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Stanford Shopping Center

Photographer: Herb Real

The 62-acre Stanford Shopping Center is one of Northern California’s premiere malls. Built in 1956 it has 130 upscale stores. Stanford Shopping Center’s plans to revamp the 61-year-old mall began with a proposal to demolish Bloomingdale’s and build four new retail buildings in its place, including a “lifestyle-oriented retail complex.”

The four ground-up buildings, totaling about 140,000 square feet, stand at the site where Bloomingdale’s had been for decades. Three are a little over 30,000 square feet, with the fourth approximately 50,000 square feet. The latter also includes office space on the second floor. Buildings were finished as a core and shell project with tenant fit-outs done separately at all retail spaces by various contractors.

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140,000 square feet

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