OPEN FOR BUSINESS: CITY CENTER BISHOP RANCH INVITES COMMUNITY TO ‘reDISCOVER’ THE SIMPLE JOYS OF LIFE OUTDOORS
– Heller Jewelers and LoveSac Now Open at the Lifestyle Center, Ramen Hiroshi Opening Soon
– Center Implementing Several Safety Health Measures to Welcome Back Visitors
San Ramon, Calif. – (June 11, 2020) – City Center Bishop Ranch announced today that it is welcoming visitors back to the popular retail, dining, and entertainment destination, in full compliance with the Contra Costa County Health ordinance that permits in-store shopping and dining with modifications.
“We’re proud and excited to invite guests to rediscover City Center Bishop Ranch,” said Alex Mehran, Jr., president, and CEO of Sunset Development Company, owner and developer of City Center Bishop Ranch. “The steps we’ve taken will provide a safe place for everyone to enjoy local dining, shopping, and spending time with friends and family in a beautiful outdoor environment.”
Mehran noted that guests can “rest assured we are taking precautions to keep guests safe and healthy during their visit to City Center Bishop Ranch. The center’s long-awaited reopening celebrates San Ramon’s strong community spirit.”
Guests’ dining and shopping choices will be expanded as City Center Bishop Ranch recently welcomed new merchants. They include Heller Jewelers, a local, family-owned Official Rolex Jeweler with a strong focus on exemplary customer service; Lovesac, maker of the popular patented modular furniture system called “Sactionals;” and soon to come, Ramen Hiroshi, a beloved local restaurant dishing up classic ramen bowls.
“We’re so glad to be in our new home at City Center Bishop Ranch,” said Scott Heller, owner, and president, Heller Jewelers. “We offer San Ramon residents and beyond our friendly, expert service and one-of-a-kind custom-designed pieces.”
City Center Bishop Ranch has implemented numerous revisions to its operations designed to ensure guests’ safety, in keeping with guidelines encouraged by the state, the World Health Organization, and the Centers for Disease Control. Among them:
– Outdoor dining patios have been expanded to accommodate social-distancing guidelines.
– Tables and chairs at sit-down restaurants have been reconfigured to ensure appropriate spacing among diners.
– Voluntary health screen and temperature-check station located in Alexander Square.
– Sanitation stations equipped with hand sanitizers have been installed at 4 locations throughout Alexander Square.
– Signage outlining precautions will be visible to all center guests.
By rediscovering City Center Bishop Ranch, shoppers and diners will also play an important role in raising funds and food for the local Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano counties.
For a list of individual merchant operations and hours, please visit: https://www.citycenterbishopranch.com/