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The Shops at La Cantera Location San Antonio, Texas, USA Opening date 2005 (phase I), 2008 (phase II) Developer The Rouse Company Management General Growth Properties Owner General Growth Properties No. of stores and services 130 No. of anchor tenants 4 Total retail floor area 1,011,000 sq ft (93,900 m2) No. of floors 2 Website The Shops at La Cantera is an upscale open-air regional shopping mall located in northwest San Antonio, Texas, USA, near the Loop 1604 and Interstate 10 interchange. The initial phase of the project opened on September 16, 2005. The 1,300,000-square-foot (121,000 m2) center sits on a 150-acre (0.61 km2) site in La Cantera, a 1,700-acre (6.9 km2) master-planned resort community being developed by USAA Real Estate Company. (La Cantera is also home to Six Flags Fiesta Texas, The Westin La Cantera Resort and Spa and two world-class golf courses, The Palmer Course at La Cantera and The Westin Resort Course, which is home to the PGA Valero Texas Open.) Contents 1 Design 2 Awards 3 Anchors 4 Major Stores with Non-Anchor Status 5 References 6 External links // Design The concept for the center was originally developed and conceived by The Rouse Company under a joint venture with USAA Real Estate Company. (The Rouse Company also developed San Antonio's North Star Mall.) General Growth Properties acquired The Rouse Company in November 2004.[1] The shopping center was designed by the award-winning, local architectural firm Alamo Architects. The shopping center is designed as a single-level, garden-like "retail village" with varied storefronts, shared arcades, and subtle water features. The overall architectural style of the center has a Texas Hill Country vernacular style. The Shops at La Cantera includes the first Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom in San Antonio and new stores from Dillard's and Foley's (now Macy's). There are also more than 150 other shops and restaurants, including newcomers to the market such as Burberry, Tiffany & Co., Hugo Boss, Betsey Johnson, Brooks Brothers, BCBG Max Azria, Apple, Lacoste, Tumi and Ralph Lauren.[2] The second phase of the mall was opened in October 2008 and had 300,000 new square feet of retail space and contained an additional 40 stores (about 30 of which are new to the market), restaurants, a large bookstore, and Class A office space.[3] Like the original mall, the second phase was designed by Alamo Architects. Awards The Shops at La Cantera was the 2006 Grand Award Winner in the 17th Annual Superior Achievement in Design & Imaging (SADI) Awards competition, presented by Retail Traffic magazine.[4] Anchors Dillard's — 200,000 sq ft (19,000 m2). (opened 2005) Macy's — 165,000 sq ft (15,300 m2). (opened 2005 as Foley's, became Macy's 2006) Neiman-Marcus — 120,000 sq ft (11,000 m2). (opened 2005) Nordstrom — 144,000 sq ft (13,400 m2). (opened 2005) Major Stores with Non-Anchor Status Abercrombie and Fitch American Apparel Ann Taylor Anthropologie Apple Store Aveda Bailey Banks & Biddle Banana Republic BCBGMAXAZRIA bebe Betsey Johnson The Body Shop BOSS Hugo Boss Build-A-Bear Workshop Brooks Brothers Burberry Chico's The Children's Place Coach Coldwater Creek Cole Haan Custo Barcelona Express Forever 21 The Gap Gilly Hicks Guess? Hollister Co. J. Crew Juicy Couture Kenneth Cole L'Occitane en Provence Lacoste Lilly Pulitzer Lucky Brand Jeans New York & Company Nine West Pottery Barn Puma AG Ralph Lauren Ruehl No.925 Sephora Sony Style Tiffany & Co. Tommy Bahama United Colors of Benetton Urban Outfitters Vera Bradley Victoria's Secret White House Black Market Williams-Sonoma Zara References ^ Shops at La Cantera to be a retail slam dunk, Rouse says, San Antonio Business Journal, May 28, 2004 ^ Image:Dillard's Firewheel.jpg ^ The Shops at La Cantera to multiply, San Antonio Express-News, March 20, 2008 ^ SADI 2006 Grand Winner: The Shops at La Cantera Retail Traffic Magazine, May 1, 2006 External links The Shops at La Cantera Official website General Growth Properties The Shops at La Cantera page USAA Real Estate Company Official website The Westin La Cantera Resort Official website v • d • e San Antonio, Texas Motto: Alamo City Attractions The Alamo | Arneson River Theater | Artpace | Aztec On The River | Basilica of the National Shrine of the Little Flower | Blue Star Contemporary Art Center | Botanical Garden | Cathedral of San Fernando | Fiesta San Antonio | Government Canyon State Natural Area | HemisFair '68 | Institute of Texan Cultures | Japanese Tea Garden | La Villita | Majestic Theatre | McNay Art Museum | Museum of Aerospace Medicine | Retama Park racetrack | San Antonio Missions National Historical Park | San Antonio Museum of Art | River Walk | San Antonio Zoo | Spanish Governor's Palace | Texas Folklife Festival | Texas Transportation Museum | Tower of the Americas | Tower Life Building | Witte Museum Entertainment Alamodome | AT&T Center | Fiesta Noche del Rio | Freeman Coliseum | Nelson W. Wolff Stadium | San Antonio Missions (Baseball) | San Antonio Rampage | San Antonio Silver Stars | San Antonio Spurs | San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo | San Antonio Symphony | SeaWorld | Six Flags Fiesta Texas | Splashtown Companies Christus Santa Rosa | Clear Channel | Firstmark Credit Union | Frost Bank | Harte-Hanks | H-E-B | M7 Aerospace | NewTek | Rackspace | San Antonio Express-News | SAS Shoemakers (SAS) | Santikos Theatres | SAWS | Security Service Federal Credit Union | Taco Cabana | Tesoro | Toyota Motor Manufacturing Texas | USAA | Valero | Whataburger Research & Education The Alamo Colleges | Cancer Therapy & Research Center | Children's Cancer Research Institute | Our Lady of the Lake University | San Antonio Public Library | South Texas Medical Center | Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research | Southwest Research Institute | St. Mary's University | Texas A&M University–San Antonio | Texas Neurosciences Institute | Trinity University | University Hospital System | University of the Incarnate Word | University of Texas Health Science Center | University of Texas at San Antonio Military Brooke Army Medical Center | Brooks City-Base | Camp Bullis | Fort Sam Houston | Lackland Air Force Base | Randolph Air Force Base Other Bexar County Courthouse | Culture | Architecture | Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center | Market Square | Neighborhoods | North Star Mall | Pearl Brewery | Rivercenter | San Antonio International Airport | San Antonio Springs | The Shops at La Cantera | VIA Metropolitan Transit Coordinates: 29°35′33″N 98°36′56″W / 29.5925°N 98.61556°W / 29.5925; -98.61556