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San Francisco grocer will have 11K-sq.-ft. food court

Grocery stores and dining drive the traffic in today’s shopping centers, so why not both in one?

The 99 Ranch Market destined for The Shops at Hilltop in San Francisco’s East Bay will devote more than a quarter of its 42,500 sq. ft. to a food court serving Asian specialties.

“Currently estimated at 22 percent, dramatic growth among the region’s Asian population is projected to increase more than 10% by 2023,” said Leslie Lundin, managing partner of the center’s owner, LBG Real Estate Companies.

99 Ranch Market was established in the Little Saigon area of Westminster, California, in 1984 and is now reputed to be the largest Asian supermarket chain in the United States. It operates more than 50 locations in California, Nevada, Texas, Washington State, New Jersey, and Oregon.

Other tenants of the 1.2 million-sq.-ft. Shops at Hilltop include Macy’s, Sears, Walmart, and 24 Hour Fitness.

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