A new Benihana, Chick-fil-A and several stores are coming to Bridgepointe Shopping Center in San Mateo following lease agreements, Bridgepointe real estate manager CBRE announced Thursday.

CBRE said leases have been agreed to with Benihana, Ross, Nordstrom Rack, Five Below, The Container Store, California Fish Grill, Lazy Dog and Shane Co. Of current tenants, Marshalls signed a renewal deal and Ulta Beauty will expand at its current site. Five Below offers teen-oriented merchandise, while The Container Store offers home goods and has locations in the Stanford Shopping Center and San Francisco. CBRE officials did not provide any additional information about lease terms or when new places might open.

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Curtis Driscoll covers transportation and the cities of San Mateo, Foster City, Belmont and Half Moon Bay. See my other articles: https://bit.ly/3IruW6p

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Bridgepoint property has always lacked in aesthetic appeal. It needs trees, large trees in the parking lots. Here's some research on what many of us already can sense. Trees add value to shopping experience, to land value, and desire to shop in person. Proven increase in sales.



no thanks, last thing we need is leaves, pollen and sap on our cars while shopping.


Now if you really wanted to report on something... the history of Chick-fil-A & In & Out and the El Torito property around the corner in FC... THAT is a news worthy tale.

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