Contents 1 History 2 Stores and features 3 Crime 4 References 5 External links

History[edit] The Metreon's original attractions included a movie theater including both standard and IMAX screens, a multimedia edutainment presentation involving audio-animatronics and 3-D film based on the famous book The Way Things Work by David Macaulay, a play area for young children based on Maurice Sendak's popular children's book Where the Wild Things Are (sharing a floor with an In the Night Kitchen themed restaurant), and an arcade and bar, the Airtight Garage, based on French comic artist and graphic designer Jean "Moebius" Giraud's graphic novel of the same name and featuring all original games. In October 2001 Metreon, in partnership with Sony's anime television network, Animax, was host to an anime festival, in which numerous anime titles were broadcast across its Action Theatre.[2] As a hub for Sony products, the Metreon often hosted special events for the public when new products were released. Consumers flocked to the Metreon for high-demand items such as the PlayStation 2 or PSP. Although Sony opened two additional centers in Tokyo and Berlin in 1999, the original center failed to turn the expected profit. Despite promising first-year foot traffic of six million, one million ahead of pre-launch projections, by the summer of 2001 "The Way Things Work" was closed. The other major exhibit, "Where the Wild Things Are," closed sometime after July 2004. The Airtight Garage's games proved unpopular, with the exception of HyperBowl, a 3D obstacle course bowling game featuring air-supported bowling balls used as trackballs, and they eventually were gradually replaced by other, better-known games, until the arcade was finally closed, then reopened as "Portal One," which preserved the decor, full bar, and Hyperbowl but was otherwise a more typical arcade. Sunday May 13, 2007 was Portal One arcade's last day of operation. The arcade was relaunched again as a Tilt. The 16-screen Loews (now AMC) theater was a success, becoming one of the most profitable theaters in the country and claiming much of the Metreon foot traffic; the lease agreement did not apportion ticket or concession sales to Metreon, however.[3] By 2002, there were persistent rumors that Sony wished to pull out of management of the property. In February 2006, Metreon was sold to The Westfield Group, the owner of the nearby Westfield San Francisco Centre shopping mall, and Forest City Enterprises, a real estate development company. In early 2009, Sony announced that it would be closing the Sony and PlayStation stores, the last flagship stores located in the mall. Following the announcement, on March 3, 2009, the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency approved plans from owners Westfield Group and Forest City Enterprises to renovate Metreon into a "restaurant-centric" mall. Expected modifications include relocation of the Fourth and Mission street entrance to the center of the block and the installation of a food terrace facing Yerba Buena Gardens. The San Francisco Filipino Cultural Center and the "Tavern on the Green" restaurant were projected tenants.[4] Tavern on the Green, however, entered bankruptcy on September 11, 2009, "throwing into doubt" the plans for the Metreon location.[5] A seven-day-a-week farmers' market operated as an interim tenant in the former Discovery Channel Store space between May and November 2009.[6] It closed in November 2009.[7] The Metreon building has been redeveloped as a Target store, opened in October 2012.[8] Target is leasing 99,677 square feet.[9] Other tenants are the AMC theater, now with its own entrance, a food court, Chronicle Books, Massage Envy, National University, The City View event space, and various other food purveyors not directly in the court.[10] The Sanraku sushi restaurant and Buckhorn sandwich shop remain in the new food court, along with Jillians, which is now only accessible from outside.The movie theater has also experienced upgrades, with the IMAX auditorium now featuring their new laser projector, and the addition of Dolby Cinema and recliner seats.

Stores and features[edit] The Metreon 16, an IMAX 3D movie theater and Dolby Cinema theater operated by AMC Theatres, and Jillians, a restaurant, are the only attractions remaining open as Target moves in. The Metreon was also home to the Walk of Game, which is loosely based on the Walk of Fame — honorees include Shigeru Miyamoto, Nolan Bushnell, StarCraft, Sid Meier, John D. Carmack, Super Mario, Sonic The Hedgehog, and Link from The Legend of Zelda series. A special Walk of Game event took place there in 2005 and 2006. It was unknown that it would ever continue and is now most likely obsolete, now that Target is taking up the second floor where the Walk of Game was.

Crime[edit] The Metreon has been the scene of a number of well-publicized shootings. Four people are known to have been shot at the Metreon, in three separate incidents.[11][12][13]

References[edit] ^ Ross, Andrew S. (18 April 2012). "San Francisco's Metreon sold". Retrieved 18 April 2012.  ^ Metreon media release, Anime News Network, 9 October 2001. ^ Lazarus, David (January 24, 2003). "Metreon's great view wasted". San Francisco Chronicle.  ^ Upton, John (March 4, 2009). "Revamped Metreon slated to be restaurant-centric". San Francisco Examiner. Archived from the original on March 10, 2009.  ^ Selna, Robert (September 12, 2009). "Tavern on the Green's struggles may hurt S.F." San Francisco Chronicle.  ^ Said, Carolyn (May 15, 2009). "New farmers' market finds a home at the Metreon". San Francisco Chronicle.  ^ "Island Earth Farmers Market shut down by Board of Health!?". 2009-11-19.  ^ King, John. (October 10, 2012). "S-F-Target-makes-Metreon-a-better-box". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved 2012-11-04.  ^ Duxbury, Sara (2011-04-19). "Target lease in Metreon is official". San Francisco Business Times.  ^ ^ Hartlaub, Peter (August 9, 2001). "S.F. police agree to divulge names in Metreon killing". San Francisco Chronicle. San Francisco.  ^ Vigil, Delfin (September 17, 2007). "Shooting kills one, hurts one outside Jillian's". San Francisco Chronicle. San Francisco.  ^ Van Derbeken, Jaxon (November 13, 2007). "Metreon victim was killed after standing on escalator, not walking". San Francisco Chronicle. San Francisco. 

External links[edit] San Francisco Bay Area portal Wikimedia Commons has media related to Metreon. Official website Island Earth Farmers' Market Website Sarkar, Pia; Debare, Ilana (February 23, 2006). "Metreon gets new lease on life: Purchase by Westfield and Forest City adds failing center to growing S.F. retail empire". San Francisco Chronicle.  Lazarus, David (February 24, 2006). "Metreon's Shattered Dreams". San Francisco Chronicle.  The "Where the Wild Things Are" attraction at the Metreon, July 23, 2004. 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