Lewis Retail Centers Opens 105,000-Square-Foot MarketPlace at Calimesa, Implements Upgrade Plans at Existing Centers

by Alex Tostado

Calimesa, Calif. — Upland, California-based Lewis Retail Centers, part of the Lewis Group of Cos., has opened The MarketPlace at Calimesa, a shopping center located Calimesa.

Stater Bros. Market anchors the 105,000-square-foot retail center. Additional tenants include Starbucks Coffee, Del Taco, Cold Stone Creamery, Jack in the Box, Modern Nails, Skin Solutions Aesthetics and Supercuts.

Lewis Retail Centers has started construction on a Safeway location at Damonte Ranch Town Center in Reno, Nevada. The new 62,000-square-foot Safeway will be the third anchor of the shopping center. Other tenants include The Home Depot, RC Willey, CVS/pharmacy, McDonald’s, Twisted Fork and Mountain Credit Union. The new Safeway is slated to open in spring 2021.

Additionally, Lewis Retail Centers has implemented an upgrade program to Eastvale Gateway, its flagship 850,000-square-foot shopping center in Eastvale, California. The upgrade will include a modernization of its appearance with a repaint of the entire center. The company also recently renovated its Regency Park Plaza in Vacaville, California, by adding new high-efficiency LED lights in the parking area and an updated monument sign with LED panels, as well as upgrading the exterior of the property.

Lewis Retail Centers has also added electric car charging stations to several of its centers and plans to add more charging stations in 2021.

In an effort to assist the communities in which Lewis Retail Centers operates, the company has partnered with Lifestream Blood Bank to host 49 blood drives at 13 of its shopping centers between September and December.

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