Sunnyvale Town Center was a two-level shopping mall located in Sunnyvale, California, USA. It opened in 1979 on the site of much of the city's downtown, and was anchored by Macy's, Montgomery Ward, and later, J.C. Penney. Target moved in when Montgomery Ward closed. By the early 2000s, the mall had failed financially and only the Target and Macy's stores remained open. Work on a mixed-use development to replace the mall was stalled by a legal dispute from 2009 to 2015 and as of July 2016, when a new agreement was reached modifying the plans for the site. As of 2019, the Sunnyvale Town Center is almost complete. There is a variety of condominium, townhome and housing developments that surround the town center. With access to coffee shops like Phil's and Starbuck's and steps to Cal-Train you can't beat this central location for those on the go, and looking for an urban location in the suburbs.
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