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WHAT

 

Award Winning History

Gilman District Corner
Gilman District
Uptown Monterey r.g. Burgers

Located on the Gilman corridor in northwest Berkeley, California, our Whole Foods anchored Gilman District project, the repurposing of obsolete and under-utilized commercial buildings into a 95,000 square foot neighborhood shopping district. In addition to Whole Foods, the project includes a relocated and right-sized Office Depot, Philz Coffee, Doughnut Dolly and Farmburger, other retail  shops and restaurants, and a locally based artists collective. Completed in 2014, the Gilman District project was awarded by Berkeley Design Advocates its 2015 Excellence in Design Award.

Gilman District Berkeley
Bridgeside Center
Bridgeside Center
Nob Hill, Bridgeside Center

Located on the Inner Harbor in Alameda, California, our Nob Hill Markets anchored Alameda Bridgeside Center, a public / private venture between Foothill Partners, Regency Centers and the City of Alameda Redevelopment Agency, was awarded by the California Redevelopment Association in 2008 as the State of California’s “Best Commercial Redevelopment Project of the Year”.

Alameda Bridgeside Center
Uptown Monterey Peet's Coffee and patio
Uptown Monterey Trader Joe's and Pharmaca
Uptown Monterey r.g. Burgers

Located at the top end of downtown Monterey,  California, our Trader Joe’s anchored Uptown Monterey Shopping Center, a public/private venture between Foothill Partners and the City of Monterey, was LEED® (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) Silver certified in August, 2008 by US Green Building Council, the first LEED certified shopping center in the State of California.

Uptown Monterey
Town Center Belltower
Town Center Amphitheater
Selland's
El Dorado Hills Town Center

El Dorado Hills Town Center thrives as a central shopping and dining district for the western slope of El Dorado County. From 1997 to 2012, in as much a labor of love as anything else, Foothill collaborated with The Mansour Company in converting a 100-acre horse pasture into an 800,000 square foot downtown district. Once described by the Sacramento Bee as "hosting more events than Disneyland," Town Center has become the center of commerce, culture, and community in El Dorado Hills.

Upcoming Projects

 

Reno Public Market; South Virginia Street at Plumb Lane, Reno, Nevada

The 150,000 square foot 1960s-era Shoppers Square Mall, dated and tired, is about to be demalled and completely redeveloped / repurposed / refreshed in a partnership with its original owner, the Casazza family. Located on great real estate in Reno's vibrant Midtown District, Reno Public Market will reassert itself as part of the resurgence of Reno itself. It will feature a 30,000sq food hall anchored by a craft brewery/distillery, along with a 28,000sq specialty organic grocer. First reconstruction starts fall of 2019, with a likely overall completion summer of 2021. 

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Central Pacific Yard; Truckee Railyard, downtown Truckee, California

A specialty grocer-anchored 90,000sq component of the Truckee Railyards expansion of downtown Truckee. The Railyards, under master-developer Holliday Development, will double the size of downtown Truckee, draw from the entire North Tahoe region, and add over 600 housing units to Truckee. Anticipated completion of our buildings is fall  2020.

El Cuartel Nuevo, Munras at Webster, downtown Monterey, California

Foothill’s first housing-over-retail mixed use project, comprised of 5,000 sf of ground floor retail shops and ten second floor studio apartments, located across Munras Avenue from Foothill’s Uptown Monterey. A public/private partnership with the City of Monterey. Anticipated completion spring 2020.

 

Completed Projects

The Cooper-Molera Adobe, Munras Avenue at Alvarado Street, downtown Monterey, California

In partnership with Washington DC-based National Trust for Historic Preservation, this is the re-imagining of historic commercial buildings at the Cooper-Molera Adobe historic site in the heart of downtown Monterey. It is located next door to Foothill’s Uptown Monterey Trader Joe’s Center. The Trust and Foothill are operating the Cooper-Molera Adobe in a “shared-use” model  – the Trust operates three of the buildings in an ongoing interpretive program, with Foothill having returned the remainder of the buildings to commercial uses: restaurant and bar, bakery café, and wedding / corporate / cultural event center. 

553 Munras Avenue, Monterey, California

A companion project to Uptown Monterey, a single tenant (Fidelity Investments) infill building on a former gas station site. 2008 – 2009

Glendale Marketplace, Reno, Nevada

A 220,000 square foot Wal Mart Super Center, a joint venture project developed for the Reno Sparks Indian Colony, on tribal lands. The largest economic development project in the history of the Reno Sparks Indian Colony. 2006 – 2010

Hutton Ranch Plaza, Kalispell, Montana

A 45 acre community shopping center anchored by Signature Theatres. A joint venture with Signature Theatres. 2007 – 2010

Park Oaks Village, El Dorado Hills, California

A 34,000 square foot professional office complex co-developed with The Mansour Company. 1999 – 2000

Sonora Crossroads, Sonora, California

A 350,000 square foot Wal-Mart/Mervyns/Safeway/Staples anchored regional shopping center. 1990 – 1994

Clayton Station, Clayton, California

A 120,000 square foot Safeway/Walgreen’s anchored community shopping center. 1987 – 1990

Tassajara Crossing, Danville, California

A 150,000 square foot Safeway/Longs anchored community shopping center at Blackhawk. 1987 – 1990

Loveridge Shopping Center, Pittsburg, California

A 185,000 square foot Wal-Mart anchored community shopping center, one of Wal-Mart’s first Northern California stores. 1991 – 1993

Third-Party Merchandising and Development Advisory Services (partial listing)

Willow Village, Menlo Park, California

A three-year consulting assignment for Facebook, which involved foundational land planning and land use consulting for retail and mixed use elements within an intended 62 acre development at Willow Road and Highway 84 in Menlo Park.
 

Washington West Retail Shops, Fremont, California

A 50,000 square foot public/private Walgreen’s anchored strip center. A fee development for the Washington Township Hospital District of Fremont. 1999 – 2004

The Power Plant at Rockwell Center, Makati City, Metro Manila, the Philippines

A 750,000 square foot fashion mall component of an 8 million square foot mixed use project. Merchandise planning and North American major tenant leasing team manager. A consulting assignment for Benpres Holdings / Rockwell Land Corp. / Meralco (Manila Electric Company), in collaboration with Toronto-based Design International / D. I. Design & Development Consultants Ltd. 1995 – 1997

La Fiesta Square, Lafayette, California

Concept plan, business plan and merchandising plan development for a 70,000 square foot main street mixed-use suburban core redevelopment. A consulting assignment for Kemper Real Estate (Kemper Insurance). The business plan and property were subsequently sold and the project was successfully implemented by others. 1995 – 1997

Broadway Point, Walnut Creek, California

Concept plan, business plan and merchandising plan development for a 60,000 square foot suburban core retail center redevelopment of a city block owned by Bank of America. A consulting assignment for Bank of America Corporate Real Estate. The business plan and property were subsequently sold and the project was successfully implemented by others. Pottery Barn, Il Fornaio, Restoration Hardware.

Broadway Plaza, Walnut Creek, California

Concept plan, business plan and remerchandising plan for an existing 700,000 square foot suburban core open air retail mall. A consulting assignment for REIT of America/US Leasing/Unicorp of Canada – master-planning the renovation and remerchandising and major tenant leasing (Nordstrom) of what is now Walnut Creek’s ULI award-winning Broadway Plaza. The property and project plan were sold to and implemented by The MaceRich Company. 1983 – 1985

Davis Marketplace, Davis, California

A 150,000 square foot Safeway/Longs/McCaulou’s Department Stores anchored fee development for Davis-based apartment developer Fox Properties. 1984 – 1985

Fremont Hub Shopping Center, Fremont, California

A 650,000 square foot Mervyn’s/Ross/AMC/Safeway anchored fee redevelopment and leasing assignment for BankAmerica Realty Investors. 1980 – 1985

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