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It combines national retailers with grocery stores, coffee shops, home improvement centers, and specialty boutiques making it the commercial and social center of Upland. It is the Inland Empire’s most easily accessible, one-stop shopping destination in a distinctive outdoor setting. You’ll want to come back again and again.
Since opening 10 years ago, the 1 million-square-foot Colonies Crossroads has continued to increase its retail and restaurant offerings, with 230,000 additional square feet of retail space. Oggi’s Pizza and Brewing and California Fish Grill join many other fine eateries including Chili’s, Panera Bread, Chipotle, The Habit, Pick Up Stix, and Pieology.
Daily Bulletin: Legendary samurai descendent and former Sony animator opens an … Oggi’s restaurant in Upland
UPLAND >> Kenji Perez — a self-reported direct descendant of the most famous samurai in Japanese history and the former head animator for one of Japan’s most popular animated series — is bringing his life’s lessons and philosophy to his next venture: opening Oggi’s Pizza and Brewing in Upland.
Oggi’s, an Orange County-based sports-bar chain known for its beer and pizza and pronounced oh-Gees, recently opened in May at the Colonies Crossroads shopping center and has since become, according Perez, number one in the chain for sales out of 18 locations throughout California and Arizona. Read more
Two New Restaurants Coming to Colonies Crossroads
Colonies Crossroads will have two new dining options come year’s end.
Oggi’s Pizza and Brewing, and California Fish Grill will occupy two buildings now under construction in the center.
The addition of the two restaurants brings the center “to 100 percent occupancy for the entire colonies project,” said Brad Umansky, president and founder of Progressive Real Estate Partners, the brokerage firm handling the deal. “There is currently no available space within the shopping center for further major development.”