McCaulou’s moving into Lincoln Center

April 24, 2015


lincoln centerSTOCKTON – McCaulou’s plans to open a location in Lincoln Center by Oct. 1. The store will move into the 23,746 square-foot location that was Campbell’s before its closure in 2012.

McCaulou’s carries a wide variety of merchandise found in most department stores including menswear, women’s and children’s clothing, cosmetics, shoes and gifts. The family-owned chain has been in business for more than 40 years and has nine stores in the Bay Area including its flagship store in Lafayette.

McCaulou’s expects to create 30-40 new jobs. Its opening brings the occupancy at Lincoln Center to 99 percent. Ninety four businesses are currently located in Lincoln Center.

Phil Johnson, president of Sims-Grupe Management, General Partner for Lincoln Properties, said in a release that the addition of McCaulou’s would enhance the Center’s current tenant mix of local boutiques and restaurants as well as national retailers.

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