Contents 1 History 2 Anchors 3 Former Anchors 4 References 5 External links


History[edit] Developer David D. Bohannon acquired 848 acres (343 ha) from Burleigh H. Murray in the Beresford (later called Hillsdale) neighborhood in 1939-40[1] and began developing the area, starting construction on the Andrew Williams Grocery Store at the corner of Hillsdale Boulevard and El Camino Real in 1941.[1][2] Sears selected the Hillsdale site for one of its earliest suburban stores in 1948, and the Hillsdale Mall master plan was completed in 1952;[2] Bohannon was reportedly inspired by the recently completed Westlake Shopping Center in Daly City.[3] In December 1954, Hillsdale Mall opened as an open-air center,[4] featuring Sears (completed in 1949)[5] and the first suburban branch store of Macy's San Francisco,[6] later adding Emporium in 1962. Sculptures by Benny Bufano were commissioned for the mall in the 1950s. By 1970, Hillsdale had more than 150 stores.[1] Through the 1960s and 70s, Hillsdale Mall marked the northern end of a popular Friday night cruise route along El Camino Real for young drivers.[7] Bufano sculpture In 1982, faced with competition from San Diego-based developer The Hahn Company's Fashion Island less than two miles to the north, Hillsdale underwent a major renovation under the leadership of Bohannon's daughter, Frances Bohannon Nelson.[8]. The outdoor shopping center was leveled and replaced with a modern two-level enclosed mall, encompassing Macy's and The Emporium along with two new anchors: Mervyn's[3] at the mall's north end and Northern California's first Nordstrom[2][5]. Fashion Island struggled from inception and gradually lost tenants until its closure in 1996. Bridgepointe, an outdoor power center and office park, sits on the former Fashion Island site.[9][10] In 1995, the merger between Emporium parent company Broadway Stores and Macy's led to the closure of the mall's Emporium anchor. Sears traded its building across from the mall for the former Emporium building, and moved into the mall proper in 1996.[11] The next major change for the property came in 2008 with the bankruptcy and subsequent liquidation of Mervyn's. The building was subdivided between three major tenants: The Cheesecake Factory and H&M on the building's ground floor, and Forever 21 occupying the building's second level and part of the first.[12] The mall's Crate & Barrel store, which had opened in 1996, became outmoded with the opening of larger stores in San Francisco and Palo Alto and shuttered in 2011.[13] Paul Martin's American Grill opened in the former Crate & Barrel in 2013.[14] The former food court on the first level of the Sears Building north of 31st in 2014; the Sears Building was demolished in August 2016. The next renovation at Hillsdale started with a March 2013 planning document, filed with the city of San Mateo, detailing plans to replace Sears with a three-story 174,000-square-foot (16,200 m2) Target, adding a nine-screen luxury cinema, and relocating the food court from its location in the Sears/Cost Plus Building north of 31st Street to the second-story bridge over 31st; the bridge links the north Sears Building with the main mall building between 31st and Hillsdale.[15][16] The plans also included a new building at the northwest corner of El Camino and 31st, to be built when a tenant was secured.[15] In December 2013, however, Bohannon put the proposed project on hold, citing changing marking conditions.[17] Although Sears stated they had no plans to close the store at the time the plans were made public in 2013,[15] the company later announced in 2016 the April closure of the Hillsdale store.[18][19] Because Target pulled back, the 2013 proposal, which would have reused the existing Sears building north of 31st, was re-imagined and re-introduced in November 2014.[20] Also partly in response to public and official feedback, Bohannon presented a modified version of the 2013 plans in February 2015, dropping the idea of building a three-story Target in favor of a bowling alley and fitness center, as the mall sought to be an experiential destination, pivoting away from retail space, in the face of competition from online shopping.[21] Planning officials asked Bohannon to consider incorporating housing as a mixed-use project, but a spokesman for the company said San Mateo's height restrictions made it unfeasible.[22] The plans were approved in March 2016.[23] Sears closed in April 2016.[24] Demolition of the former Sears building started on August 25, 2016.[25] Construction on the replacement North Block buildings, which are planned to achieve LEED Gold certification, is expected to continue through fall 2018, with the luxury cinema scheduled to open in late 2017.[23] Hillsdale, along with Bellevue Square, NorthPark Center and South Coast Plaza, remains one of the few major shopping centers to remain in private ownership, continuing to be owned by the Bohannon family.


Anchors[edit] Macy's (246,175 sq ft (22,870.4 m2)) Nordstrom (150,000 sq ft (14,000 m2))


Former Anchors[edit] Mervyn's (80,000 sq ft (7,400 m2)) - closed in October 2008 Sears (206,000 sq ft (19,100 m2)) - closed in April 2016


References[edit] ^ a b c Fredericks, Darold (2 April 2012). "Hillsdale and David Bohannon". San Mateo Daily Journal. Retrieved 6 February 2017.  ^ a b c "Timeline". Bohannon Companies. 2016. Retrieved 6 February 2017.  ^ a b Fredericks, Darold (19 January 2015). "Super malls in the county". San Mateo Daily Journal. Retrieved 7 October 2017.  ^ On Film Inc (1957). "In the Suburbs". Redbook Magazine. Retrieved 10 July 2017 – via Internet Archive.  - promotional film ^ a b Morch, Al (19 May 1995). "Downtown San Mateo: Everything's waiting for you". San Francisco Examiner. Retrieved 6 February 2017.  ^ Bohannon Companies (2011). "Bohannon Companies History". Bohannon Companies. Archived from the original on 20 September 2011. Retrieved 2015-04-22.  ^ Buchanan, Paul D. (25 March 2002). "Cruising the history of the El Camino Real". San Mateo Daily Journal. Retrieved 6 February 2017.  ^ Lempert, Sue (4 May 2015). "OPINION: The legacy of Frances Bohannon Nelson (1922-2013)". San Mateo Daily Journal. Retrieved 6 February 2017.  ^ Wilson, Marshall (1 December 1997). "Building on Fashion Island Failure / San Mateo's Bridgepointe attracts host of major stores". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved 6 February 2017.  ^ Hartlaub, Peter (14 January 2011). "Never mind the Bullock's: A tribute to Fashion Island in San Mateo". The Poop [parenting blog], San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved 6 February 2017.  ^ Wilson, Marshall (13 September 1997). "Book Smarts / San Mateo chains competing for readers, turf". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved 6 February 2017.  ^ Silverfarb, Bill (16 May 2011). "The Cheesecake Factory coming to Hillsdale". San Mateo Daily Journal. Retrieved 6 February 2017.  ^ Wilcox, Barbara (17 February 2011). "Hillsdale Mall Pins Hopes on Remodel, New Tenants". San Mateo Patch. Retrieved 30 December 2017.  ^ Dudnick, Laura (1 July 2013). "Paul Martin's to Open at Hillsdale Shopping Center". San Mateo Patch. Retrieved 30 December 2017.  ^ a b c Pender, Kathleen (25 March 2013). "Target may edge out Sears in San Mateo". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved 6 February 2017.  ^ Silverfarb, Bill (28 March 2013). "Cinema, Target in works for Hillsdale Shopping Center". San Mateo Daily Journal. Retrieved 6 February 2017.  ^ Durand, Michelle (2 December 2013). "Hillsdale postpones shopping center renovation plans: Mall expansion halted for further economic review". San Mateo Daily Journal. Retrieved 6 February 2017.  ^ Dowd, Katie (10 February 2016). "Local Sears, Kmart stores among dozens to be closed nationwide". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved 6 February 2017.  ^ Weigel, Samantha (27 January 2016). "Sears to close as Hillsdale revamp proceeds: San Mateo Planning Commission to consider future of shopping center". San Mateo Daily Journal. Retrieved 6 February 2017.  ^ Weigel, Samantha (23 December 2014). "New proposal for Hillsdale Shopping Center: Bohannon Development Company wants luxury movie theater, bowling alley, gym". San Mateo Daily Journal. Retrieved 6 February 2017.  ^ Weigel, Samantha (12 February 2015). "Hillsdale seeking fresh look: San Mateo officials, public respond favorably to revisions for proposed movie theater, bowling alley, other improvements". San Mateo Daily Journal. Retrieved 6 February 2017.  ^ Weigel, Samantha (29 October 2015). "Hillsdale set for high-end renovations: Planners and community seek housing in shopping center redevelopment proposal". San Mateo Daily Journal. Retrieved 6 February 2017.  ^ a b Weigel, Samantha (9 March 2016). "Hillsdale Shopping Center getting revamp: San Mateo approves redevelopment, tearing down Sears". San Mateo Daily Journal. Retrieved 6 February 2017.  ^ https://www.bizjournals.com/sanjose/news/2016/01/14/sears-confirms-closing-date-for-san-mateo-store.html ^ "End of an era". San Mateo Daily Journal. 26 August 2016. Retrieved 6 February 2017. 


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