Santa Maria Town Center
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|Location||Santa Maria, California, United States|
|Developer||The Hahn Company|
|No. of stores and services||65+|
|No. of anchor tenants||3|
|Total retail floor area||600,000 sq ft (56,000 m2).|
|No. of floors||2|
Santa Maria Town Center (sometimes simply referred as Town Center) is a shopping center located in Santa Maria, California, United States. It is located on the junction of Routes 135 (Broadway) and 166 (Main Street), as well as intersection of Cook Street, and Miller Street. Santa Maria Town Center is known to be the largest enclosed shopping center on the Central Coast of California, with about 600,000 square feet (55,740 square meters). It also consists of 25 acres (10 ha) of retail space, 3,200 parking spaces, and over 65 stores. It opened in 1976 with Gottschalks and Sears as anchors. May Company California, later Robinsons-May and now Macy's, was added in 1990. Gottschalks closed in 2009.
In 2010, the mall's owners defaulted on a loan.
In 2012, the mall was sold to Spinoso Group, who began renovations on the former Gottschalks wing. The old Gottschalks building became a Regal Cinemas, and the wing will include entertainment venues such as a soccer training facility.
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- "Santa Maria Town Center Mall Opens With Sears, Gottschalk's". Los Angeles Times. 1976-09-12. p. i10. (Subscription required (. ))
Santa Maria Town Center, a $30-million retail complex which contains Sears and Gottschalk's department stores and 85 shops. is now open in Santa Maria. The two-level enclosed mall was developed by a partnership of Rybar Associates; Santa Marla Central City Investments, a limited partnership of Santa Maria area businessmen; and Ernest W. Hahn Inc. of Hawthorne. Architect of the project was Burke, Nicolais and Archuleta, Pasadena.Alternate Link via ProQuest.
- Rapp, Dawn (2005-10-04). "Macy's Will Open In Santa Maria, The Department Store, Which Had Signed On to the Marketplace but Backed Out, Will Replace Robinsons-May At The Town Center". San Luis Obispo Tribune. p. A1. Retrieved 2016-01-24 – via NewsBank. (Subscription required (. ))
- Ramos, Julian J. (2010-07-03). "Town Center owner deals with default". Santa Maria Times. Retrieved 2012-10-14.
- Potthoff, Gina (2012-10-10). "Santa Maria Town Center Mall Has Been Sold". Noozhawk.com. Retrieved 2012-10-14.
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