|Location||San Jose, California, USA|
|Address||925 Blossom Hill Road San Jose, CA 95123|
|Developer||The Hahn Company|
|No. of stores and services||207|
|No. of anchor tenants||5|
|Total retail floor area||1,139,602 sq ft (105,872.5 m2)|
|No. of floors||1|
|Public transit access||Oakridge (VTA)|
Westfield Oakridge, formerly known as Westfield Shoppingtown Oakridge and Oakridge Mall, is a shopping mall that was sold to Westfield America, Inc. in 1998, and was rebranded as "Westfield Shoppingtown Oakridge" soon after.
The bankruptcy of Montgomery Ward in 2001 left an empty anchor slot at Oakridge until 2003, when Target demolished the building and constructed a new two-level store on the site. At the same time, Macy's added 75,000 square feet to its existing footprint, bringing its total square footage to more than 220,000 square feet.
Westfield began a $150 million multi-phase expansion in the Summer of 2002 and was completed in late 2003.
The bankruptcies and eventual closures of Borders and Linens n' Things brought two new anchors to the center: a Nordstrom Rack in place of Linens n' Things, and a large-format Forever 21 in place of Borders.
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- David Goll (March 31, 2009). "Nordstrom returns to Oakridge mall". San Jose Business Journal.
- "Nordstrom Reports September Sales" (Press release). Nordstrom, Inc. 2009-10-08.