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What should go in the De Anza/85 Shopping Center?

What would you like to see in the former Huntington Village Shopping Center?

The old Huntington Village Shopping Center at South De Anza and Hwy. 85 is going through major reconstruction. The project should be complete within a couple months and several new spaces will be available. We would like to know what types of businesses you would like to see here.

This shopping center is on S. De Anza Blvd and Hwy 85. It was previously named Huntington Village Shopping Center, but they’re dropping that and now just calling it De Anza/85 Shopping Center. The previous anchor tenant was Maxim Market and originally it was a Nob Hill Foods.

I spoke with the developer to get an update. They’re in negotiations with an Asian grocer to take the anchor location. They will have several vacant spaces that could be partitioned to as small as 900 sq. ft. and as large as 10,000 sq. ft. We would like to know what types of businesses you would like to see fill those spaces.

Submit your suggestions on Spotmojo using this link: http://www.spotmojo.com/openspot/deanza85/

You can also use the code “DeAnza85” on Spotmojo to find this spot.

We’re also still very interested in your suggestions for Main Street and Vallco.

Cupertino Patch is working with Spotmojo to collect your suggestions. Spotmojo is a website where you can suggest the businesses you want where you live, work, or play. The suggestions are used to help new businesses find the perfect location and also to help commercial real estate brokers attract businesses to where you want them. This gives you a voice in the businesses that open in your neighborhood and it helps local businesses succeed.

Patricia A Edwards February 14, 2013 at 09:39 AM
Would request a non-specific ethnic grocery store. It would be SO helpful and again pleasant (i.e., Lucky) to go shopping at a full service store and easily find brands like Skippy, Nabisco, Ajax, etc. A Cupertino resident has to shop in another town for these simple things. Ridiculous! Perhaps when Apple builds the new campus, we might get another 7-11.
Giuseppina Bianchini February 14, 2013 at 05:50 PM
I agree with Patricia. I think we have already enough ethnic grocery stores in Cupertino, especially if it is true that there will be a Ranch 99 where Lucky was on De Anza.
Bubba March 01, 2013 at 04:56 PM
Nob Hill would be nice.
Deepa Hegde April 27, 2013 at 03:17 AM
I am tired of ethnic grocery stores coming up in every nook and corner in Cupertino and this is coming from an Asian myself. I second Patricia's thoughts, that it would be nice if they can get a grocery store where we can easily buy cupcakes, oreo cookies, and cereals and not drive all the way to Safeway on bollinger and Miller to buy them...
H2O April 27, 2013 at 06:25 AM
Ditto with everyone that has commented so far. We need a grocery store like Safeway, Lucky, or Nob Hill. Cupertino has enough ethnic specific grocery stores. I would love to see a Safeway in there!

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