California, adjacent to Interstate 880, between Alvarado-Niles Road and Dyer Street and the largest shopping center in the city.[2] The majority of this area was occupied by Union City Drive-In Theater between 1966 and 1998.


There are nearly 50 businesses in the center.

Wal-Mart, iFly SF Bay, Office Max, Best Buy, Linens N Things, Century Theater complex, Petco, Lowe's, Sport Authority, Party City, Babies R Us, and Lucky's are some among them.


Tony Romas(now shutdown), Texas Roadhouse, Chevy’s, Applebee’s, TGI Friday’s Chili’s and many other locally owned restaurants. Starbucks, Jamba Juice, Krispy Kreme, Baskin-Robbins, and In-N-Out Burgers. The Tony Romas shutdown on June 13, 2014, and as of July 15, 2014 a Buffalo Wild Wings is set to take its place.


Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn, and Extended Stay America hotels and other fine lodging are conveniently located right off I-880 from the center.


The project was developed as a venture between SyWest and Gray & Reynolds Properties. Construction started in spring 1998 and was completed in fall 1999.[3]


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