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Neiman Marcus to move into Walnut Creek Broadway Plaza
Mar '08
Macerich one of the nation's largest owners, operators and developers of regional shopping centers,announced it will bring Neiman Marcus to Broadway Plaza, a premier retail property in Northern California's sought-after East Bay area.

Neiman Marcus, slated to open at Broadway Plaza in late 2010 or 2011, will join popular anchors Nordstrom, which is about to embark on an expansion of its store; Macy's; and a wide range of specialty shops and restaurants.

"We're very pleased to welcome the legendary Neiman Marcus to Broadway Plaza," said Randy Brant, executive vice president, real estate, for Macerich.

"This property is the dominant luxury retail center in this part of Northern California, and the addition of Neiman Marcus will further enhance the shopping experience for our discerning East Bay clientele."

Neiman Marcus, the renowned Dallas-based retailer, will occupy approximately 100,000 square feet on two levels at the high-visibility corner of South Main Street and Mount Diablo Boulevard in Walnut Creek.

Macerich is currently working with the City of Walnut Creek to secure all necessary approvals for pre-construction to begin as early as fall 2008.

With its unparalleled location in charming downtown Walnut Creek, the open-air Broadway Plaza, which currently features 697,981 square feet of GLA, is an established favorite shopping destination among the region's upscale shoppers. Average sales per square foot at this perennially high-performing shopping center exceed $760.

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