NewPark Mall

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NewPark Mall
Location Newark, California, US
Coordinates 37°31′35″N 122°00′03″W / 37.526337°N 122.000792°W / 37.526337; -122.000792Coordinates: 37°31′35″N 122°00′03″W / 37.526337°N 122.000792°W / 37.526337; -122.000792
Address 2086 NewPark Mall
Opening date August, 1980[1]
Developer Macy's[2]
Management Rouse Properties
No. of stores and services over 140[1]
No. of anchor tenants 5
Total retail floor area 1,161,681 square feet (107,923.7 m2)[1]
No. of floors 2
Parking 5,000+

NewPark Mall is a 1,161,681 square feet (107,923.7 m2) super-regional mall in Newark, California. Opened in August 1980, it currently houses more than 140 stores. It serves the Tri-City area (Fremont, Newark and Union City). The mall underwent extensive renovations that were completed in early 2017. Among the additions are a 12-screen AMC movie complex with an IMAX screen and an elaborate new glass-walled restaurant area with views through the entire property.

The Marin Farmers Markets nonprofit organization operates a farmers market on the mall property on Sunday.[3][4] The mall is adjacent to the Newark campus of Ohlone College and Newark Memorial High School.[5]

Anchor stores[edit]

The mall opened in 1980 with Macy's and Sears. A 1985 expansion added Mervyns, which relocated from the Fremont Hub.[6] Emporium-Capwell was added as in 1989,[7] followed by JCPenney in 1991.[8] The Emporium store closed and became Target in 1996.[6] Old Navy, which also move from Fremont Hub, was added in 2000.[9] It closed in 2005 and became Steve & Barry's in 2007.[10] After Mervyns closed in 2007, it became Burlington Coat Factory in 2010.[11] Target closed in 2012 and was replaced by AMC Theatres.[12]

The AMC Theater has the only Prime Theater in northern California.

John's Incredible Pizza completed construction adjacent to the AMC movie complex in early 2017.

Jack's Restaurant & Bar as well as Pieology Pizzeria have also opened in 2017 as part of the ongoing renovations taking place at NewPark Mall.


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