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Delta Shores complex in south Sacramento filling up with new tenants

Inside look at the new Delta Shores retail center in south Sacramento

Delta Shores, a massive 1 million square-foot “power center,” opened the first of nearly 100 stores and restaurants in August, 2017 on a sprawling site next to Interstate 5 at the new Cosumnes River Boulevard interchange.
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Delta Shores, a massive 1 million square-foot “power center,” opened the first of nearly 100 stores and restaurants in August, 2017 on a sprawling site next to Interstate 5 at the new Cosumnes River Boulevard interchange.

Last summer, the evolving Delta Shores shopping complex was being billed as a welcome retail boost to the south Sacramento area.

In September, the first of a projected 70 stores and restaurants started going into the massive, 1 million-square-foot “power center” along Interstate 5 at the Cosumnes River Boulevard interchange. The pace has picked up since then.

A flurry of arrivals popped up since the dawn of 2018, including the Jan. 26 opening of a 170,000-square-foot RC Willey home furnishings store at 8340 Delta Shores Circle South. It employs about 150 and is one of only a dozen “full-service” stores in the Utah-based chain.

The previous week, Comcast opened a new Xfinity store, a 5,052-square-foot suite with 15 employees.

Those openings are now sharing space with retail operations ranging from an El Pollo Loco fire-grilled chicken eatery to a 300-employee Walmart anchor store.

More information can be found at deltashoressacramento.com, featuring a home page plastered with dozens of retailer logos.

ALSO

  • Urban Outfitters, 500 J St., Sacramento: The Philadelphia-based chain opened its new store Jan. 24 in the Downtown Commons retail complex bordering Golden 1 Center arena.
  • SacYard Community Tap House, 1725 33rd St., Sacramento: The new business was up and rolling with a Jan. 24 soft opening, offering various beers and welcoming a steady stream of food trucks.
  • Bravo Coffee Bar, 813 Sutter St., Folsom: The coffee stop opened for business on Jan. 26; it’s open daily at 6 a.m., and pastries are part of the experience.
  • Sprouts Farmers Market, 2810 Del Paso Road, Sacramento: Phoenix-based Sprouts opened its new 29,000-square-foot store in North Natomas with a ribbon-cutting ceremony last Wednesday.
  • Moska Brewing Co, 5860 Pacific St., Rocklin: Saturday’s grand opening opened up a world of flavor, including a “chocolate dipped biscotti-inspired imperial stout.”
  • Cafe Gran Milan, 1801 L St., Sacramento: Operators of the high-end artisan bakery/cafe of the same name in Richmond are rolling out a soft opening for their new midtown Sacramento site on Monday.
  • Pho Tam, 25004 Blue Ravine Road, Folsom: The Vietnamese cuisine restaurant is now open, touting filet mignon in its offerings.
  • Amaro Bistro & Bar, 1100 R St., Sacramento: The Italian restaurant in midtown closed Jan. 27 after just a year in business.
  • Romano’s Macaroni Grill, 2739 E. Bidwell St., Folsom: On-site signage confirmed the recent closing of the local restaurant.
  • Cattle Rustlers Steakhouse & Saloon, 7040 Sunrise Blvd., Citrus Heights: A sign posted at the restaurant entrance last week said the ownership opted not to renew its lease at the site, and was closing permanently.
  • Mount Aukum Winery, 6781 Tower Road, Somerset: The El Dorado County destination finished up its “Au Revoir Wine Sale” and closed doors for good on Wednesday.

Open & Shuttered, a rundown of recently opened and closed businesses in the Sacramento area, will appear periodically in The Bee’s Sunday Business section.

Mark Glover: 916-321-1184, @markhglover

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