Summer started off a little slow in downtown Pleasanton with a number of vacancies along Main Street. The heat must have rubbed off on the real estate market because almost every space has been filled.
Therapy opened in late July at 525 Main Street. That particular space had been vacant for over two years. The new store is a Bay Area chain selling a variety of merchandise ranging from designer accessories to home decor.
Grape Times Wine Bar & Bistro will be opening next to the Firehouse Performing Arts Theater in fall.
Handles on Main, taking over the The Farmer Restaurant at the Pleasanton Hotel will open August 29th.
Domus is back! Two years after they departed their Main Street location they have re-opened their doors.
Glad Tidings, a Christian book and gift store has recently signed a lease for the former Euphoria Nail and Body Bar next to Domus at 660 Main. Glad Tidings is relocating from Court Furniture Plaza, the small center next to Trader Joes on Santa Rita.
Juice & Java Express will be opening on West Angela, taking half of the former Storks Nest space.
Emilio’s Mexican Restaurant, across from Pleasanton Hotel has been replaced with Alma’s Mexican Grill.
I am sure I have forgotten someone but as you can see the downtown real estate market is doing well this quarter.