ROSEVILLE — The Westfield Galleria in Roseville had applied for some upgrades with the City of Roseville, according to the Sacramento Business Journal.
Without listing specific retailers, the application describes a project that apparently includes tenant improvements in common areas and a remodeled dining terrace.
Stephanie Ringey, the Galleria’s senior marketing director, told the Business Journal a “refresh of the property” is planned, with more details to come in 2018. She said the refresh will include new retailers, restaurants and amenities.
The Galleria opened in 2000. An arson fire shuttered the mall in October 2010, causing an estimated $55 million in damages. Much of the mall reopened by late November 2010. A wing of the Galleria had to be rebuilt, and opened in October 2011.
The refresh plan comes as the brick-and-mortar landscape continues to change, as malls and shopping centers are beginning to add more “experience-oriented” tenants like restaurants and fitness studios.
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