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Nordstrom Rack is coming to Fremont

By Matt Artz
Tuesday, September 9th, 2008 at 2:44 pm in business, Fremont.

I got scooped on this. It’s not the big department store; it’s the big department store’s discount chain.

It’s coming to Creekside Landing, which I think is that planned shopping center way on the south end of town off I-880.

Anyway, for the full story check out the East Bay Business Times.

UPDATE: Creekside landing is indeed the development formerly known as Bayside Marketplace. It’s going to be at the southern boundary of Fremont at Dixon Landing Road, west of I-880. Council approval of the 25-acre project is expected for early next year.

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  • Glenn

    If Creekside Landing ends up being an mini outlet mall, it might not be as redundant as I’d imagined. I still want to see a Whole Foods or Nugget Market somewhere nearby, too.

  • Doug

    Is this a different development than Bayside Marketplace? Here’s the announcement that was put out last year about it. “The 49-acre Bayside Marketplace would include several big box retailers, about a dozen smaller shops and 1,993 parking spaces just north of Dixon Landing Road.”
    There’s a Paul Simon’s song that keeps playing in my mind, “Slip Slidin’ Away”. The opening lyics say it all,
    “You know the nearer your destination, The more you’re slip slidin’ away.”

  • MikeTeeVee

    The linked article says the store will open in Fall, 2010 which is two years away. Thanks for the heads up! 8-)
    Also, do you have a more exact location for Creekside Landing? Google came up empty. Thanks.

  • Californiaguy

    The 49-acre Bayside Marketplace would include several big box retailers, about a dozen smaller shops and 1,993 parking spaces just north of Dixon Landing Road.”

    This is right next to and threatens the wetlands and animal habitat, but hey we get Nordstrom’s

  • Doug

    So we’ll have Creekside Landing formerly known as Bayside Marketplace and the _____________ A’s formerly known as the Oakland A’s.
    How about, Pacific Commons formerly known as Fremont?
    I still think calling the A’s the Pacific Commoners might catch on. Their slogan could be, “The team for the common man (or woman).” Definitely a more global ring to it. Why limit the fan base to the Bay Area?