Oakridge Mall in San Jose Adds New Merchants in Shopping Centre Refresh
A wide-ranging upgrade at Westfield Oakridge shopping centre will add several new merchants, including a mattress retailer and game and entertainment site, says a report published in mercurynews.com. The revival replaces a former Sears department store and a shuttered Sears automotive repair outlet and is a fresh example of how shopping centres can combat the challenges posed by the forbidding retail apocalypse in the United States. Sleep Number, GameWorks, Wheel Works, and Meet Fresh are opening during 2020, according to Westfield Oakridge, one of the Bay Area’s major regional shopping centres.
“Westfield Oakridge is excited to continue to debut new offerings and experiences as part of the comprehensive ongoing remodel of the property’s former Sears department store space,” the mall stated in comments e-mailed to this news organisation. The new merchants will arrive on the heels of the opening in November 2019 of a Living Spaces store that totals more than 100,000 square feet and replaces a long-time Sears department store. “These new offerings are part of our effort to further serve the community and to unlock Oakridge’s full potential to enhance the overall guest experience,” said Jacob Huerta, general manager with Westfield Oakridge, which is located on Blossom Hill Road at Santa Teresa Boulevard in San Jose.
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