Union Landing Shopping Center

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Union Landing Shopping Center[1] is an 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. The Center has two large Pylon signs near 880 and is in the process in the future to be rebranded by City Of Union City.

Co-tenants[edit]

There are nearly 72 businesses in the center on 38 parcels as well 19 property owners.

Wal-Mart, iFly SF Bay, Office Max, Best Buy, Century 25 Theater complex one of the largest in United States, Petco, Lowe's, Sports Authority, Party City, Babies R Us, Smart & Final and Lucky's. In June 2015 Tuesday Morning opened in the center.

24 Hour Fitness, Target, Home Depot, and City Sports are near the center in Hayward .

Restaurants[edit]

Tomatina, Buffalo Wild Wings, Texas Roadhouse, Chevys Fresh Mex, Applebee’s, TGI Friday's, Chili’s, 24-hour IHOP and many other locally owned restaurants.

Fast Chains[edit]

Starbucks, Jamba Juice, Krispy Kreme, In-N-Out Burgers Chipotle and Jollibee.

Hotels[edit]

Crowne Plaza, Hampton Inn, Holiday Inn, and Extended Stay America hotels and other dosshouses are located right off I-880 west from the center.

Opening[edit]

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]

Union Landing Bus Station[edit]

Union City Transit provides service to the center Routes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8.

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Coordinates: 37°36′05″N 122°03′59″W / 37.6013°N 122.0664°W / 37.6013; -122.0664