1616 E. March and West Lane - S-Mart Foods / Former Lucky Store
West March Lane from El Dorado Street
March Lane4707 Pacific Avenue -
Target - The company was founded in 1902 in Minneapolis as the Dayton Dry Goods Company, though
its first Target store was opened in 1962 in nearby Roseville, Minnesota. Target grew and eventually became the largest division of Dayton Hudson
Corporation, culminating in the company being renamed as Target Corporation in August 2000. On January 13, 2011, Target announced its expansion into
Canada. Target will operate 100 to 150 stores in Canada by 2013, through its purchase of leaseholds from the Canadian chain Zellers.
800 W. March Lane - Former College Bakery / Former Cottage Bakery
800 W. March Lane - Former World Market / Jordan & Bowman Georgetown Manor / Barnes & Noble - courtesy of Floyd Perry Jr
Walgreens- 660 March and Georgetown Place - Photo on the left, May 18, 2013, in the middle is September 7, 2012
722 West March Lane - Kaplan College - Kaplan College shares your vision for a brighter future. They want to work with you to make this dream
possible. they understand that in order to seek a new career or gain advancement in your current profession, you need the knowledge and skills that
will set you apart. They can provide a real-world education that can help create promising opportunities - Formerly Maric College
900 Block of March Lane looking East at Precissi Lane
905 W. March Lane - Former Century 21 Katzakian Real Estate - Marine Recruiting Office
909 West March Lane - Carter's Pet Mart - former Grocery Outlet / Former parking lot for Best
911 West March Lane -
Office Depot- A supplier of office products such as business machines, computers, computer software and office furniture,
while its business services include copying, printing, document reproduction, shipping, and computer setup and repair - Former location of Best Products
915 West March Lane - Game Stop - An American video game and entertainment software retailer. The company, whose headquarters is in Grapevine,
Texas, United States, operates 6,700 retail stores throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland,
Italy, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and in the United Kingdom. GameStop opened around 400 new stores for the
2009 business year.
917 West March Lane - Urban Fit Clothing Store
/California Thrift & Loan
921 W. March Lane- Avenue - United Retail Group, Inc. A specialty retailer in the United States, offering large sized women's fashion apparel.
The company serves a target audience of women aged between 25 and 55 years of age, wearing apparel sized 14 or larger. The group operates five-hundred
stores in 37 states, all under the name The Avenue. The company was purchased by Redcats USA, part of the French group PPR, in November, 2007.
Early in 2012, United Retail Group, Inc. filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. Its assets have since been purchased by Versa Capital Management, Inc.
941 W. March Lane - New
Auto Zone / Former Golden ! Credit Union / Home Savings - Top Right photos December 4, 2013.
943 West March Lane - Goodwill - Goodwill Industries International is a not-for-profit organization that provides job training, employment
placement services and other community-based programs for people who have a disability, lack education or job experience, or face employment challenges.
Goodwill is funded by a massive network of retail thrift stores which operate as nonprofits as well. Goodwill operates as a network of 179 independent,
community-based organizations in the U.S., Canada and 14 other countries. In 2010, Goodwill's collectively earned more than $4 billion, and used 84
percent of that revenue to provide employment, training and support services to more than 2.4 million individuals.[
959 West March Lane - H&R Block Premium - Founded in 1955 by brothers Henry W. Bloch and Richard Bloch, Block today operates
11,000 retail tax offices in the United States, plus another 1,700 abroad. Block offers its own consumer tax software called H&R Block at Home (formerly TaxCut),
as well as online tax preparation and electronic filing from their website.
/Athetlic Shoe Factory
963 West March Lane - Halloween Super Store / Radio Shack
1053 W. March Lane - Big 5 Sporting Goods - A sporting goods retailer headquartered in El Segundo, California with 388 stores in Arizona,
California, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wyoming. Steven G. Miller is the Chairman, President,
and CEO. The Big 5 name is derived from its start in 1955 as five Army-Navy surplus stores in Southern California. For the 2004 fiscal year, Big 5 had
$769.9 million in sales. In 1988, Sportswest and Sportsland were acquired from Pay 'n Save.
1061 West March Lane - Fed Ex Office - FedEx Office (formerly FedEx Kinko's) (Blue "Ex"): The retail arm of the corporation, offers copying
and digital printing, professional finishing, document creation, Internet access, computer rentals, signs and graphics, direct mail, Web-based printing,
and FedEx shipping. Formerly an independent company, known as Kinko's until it was acquired by FedEx in 2004 and rebranded to FedEx Kinko's. In June
2008 the company was finally rebranded as FedEx Office.
1107 West March Lane -
Wienerschnitzel - The first Wienerschnitzel was opened by John Galardi in 1961. This location, still operating today, was
a hot dog stand located at 900 Pacific Coast Highway, east of Figueroa Street, in the Los Angeles community of Wilmington. In the late 1980s, Galardi
converted several stores in the Denver area and other Western cities into The Original Hamburger Stand restaurants. Wienerschnitzels now sell Tastee-Freez ice cream,
a brand also owned by Galardi. Wienerschnitzels do not actually serve wiener schnitzel.
1119 West March Lane - Family Christian Stores - Family Christian Stores is the world's largest Christian-focused retailer, and is located in
the United States. As of 2012, the retail chain has approximately 281 stores in 261 cities. The retail chain offers a variety of Christian-themed
merchandise, especially books, Bibles, gifts and music. The company was founded in 1931 by two young brothers who were first generation Americans at
the start of The Great Depression. From their family farmhouse in Grandville, Michigan. Pat and Bernie Zondervan launched Zondervan Publishing House as a company
committed to spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ through publishing and eventually Christian resources and products as well.
Delta Stationers - 1121 W. March
1155 W. March Lane - Hobby Lobby - A privately held retail chain of arts and crafts stores based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA, and is formally
called Hobby Lobby Creative Centers. The company was founded by David Green on August 3, 1972, and as of March 2012 the chain had 502 stores in 41
states. Stores do not use a barcode system and therefore rely on the hand pricing and ordering of items. The website states they ″do not feel it
is right for us at this time. Hobby Lobby locations have general operating hours from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Saturday. All locations are closed on
Sundays, out of respect for the founder's Christian beliefs. References to Christianity are often made in their stores and advertisements. / Former Mervyns
1155 W. March Lane - Closed - Mervyns - From 1996 to 2001, the stores were rebranded as Mervyn's California, in an effort to identify with its West
Coast roots. A media campaign was launched to publicize the rebranding, with TV commercials and catalogs featuring former San Francisco 49ers'
quarterback Joe Montana. The rebranding had little effect on the company's revenues, and the "California" was dropped from the name in 2001, reverting
to the original name. There were also issues with owners of Mervyn's stores outside California with the branding - Today a Hobby Lobby
1205 W March Lane - Tepa Taquera
/ Allison's Place Womens Clothing
1209 W. March Lane - College Square
1209 W. March Lane - Sir Gauuns
Polk Salad 1213 West March Lane / Former Planet Beach
/Friedmans Microwave Ovens
1215 W March Lane - T4 Tea for two / Former Quiznos. - A franchised fast-food restaurant brand based in Denver, Colorado, which specializes in
offering toasted subs, although they may be served untoasted at the customer's request. There are over 4,000 Quiznos shops located in the United States,
300 in Canada, and 100 more scattered across the world, in Brazil, Central America, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Iceland, Sint Maarten, South Korea,
Singapore, Venezuela and the Middle East. In the Middle East, Quiznos has outlets in Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, Egypt and the United Arab
Emirates. Quiznos plans to open 15 of its sandwich shops in Kuwait under a master franchise deal. The chain also said it plans to expand to locations
in over 40 countries and territories, including Europe, the Middle East, Southeast Asia and Central and South America, by 2012. Between 2007 and 2009,
1,000 Quiznos stores closed. They are now attempting new strategies to grow the chain back.
1217 W. March Lane, Deli Delicious
/ Rico's Pizza
1219 W. March Lane -
Baskin Robbins - Named the top ice cream and frozen dessert franchise in the United States by Entrepreneur magazine’s 31st
annual Franchise 500® ranking, Baskin-Robbins is the world’s largest chain of ice cream specialty shops. Baskin-Robbins creates and markets innovative,
premium ice cream, specialty frozen desserts and beverages, providing quality and value to consumers at nearly 7,000 retail shops in nearly 50 countries.
Baskin-Robbins was founded in 1945 by two ice cream enthusiasts whose passion led to the creation of more than 1,000 ice cream flavors and a wide variety
of delicious treats. Headquartered in Canton, Mass., Baskin-Robbins is part of the Dunkin' Brands Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: DNKN) family of companies.
1221 West March Lane - Capitol Donuts
/ Winchells Donuts
Empresso Coffee House - There are three locations in Stockton - 1231 March Lane (Ne corner of Pershing),
222 N. El Dorado and 22 N. San Joaquin / Former Pioneer Chicken
1243 W. March Lane - Closed Outback Steakhouse - Stockton Ca, 95207 - Steak House. Outback Steakhouse serves the freshest food possible,
using only the highest quality ingredients; from our fresh imported Parmesan cheese, grated fresh daily, to our imported virgin olive oil. Their fresh
Midwestern grain fed beef is the highest quality choice beef available and they serve only fresh, never frozen chicken and fish. Almost everything is
made fresh daily in house including their salad dressings, our delicious chocolate sauce, our croutons, and their creamy onion soup. - Outback Steakhouse
March Lane at 4756 N Pershing Ave - College Laundry
March Lane at 4748 North Pershing Avenue - Nail Galleria
1425 West March Lane - New Kim Tar / Former China House Restaurant
Togo's - 1433 W. March Lane. There is also a Togo's at 5777 French Camp Rd.
Togo's is often combined with Baskin-Robbins' ice cream shops (which were both owned by the same parent company from 1997 to 2007). Most of Togo's stores are franchises. As of April 2018 the company had more than 200 locations in California and other Western states
/ Former Lord Byrons Pizza
1441 W. March Lane - Shop-N-Go Liquor
1449 West March Lane -
99 Cent Store - 99 Cents Only Stores is a price-point retailer chain based in Commerce, California. The store offers
products at $0.9999 or less. Founded by David Gold in 1982, most of the stores are located in Southern California, with others in Nevada, Arizona and
Texas. The company also operates Bargain Wholesale, which sells wholesale to retailers across Former Apha Beta Market
1453 West March Lane - Cosmo Prof Beauty Systems
1461 W March Lane - Bagel Express
1465 West March Lane - C'est Belle Salon
March Lane at 4717 North Pershing - Liberty TaxService - Liberty Tax Service is a United States-based company specializing in the
preparation of tax returns for individuals and small businesses. The company began in Canada in 1997 when John Hewitt, co-founder of Jackson Hewitt,
acquired a Canadian tax franchisor, U&R Tax Depot. In 1998 the company became Liberty Tax Service and opened 5 offices in the United States.
St. Marks Plaza
1503 St. Marks Plaza - First Stockton Joe's
1503 St. Marks Plaza - Stockton Unified
Bank of America - 1546 St. Marks Plaza - March Lane - Headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina. It is the second-largest bank holding company
in the United States by assets. Bank of America serves clients in more than 150 countries and has a relationship with 99% of the U.S. Fortune 500
companies and 83% of the Fortune Global 500.
March Lane at 4729 North Pershing Avenue -
- Venetian Gardens - Pizza Hut is split into several different restaurant formats; the original
family-style dine-in locations; store front delivery and carry-out locations; and hybrid locations that offer carry-out, delivery, and dine-in options. Many
full-size Pizza Hut locations offer lunch buffet, with "all-you-can-eat" pizza, salad, bread sticks, and a special pasta. Additionally, Pizza Hut also has a number
of other business concepts that are different from the store type; Pizza Hut "Bistro" locations are "Red Roofs" which offer an expanded menu and slightly more
March Lane at 4711 N Pershing Ave - USA Nails
2021 W. March Lane - BAC Plaza
Chicago Title Company, late 70s. Today it's a
Farmer's & Merchant's Bank - 4612 McGaw Street - In my mind Chicago Title lost their identity when
they moved from this location
Grouse Run / McGaw Intersects
F&M Bank - 4612 McGaw Street
2283 W. March Lane - Red Lobster -
Red Lobster Web Site
The first Red Lobster restaurant was opened on January 18, 1968, in Lakeland, Florida, by entrepreneurs Bill Darden and Charley Woodsby
In 2009, Red Lobster debuted its new Bar Harbor restaurant prototype modeled after coastal New England architecture. The new exterior features include shingle and stone towers, signal flags, and Adirondack-style benches
Red Lobster specializes in seafood, including crab, fish, lobster, mollusks, and shrimp. It also serves chicken, desserts, pasta, and steak
Great Service. Great Seafood. Now that's what we call sharing the love. A big family shares a plate of crab legs and reminisces about
old times. A group of girlfriends meet at happy hour to gossip and nibble popcorn shrimp. Friends dip lobster tails in butter and no one can keep track
of who's talking, so everyone just talks all at once.
When this was first built it was Luigi-Murphy's then Carlos-Murphy's, then Epaminondas before it became Arroyo's
2593 W. March Lane -El Torito -
El Torito Website - Stockton Ca, 95207 - Mexican. - Relax with family and friends while enjoying the fun and flavors of old Mexico. We always greet you with a
warm smile and a bountiful basket of warm corn tortilla chips, freshly prepared using 100% cholesterol free vegetable oil
Quail Lakes Intersects
3255 W. March Lane - Quail Lakes Shopping Center
2605 W. March Lane at Quail Lakes Drive -
CVS Pharmacy - - CVS used to be a subsidiary of Melville Corporation, where its full name was
initially Consumer Value Stores. Melville later changed its name to CVS Corporation in 1996, after Melville sold off all of its non-pharmacy stores.
On January 23, 2006, CVS announced that it had agreed to acquire the freestanding drug store operations of supermarket chain Albertsons. The deal
included the acquisition of 700 drug stores trading under the Osco Drug and Sav-On Drugs banners, mostly in the midwestern and southwestern United
States with primary concentration of stores in southern California and the Chicago area, and was formally completed on June 2, 2006. Transition of Sav-On
and Osco stores to the CVS brand began shortly thereafter, and was completed by December 2006. CVS now dominates the southern California market./ Former Black
2628 W. March Lane - Former Marie Callenders
Stockton Ca, 95207 - American. In the early 1940's, Marie Callender built a reputation for her uncommonly delicious pies - pies renowned for their
light, flaky crusts filled with fresh fruits or creamy fillings. Soon she was selling her pies to restaurants throughout Southern California. By 1948,
to meet customer demand, the Callender family opened a wholesale bakery. The bakery and Marie Callender's reputation continued to grow for almost two
Big Yellow House
2659 W. March Lane - Applebee's Neighborhood Bar & Grill, Stockton Ca, 95207 209-952-9330 - American. Applebee's® was founded in Atlanta, Georgia, by
Bill and T.J. Palmer. The Palmers envisioned a restaurant that would provide full service, consistently good food, reasonable prices and quality service
in a neighborhood setting. Their first restaurant, T.J. Applebee's Rx for Edibles & Elixirs,® opened in November 1980
2671 W March Lane - Olive Garden-The very first Olive Garden Restaurant was launched on December 13, 1982
by General Mills, in Orlando, Florida. General Mills had already launched 145 restaurants by 1989, turning it into one of their fastest-growing
entities in the General Mills restaurant portfolio. While not a "decisive success", it was well-liked, and soon its sales per-store equaled their
sister companies Red Lobster. The Olive Garden went on to become the largest Italian-themed chain full-service restaurants throughout the United States.
The parent company of Olive Garden is Darden Restaurants, Inc. General Mills sold the chain in 1995.
/ Former Risso's / Tony Roma's location
March Lane and 4725 Quail Lakes Drive -
Save-mart - Former Albertsons - Save Mart Supermarkets owns and operates more than 240 stores in Northern
and Central California and Northern Nevada under the Save Mart, S-Mart Foods, Lucky, and FoodMaxx banners
March Lane at 4798 Quail Lakes Dr - Toot Sweets- A scratch bakery/café with a friendly and inviting environment. Started in Berkeley in 1975
this successful family owned business has made its place in Stockton. Toot Sweets uses no mixes and nothing artificial. Everything is made from scratch
using the finest ingredients. From custom roasted coffees offered in a wide range of flavors to suit your taste to filling lunches and light dinners,
ers a variety of unique food and drink items suitable for any occasion
Quail Lakes Drive and Alexandria Place - Former Lakeview Assembly Church
Quail Lakes sub-division was developed in the mid 1970’s.
A school site was designated in the design plan for sub-division,
which the District never built.
Quail Lakes is the only sub-division in Stockton without a public School. As a result, the District transports approximately 400 student from Quail Lakes to Tyler,
Hoover, and Madison.
The Stockton Unified School District has demolished the existing Lakeview
Assembly Church and Christian school-related structures located on an approx 6.01-acre parcel
at 2111 Quail Lakes Drive owned by SUSD and is constructing a public elementary school that
will accommodate 558 students from kindergarten to 8th grade (K-8). These students will come from three other existing SUSD elementary schools. The school will consist of two classroom buildings with a combined total of 21 classrooms. The campus
will also include a multipurpose building and a library/administration building. Outdoor play areas will be located in the southern portion of the site.
STOCKTON — The Stockton Unified School District is moving closer to breaking ground on a new elementary school to be located in the Quail Lakes neighborhood.
The current proposal would demolish structures on 2111 Quail Lakes Drive that were occupied by the Lakeview Assembly Church, on 6 acres of land owned by SUSD.
In its place would become the district’s 55th school that could accommodate 558 students from kindergarten to eighth grade.
The new school would consist of two classroom buildings with a total of 21 classrooms, a multipurpose building and combined library/administration building, district officials said. Outdoor play areas would be placed in the southern portion of the site.
The project site is in a predominately residential area of Quail Lakes with multi-family development located in the north and east with single-family residential development in the south and west. Warren Atherton Park is across the street from the proposed site.
Steve Breakfield, director of facilities and planning at SUSD, said demolition of the existing facilities is scheduled to begin sometime between March and May of this year and break ground in the early summer. The goal, he said, is to have the school ready to occupy in August 2020.
“So far, things are falling into place very well for us right now,” Breakfield said. “Fingers crossed — and with weather permitting — we’re still tentatively on schedule to meet those goals.”
Funding for the school is coming from SUSD’s facility development fund, in which Breakfield estimates to be about $33 million. Trustees will hold a public meeting to consider giving the green light to construction on Feb. 12.
According to a initial study report published in 2017, SUSD officials believe the school would help alleviate growing student populations at Tyler Elementary and Primary Years Academy as well as provide a permanent location for the district’s autism pre-school program.
More than 500 students are enrolled at Tyler Elementary, which forced the district to install portable classrooms to accommodate the student population. After analyzing demographic and transportation data, SUSD officials determined that nearly half of Tyler Elementary students either already live in the Quail Lakes area — 3 miles away — or required transportation from there or the surrounding area.
The intent is for Tyler Elementary students would be transferred to the new school. Once that is completed, according to the report, Tyler Elementary would be used to accommodate students in the PYA program, a K-5 international baccalaureate program designed to be a feeder into the IB program at Franklin High. It currently is sharing space with El Dorado Elementary at 1540 N. Lincoln St. and has an enrollment of 325 students.
The report said at the time of the program’s inception, it was anticipated that El Dorado students would become PYA students making the school the permanent home of the program.
SUSD officials have seen growth and retention in both PYA and regular elementary school programs, and the report said housing both programs on one campus presents a capacity challenge, with El Dorado having 664 students. The campus is not designed to accommodate a total enrollment of almost 1,000 students.
Finally, the Quail Lakes site also would become home to SUSD’s autism pre-school, which was previously housed at Marshall Elementary with 140 children enrolled. Trustees then approved a five-year lease agreement with St. Bernadette’s Church, on 2544 Plymouth Road, to serve as a temporary location.
Once the lease with the church expires in July 2021, SUSD would move the autism pre-school to the Quail Lakes site.
Better late than never, Breakfield said, as the opening of an elementary school in Quail Lakes has been in the making for decades.
As the community was built in the mid-1970s, an elementary school designation was included in the master plan by the district, but a school never developed.
“It’s exciting to be able to deliver this to the Quail Lakes community,” Breakfield said. “It’s nice that after 40 years to be able to have a school they were supposed to have.”