La Habra Fashion Square
|Location||La Habra, California, United States|
La Habra Fashion Square was an open-air regional mall in La Habra, California, built by Bullock's, the last and largest of the "Fashion Square" malls it built, after Santa Ana, Sherman Oaks and Del Amo.
Other stores at opening included Hickory Farms, B. Dalton Bookseller, Damon's, Draper's, Leed's, See's Candy, Slavick's Jewelers, United California Bank and Crocker-Citizens Bank. Restaurants included Fiddler's Three, Don Paul and Lyons.
Partially due to the proximity of other malls, and also that the envisioned Imperial Highway (SR-90) and Beach Boulevard (SR-39) freeways were never built and thus never brought the expected traffic, the mall turned out to be disappointing had, in general, disappointing sales performance. The Bullock's store was closed in 1992, razed in the late 1990s and strip mall buildings were constructed in the mall's place.
Current shopping center
The strip mall-style center now on the site is named La Habra Market Place. Current tenants include Smart & Final (formerly Drug Emporium), Ross Dress for Less, LA Fitness, Sprouts Farmers Market (formerly OfficeMax) and Regal Cinemas.
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