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Vintage Faire Mall
Village at Vintage Faire Mall.JPG
The Village at Vintage Faire Mall entrance
LocationModesto, California
Coordinates37°41′19″N 121°03′14″W / 37.68868°N 121.05401°W / 37.68868; -121.05401Coordinates: 37°41′19″N 121°03′14″W / 37.68868°N 121.05401°W / 37.68868; -121.05401
AddressIntersection of Sisk Road, Dale Road, Standiford Avenue and State Route 99
Opening dateMarch 12, 1977; 45 years ago (March 12, 1977)
DeveloperThe Hahn Company
ManagementMacerich
OwnerMacerich
No. of stores and services174
No. of anchor tenants5
Total retail floor area1,083,309 sq ft (100,642.7 m2)
No. of floorsMall - 2

JCPenney - 2

Macy's Men's and Home - 2

Macy's - 2

Furniture City - 3
Parking1,000+
Websiteshopvintagefairemall.com

Vintage Faire Mall is a shopping mall located in Modesto, California, USA. It is owned and operated by Macerich and is adjacent to State Route 99. The mall is a hub for StanRTA bus service.

History

In 2001, the mall's owner Macerich invested $10 million in an extensive renovation that included new escalators, new railings and carpet on the second floor, new tiles on the first floor, modern light fixtures and new exterior signage. A new elevator was built in the center of the mall and a wing of the second floor was converted into a food court.

In 2008, the mall opened an expansion that added a new outdoor "lifestyle center" to the former parking lot space between a mall entrance and what was previously Forever 21. The new expansion, called "The Village at Vintage Faire Mall", added several new retailers including Apple, BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse, Coach, Chico's, Charming Charlie, Sephora, Men's Wearhouse, Chipotle Mexican Grill and Buffalo Wild Wings.[1]

In 2015, Sears Holdings spun off 235 of its properties, including the Sears at Vintage Faire Mall, into Seritage Growth Properties.[2]

Anchor Stores

Former

References

  1. ^ "The Village at Modesto mall opens to great fanfare". The Modesto Bee. November 14, 2008.
  2. ^ "At Vintage Faire Mall - Seritage". www.seritage.com.
  3. ^ NathanBomey. "Sears store closing list: 142 more Sears, Kmart locations closing in Chapter 11 bankruptcy". USA TODAY.
  4. ^ "The Modesto Bee". Sears at Modesto’s Vintage Faire Mall and Kmart in Ceres close their doors. January 9, 2019.