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Cupertino’s dying Vallco mall provides school with temporary home

By Janice Bitters - Silicon Valley Business Journal, September 28, 2017 Sand Hill Property Co. has been winding down operations at Vallco, its dying Cupertino shopping mall, for more than a year. But the company will put the sprawling — and nearly empty — building to a new, albeit temporary, use next summer. The [...]

October 2nd, 2017|News|

Vallco allows Adult School to temporarily occupy nearly empty mall, rent-free

By Matthew Wilson - Cupertino Courier/The Mercury News, September 29, 2017 While it may not be converted to a town center with a green roof, trails, market hall or posh office space for techies, Vallco Shopping Mall nevertheless will be injected with some extra life next summer. Nearly a year after Cupertino voters [...]

October 2nd, 2017|News|

Are indoor malls dying, even in the Bay Area? Yes and no

By Angela Hill - The Mercury News, July 26, 2017 It’s mid-summer in the Bay Area. Do you know where your teenagers are? Well I don’t know either, but one thing’s sure, they’re not at the mall. I checked. In fact, it seems a lot of people are not shopping at some of our venerable [...]

July 27th, 2017|News|

Cupertino speaker series could be a prelude to more Vallco debate

By Kristi Myllenbeck - Cupertino Courier/The Mercury News, July 7, 2017 The city of Cupertino has announced dates for its summer speaker series that could be a bridge to resident discussion on the future of the mostly vacant Vallco Shopping Mall property. The series will focus on local and regional development topics like retail shopping [...]

July 8th, 2017|News|