The Glendora Promenade has been an empty retail space for some time now. The remodeled center was geared around its anchor tenant Fresh and Easy and is relying on it attract businesses to the center.
But with the grocery store still awaiting its opening, the center has remained barren with only a Tutor Time and a Subway to show for it.
Fresh and Easy released a press release Thursday that didn’t add any hope.
The release announced 10 southern California stores scheduled to open next year. Glendora’s was not among them.
Southern California stores opening early next year:
Here is the list:
2nd St. & Madison Ave. El Cajon
El Toro Rd. & Trabuco Rd. Lake Forest
Newport Blvd. & Harbor Blvd. Costa Mesa
Camino Del Norte & Dove Canyon Rd. San Diego
Oceanside Blvd. & Vine St. Oceanside
Alameda St. & Florence Ave. Walnut Park
Seaward Ave. & Thompson Blvd. Ventura
Arneill Rd. & Las Posas Rd. Camarillo
Bonita Ave. & San Dimas Canyon Rd. San Dimas
* Atlantic Ave. & 33rd St. Long Beach
PS – I haven’t been posting as I have been away from the office most days covering the Manling Williams trial.