Stockton Sherwood Mall


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5308 Pacific Avenue - In 1964, Stone Bros. broke ground on Stockton’s Sherwood Mall. Initially, the 500,000 square-foot enclosed mall was anchored by the Stockton area’s first Macy’s and Montgomery Ward stores. Since the early 1960s, the mall has been expanded and renovated. Sherwood Mall opened in 1979 with 32 stores, anchored by Macy's and Montgomery Ward. In 1985, Gottschalks was added and four years later, the center was expanded to include additional retail space.

The exterior was recently updated using a Craftsman style  Up-to-date colors and beautiful ledge stone give the building a chic and lasting beauty. Inside you'll find ledge stone pillars, palm trees, tasteful lighting, and comfortable soft seating areas. Sherwood Mall has raised the bar for shopping center design in the Central Valley. Stores You'll find a nice collection of anchor stores, including Macy's and Best Buy. Outside the mall, you can find BestBuy, Petco and HomeGoods. Inside the mall, you can find many national retailers with some local, one-of-a-kind stores. Sherwood Mall
Photo taken on a Sunday morning before the mall opened. 

Sherwood Mall is located in Stockton CA. From I-5, exit east March Lane. Drive 1.5 miles and turn left on Pacific Avenue. The mall is on the right.


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Sherwood Mall - 1968 - Left photo courtesy of Floyd Perry Jr. - In 1964, Stone Bros. broke ground on Stockton’s Sherwood Mall. Initially, the 500,000 square-foot enclosed mall was anchored by the Stockton area’s first Macy’s and Montgomery Ward stores. Since the early 1960s, the mall has been expanded and renovated. The Sherwood Mall opened 13 years later in 1979 which became the death of downtown Stockton. Sherwood Mall - 1968 - Left photos courtesy of Floyd Perry Jr.
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Auntie Anne's Pretzels 476-1403 30 - Based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, is an American chain of pretzel bakeries founded by Anne F. Beiler and her husband, Jonas, in 1988. Auntie Anne's serves products such as pretzels, dips, and beverages. Their pretzel products are also available in the form of an At-Home Baking Kit. Auntie Anne's has more than 300 franchisees with more than 1,200 locations in the United States and more than 23 countries globally.
Click to Enlarge Bath & Body Works 956-9148 6 - An American retail store under the Limited Brands umbrella. It was founded in 1990 in New Albany, Ohio and has since expanded across the United States and Canada. they specialize in lotions, bath items, personal care items, and home fragrances
Click to Enlarge Best Buy Click to EnlargeBest Buy 474-1839 Pacific and Robinhood - Named "Company of the Year" by Forbes magazine in 2004, "Specialty Retailer of the Decade" by Discount Store News in 2001, ranked in the Top 10 of "America's Most Generous Corporations" by Forbes in 2005 (based on 2004 giving), and made Fortune magazine's List of Most Admired Companies in 2006. On March 9, 2009, Best Buy became the largest electronics retail store (online and bricks and mortar) in the eastern United States, after smaller rival Circuit City went out of business. Fry's Electronics remains a major competitor in the western United States, while hhgregg remains competitive in the eastern United States. Many locations feature in-store pickup, which can be arranged through the company's website.
Cell Sounds A Metro PCS Dealer 477-4644 E-6
Champs Sports 478-8280 4 - The second-largest component retailer in the Foot Locker family of stores. Champs offers for sale footwear, apparel and sporting goods. The company sponsors the Champs Sports Bowl college football game. It is headquartered in Bradenton, Florida in the United States. There are 552 stores across the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands, averaging 3,500 square feet (330 m2) of selling floor
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Chinese Gourmet Express 478-0298 98
Claire's Accessories 473-8849 9
College Bakery
Custom Engraving 478-5786 E-9
Diamonds by Chainery
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Click to EnlargeComing Soon - Disk's Sporting Goods - Former Gottchalks - Gottschalks (former NYSE ticker symbol GOT) was a middle-tier American department store that operated 58 department stores and three specialty apparel stores in six western states (California, Washington, Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Nevada); some locations ran as Harris-Gottschalks stores. Prior to liquidation, it was the largest independently owned, publicly traded department store chain in the United States. On January 14, 2009, Gottschalks filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. This bankruptcy became a liquidation on March 31, 2009
Don Roberto Jewelers 473-4606 29
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Elephant Bar - 5202 Pacific Avenue Their first restaurant opened in 1980. As of July 2009, the chain comprises 47 restaurants throughout ten states with the majority in California. Elephant Bar Restaurants are also located in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico, Nevada, Ohio, and Oklahoma. The upscale restaurants are decorated around an African safari theme, with wildlife motifs including zebra-striped ceilings and leopard-print carpets. Many of the dishes offered are pan-Asian fusion in design - Elephant Bar Website - 2nd from left photo courtesy of Michael Fitzgerald

Former Lyon's Restaurant - Corner of Pacific and Yokuts - After bankruptcy in February 1998 Lyon's was acquired by ICH, an Arby's franchisee. In January 2001 ICH sold Lyon's to Amber's Pacific Restaurants Inc., a company of San Diego restaurant owner Amber Lao. APRI filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in October 2001, blaming the economic turndown at that time. Closures continued steadily, with the Santa Rosa, CA location ceasing operations on March 17, 2012, leaving only a handful of locations still operating until the final outlets in Sacramento and Stockton were closed down by April 1, 2012. Middle photo by Mike Fitzgerald.

Express 957-0557 18
Eyebrow Masters
First Impressions
Foot Locker 951-8575 22 - After 1997, Wal-Mart replaced Woolworth in the Dow Jones average. The Woolworth Corporation remained the parent company of Foot Locker, and in 1998 it changed its name to "Venator Group, Inc." By the 1990s, Foot Locker was responsible for more than 70 percent of Kinney Shoe Corp. sales, while traditional shoe retailer Kinney was in decline. Venator announced the shuttering of the remaining Kinney Shoe and Footquarters stores on September 16, 1998. As the “Foot Locker” brand had become the Woolworth/Venator company’s top performing line, on November 2, 2001 Venator changed its name to Foot Locker, Inc. In 2004, Foot Locker acquired the Footaction USA brand and approximately 350 stores from Footstar for $350 million.
Fresh & Fitted
Fresher Nails & Spa
Global Luggage & Leather
Global Sports
GNC
Hanya's Collections
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Hot Dog on a Stick 956-4396 90
Icing by Claire's 477-3158 27A
Iconic
Jewelry Collections 952-3041 122
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Jimboy's Tacos - 5350 Pacific Avenue (Sherwood Mall) The building opened as Baja Fresh Mexican Grill in 2002, and closed in 2008 and then opened as La Moranita which only was there a couple of years then replaced by Jimboy's Tacos.  Dickey's BBQ is supposed to be opening in this location soon.
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Lil's Deli
Click to Enlarge Romano's Macaroni Grill 5420 Pacific Ave - Romano's Macaroni Grill is an Italian-style chain of casual dining restaurants with locations throughout the United States, Mexico, and Canada. The first restaurant was founded by Texas restaurateur Philip J. Romano in Leon Springs, Texas, on April 19, 1988. Brinker International bought the franchise rights on November 22, 1989. It is headquartered in Dallas. Romano's Macaroni Grill Website
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 Macy's - 477-3333 - 5242 Pacific and Yokuts - Macy's purchased Federated's California-based, fashion-oriented Bullock's and its high-end Bullocks Wilshire and I. Magnin divisions. It followed with a reorganization of its divisions into Macy's Northeast (former Macy's New York and Macy's New Jersey), Macy's South/Bullock's (Macy's Atlanta stores plus Macy's New York's operations in Texas, Florida and Louisiana), and Macy's California, the latter including a semi-autonomous I. Magnin/Bullocks Wilshire organization. The Bullocks Wilshire stores were renamed I. Magnin in 1989. Subsequently, R. H. Macy & Co., Inc., filed for bankruptcy on January 27, 1992, after which point its banks brought in a new management team, which shut several underperforming stores, jettisoned two-thirds of the luxury I. Magnin chain, and reduced Macy's to two divisions; Macy's East and Macy's West.
Mall Information Booth 952-6277 Center of Mall
Mall Management Office 952-6277 19
Mall Security 952-7500 Center of Mall
Click to EnlargeMc Donald's - 957-5223 No 96 - A McDonald's restaurant is operated by either a franchisee, an affiliate, or the corporation itself. The corporation's revenues come from the rent, royalties and fees paid by the franchisees, as well as sales in company-operated restaurants. McDonald's revenues grew 27 percent over the three years ending in 2007 to $22.8 billion, and 9 percent growth in operating income to $3.9 billion. McDonald's primarily sells hamburgers, cheeseburgers, chicken, French fries, breakfast items, soft drinks, milkshakes and desserts. In response to changing consumer tastes, the company has expanded its menu to include salads, wraps, smoothies and fruit. - Mc Donald's Website
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Ono Hawaiian BBQ 956-6688 11-A
Orange Julius - 957-6088 108 - In 1987, the Orange Julius chain was bought by International Dairy Queen. IDQ, and by inclusion since 1999, Berkshire Hathaway, owns the rights to all Orange Julius stores, and have expanded the chain so its drinks are included in many of their Dairy Queen mall stores, called Treat Centers. In 2004, Orange Julius launched a line of Premium Fruit Smoothies to compete with smoothie competitors such as Jamba Juice and Smoothie King.
Pac-Sun 473-8271 15
Panda Express  476-1908  Pacific Avenue - A fast casual restaurant chain serving American Chinese cuisine. It operates mainly inside the United States, in casinos, shopping malls, toll plaza, supermarkets, airports, train stations, strip malls, theme parks, stadiums, college campuses and The Pentagon. It is the largest chain of Chinese fast food restaurants in the United States. Panda Express Website
Click to Enlarge Click to EnlargeThe Patio Food Court - Restaurants in the Food Court include: Chinese Gourmet Express, Hot Dog On A Stick, McDonald's, Orange Julius, PizzaGo, Subway / TCBY, Toda Sushi & Tepayaski Grill - Left photo shot from the sidewalk using a long lens
Payless Shoe Source 478-3898 1
Perfume City 956-2181  67
Click to EnlargePETCO - 478-7726 Pacific and Robinhood - A chain of retail stores that offers pet supplies and services such as grooming and dog training. Founded in 1965 and incorporated in Delaware, it is headquartered in San Diego, California. Its mascots are Red Ruff (dog) and Blue Mews (cat), who both appear on the corporate logo. As of 2010, Petco had over 1,000 locations in 50 states and the District of Columbia. Petco opened its first store in Kona, Hawai'i, in the fall of 2008.
PizzaGo
Precision Time & Gifts  474-7154 37
Rue 21
Samuel's Jewelers 957-5914 13
Sanrio 951-2559 28-A
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Shiekh Shoes 474-8500 33
Shiekh Too 478-4830 60
Silver Collection 954-0969 E-7
Sprint PCS 957-0787 5-A
Starbucks Coffee - 474-3026 - Pacific Avenue  From Starbucks' founding in later forms in Seattle as a local coffee bean roaster and retailer, the company has expanded rapidly. In the 1990s, Starbucks was opening a new store every workday, a pace that continued into the 2000s. The first store outside the United States or Canada opened in the mid-1990s, and overseas stores now constitute almost one third of Starbucks' stores. The company planned to open a net of 900 new stores outside of the United States in 2009, but has announced 300 store closures in the United States since 2008.
Stride Rite 957-4509 26
Styles For Less 478-4876 23
Subway/TCBY 951-2524  92 - Fred DeLuca borrowed $1,000 from family friend Peter Buck, to start his first sandwich shop on August 28, 1965. The first Subway outside of North America opened in Bahrain, in December 1984. Since 2007, Subway has consistently ranked in Entrepreneur magazine's Top 500 Franchises list. It ranked #2 in 2012. It also ranked #2 on the "Fastest Growing Franchise" and "Global Franchise" lists. In March 2011, Subway was named "the most loved fast food chain in the US" by Amplicate.com, based on their analysis of opinions expressed on social media websites.
Sunglass Hut 478-7237 38
Sweet Factory
Takken's Shoes 474-7659 24
T-Mobile Wireless 476-1363 12
Todda Sushi
Torrid
Treasure Island 473-3406 36
Trendz
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Verizon Wireless 474-2255 86 - (legal name: Cellco Partnership d.b.a. Verizon Wireless), is a mobile network operator that offers wireless voice, messaging and data products and services to customers in the United States. Verizon Wireless is the largest wireless communications services provider in the United States with 108.7 million subscribers as of the end of 2011
Victoria's Secret - 478-3212 44 - Victoria's Secret was founded in San Francisco, California, in 1977 by Tufts University and Stanford Graduate School of Business alumnus Roy Raymond, who felt embarrassed trying to purchase lingerie for his wife in a department store environment. He opened the first store at Stanford Shopping Center in Palo Alto, and quickly followed it with a mail-order catalog and three other stores. The stores were meant to create a comfortable environment for men, with wood-paneled walls, Victorian details and helpful sales staff. Instead of racks of bras and panties in every size, there were single styles, paired together and mounted on the wall in frames. Men could browse for styles for women and sales staff would help estimate the appropriate size, pulling from inventory in the back rooms.
Waltz Shoes 952-3578 112
Click to EnlargeWells Fargo Bank - 5302 Pacific Avenue - In its present form, a result of an acquisition of San Francisco-based Wells Fargo & Company by Minneapolis-based Norwest Corporation in 1998 and the subsequent 2008 acquisition of Charlotte-based Wachovia. Although Norwest was technically the surviving entity in the 1998 merger, the new company renamed itself Wells Fargo, capitalizing on the 150-year history of the nationally recognized name and its trademark stagecoach. Following the acquisition, the company transferred its headquarters to Wells Fargo's headquarters in San Francisco and merged its operating subsidiary with Wells Fargo's operating subsidiary in Sioux Falls
Whimsy 952-2888 75
Wireless Gear
Zumiez

Closed Stores

Click to EnlargeGottchalks - On January 14, 2009, Gottschalks filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. In March 2009, Gottschalks announced it lined up a group of bidders that would liquidate the chain if no other bidder is found by March 30. On March 31, Gottschalks announced it would liquidate its remaining stores. On July 12, 2009 all of the Gottschalks stores were closed for good. Macy's replaced the Visalia Mall location in Visalia and the River Park location in Fresno while Forever 21 took over locations such as the Hanford Mall in Hanford, the Vintage Faire Mall in Modesto, the Valley Plaza Mall in Bakersfield, the Yuba Sutter Mall in Yuba City, and the Madonna Plaza in San Luis Obispo.
Click to EnlargeMontgomery Wards - Photo courtesy of Floyd Perry Jr. - On December 28, 2000, the company, after lower-than-expected sales during the Christmas season, announced it was going out of business and would close its remaining 250 retail outlets and lay off its 37,000 employees. All the stores closed within weeks of the announcement. The subsequent liquidation was at the time the largest retail bankruptcy liquidation in U.S. history. Roger Goddu, Wards' CEO, was offered the CEO position of J.C. Penney. Goddu declined on pressure from GE. One of the last stores to close was the Salem, Oregon location in which the head of the Human Resources Division was located. All of Montgomery Ward was liquidated by the end of May 2001. Photo by Floyd Perry Jr

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