Livermore, Calif. — RedMill Capital and ANICO Eagle LLC will break ground this month on The Shops at Livermore, a 115,000-square-foot mixed-use development in the upscale Bay Area suburb of Livermore.
The center is expected to have a variety of fashion retailers and a mix of sit-down, quick-service and fast casual restaurants. The center is immediately adjacent to San Francisco Premium Outlets, a popular outlet center in the Bay Area. The 13-acre site for The Shops at Livermore is located the intersection of El Charro Road and West Jack London Boulevard.
The Shops will take advantage of the 4 million-plus shoppers who visit the existing outlet mall each year and, although owned by completely separate entities, the two centers will be seamless, each looking like an extension of the other,” says Jon Stocker, development director for RedMill. “We are picking up where the outlets left off by providing not only premium fashion brands, but also a wide variety of great restaurants, entertainment venues and recreational opportunities.”
The Shops at Livermore is scheduled to open in the summer of 2018. The center is being leased by Julie Taylor, executive vice president, and Stephen Rusher, senior vice president, of Colliers International. RedMill Capital, based in Summit, New Jersey, is the developer, with finance partner ANICO Eagle, a subsidiary of American National Life Insurance Co.