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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.

The 1 million-square-foot Colonies Crossroads has continued to expand 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.

The Ultimate Power Center

The Colonies Crossroads has grown to become the ‘model’ power center displaying all of the characteristics required for successful box stores as well as smaller retailers like freeway access and easy parking.

In addition to being an amazing shopping destination it is a major boon to the city of Upland, providing more than $2 million a year in sales tax revenues.

The most recent zone to be completed has now become home to nationally recognized eateries like Chipotle, Pick Up Stix, The Habit, Pieology and Panera Bread to name a few.

Finally, Nordstrom Rack and TJ Maxx have arrived in Upland as well as Tilly’s and Famous Footwear. Now local residents don’t need to leave town to shop. It’s all right here in their own backyard.




Oggi’s Owner Has A Colorful Story 

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 — brings his life’s lessons and philosophy to 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, has become, according Perez, number one in the chain for sales out of 18 locations throughout California and Arizona.

The Oggi’s franchise was originated by two brothers, George and John Hadjis, who began serving up their own pizzeria experience in August of 1991. After more than 20 combined years working in the technology industry, George and John opened their first restaurant in Del Mar, California as a franchisee of an existing local pizza chain. “Oggi” stands for “today” in Italian. It symbolizes freshness as well as “the here and the now”.

If you looking for great pizza, pasta, salads, beer or even sports Oggi’s is the place. The dough is made fresh daily along with the sauces, dressings, and burgers, and all from scratch!