Winepress Shopping Center is home to 312,000 square feet of retail, restaurants and service providers. The Center is anchored by Target and Stein Mart. Other tenants include Jimmy John’s, Texas Roadhouse, Carl’s Jr., Big 5 Sporting Goods, Mattress Land SleepFit, Styles for Less and a variety of national and strong local tenants. Strategically located between Freeway 99 and Highway 41, the site is a destination for residents of both east and west Fresno and is located within a well-established retail and residential trade area.
Shaw Avenue has long been recognized as one of the top retail corridors in the Central Valley. Neighboring tenants include Costco, Winco, Toys R Us, Food Maxx, Home Depot, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Smart and Final Extra, United Artists, Ross, Food 4 Less, Big Lots, Wal-Mart, Kohl’s, Pets Mart and many more. Marks Avenue has also become a major arterial, as it is one of the only streets connecting Shaw and Herndon Avenues on the west side of the City of Fresno (see aerial map). The Shaw and Marks Avenues intersection traffic counts are in excess of 65,000 cars per day.
Fresno is located in the central San Joaquin Valley 175 miles south of the San Francisco/Bay Area, 215 miles north of Los Angeles, and 110 miles east of the central coast. Overnight access to the state’s northern, southern and coastal markets is provided by connectivity to California’s two major Freeways: Interstate 5 and Highway 99. The county has a diverse population of approximately 1.5 Million people and is growing at a rapid pace. Covering an area of more than 6,000 square miles, Fresno is the state’s fifth largest city and remains California’s best kept secret.