Pleasanton's Pacific Pearl is nearing full capacity, with property managers announcing three restaurants and one insurance company as the newest tenants of the shopping center on the east side of the city that highlights the region's Asian-American influences.
As the center approaches its first anniversary, it is welcoming this spring new restaurants Dalian Club House, Bonchon Chicken and Yin Ji Chang Fen. Allstate Insurance is also due to open at Pacific Pearl soon.
"The excitement continues at Pacific Pearl as we expand our lineup of Asian-themed restaurants and nationally acclaimed service businesses," Heath McCue, regional marketing director, said in a statement.
McCue added that Pacific Pearl aims to offer "a unique opportunity that no other shopping center in the area can provide."
Located in Staples Ranch off Interstate 580 at the El Charro Road exit, the 112,000-square-foot retail complex is anchored by 99 Ranch Market and KW Restaurant and features an array of Asian restaurants, specialty shops, salons and other businesses.
Leading that list of new tenants is Dalian Club House, which focuses on bringing the taste of Northern China's cuisine and seafood to Tri-Valley residents.
Bonchon Chicken is a casual restaurant that focuses on California-Korean fusion food such as the chain's cooked-to-order Korean fried chicken, noodle soup, Korean tacos and more.
Offering Cantonese-style food, Yin Ji Chang Fen is a new fast-casual restaurant near 99 Ranch Market.
Rounding out the lineup additions is Allstate Insurance, which offers auto, property, commercial and life insurance, opening next to Tak Yuan Herbal.
Pacific Pearl, which is owned by Blake Griggs Properties, Inc., and managed by Vestar, is nearing capacity, with other lease agreements pending, according to management.