Parkwoods - Raley's Shopping Centers


Parkwoods Shopping Center

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The Parkwoods shopping center is located at 1728 W. Hammer Lane between Alexandria and Brentwood. It features a large Gymstars, a bookstore, two barber shops, a beauty shop, cleaners, liquor store a pizza place and a gas station

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Parkwoods Promenade

Click to Enlarge Parkwoods Sign - Hammer Lane between Brentwood and Alexandria

Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge 1612 Hammer Lane - Parkwoods Shell / Parkwoods Vallero / Parkwoods Arco / Parkwood Richfield

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1716 - Central Valley Physical Therapy

Click to Enlarge 1704 Hammer Lane - Clipper Town / Former Bicycle Shop / Century 21 Belohaveck Realty

1720 - La Stella Tanning

1730 - Curves for Women

Click to Enlarge 1724 West Hammer lane - Friends of the Stockton Library

Click to Enlarge 1726 - Parkwoods Barber

Click to Enlarge 1728 W. Hammer Lane - Rain-N-Cats-N-Dogs Grooming

1736 - Former Parkwoods Pharmacy

Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge 1740 Hammer Lane - GymStars - Former Sib's Market GymStars / Former Sib's Market - Left photo Floyd Perry Jr.

Click to Enlarge 1744 - David's Pizza - David's New York Style Pizza Facebook page / Hi-grade Park Woods Cleaners

1748 - Former Parkwoods Barber

1752 - Former Park Woods Beauty

Click to Enlarge 1756 W Hammer Ln - Parkwood's Yogurt & Deli Shoppe /  Former Park Woods Laundromat

Click to Enlarge 1760 W Hammer Ln - Parkwoods Liquors

Click to Enlarge 1762 W Hammer Ln - Parkwoods Cleaners

1770 W Hammer Ln Parkwoods Beauty Salon

Click to Enlarge 1782 W Hammer Ln - Pacific Urgent Care / Former Stockton Savings & Loan
Raley's Shopping Center

2323 W. Hammer lane - Raley's Supermarket is the anchor of this Hammer Lane and Don Avenue location. There are also two banks, two restaurants. a pizza place, Rado shack and auto parts store

Raley’s operates 130 stores, 40 of them in the Greater Sacramento area. Those stores control the city’s largest market share: 28%, down from 30% in 2007 and 34% in 2003, according to Metro Market Studies of Tucson, Arizona. By comparison, other local market shares are Safeway at 16.7%, Costco at 11.9% and Save Mart at 9.2%. However, the company is suffering from increased competition in the region as well as the poor economy, and had more than 150 corporate layoffs in 2011 and closed several stores in 2012.

Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Raley's 6:am photos 2323 W. Hammer Lane

Click to Enlarge Autozone - 2309 West Hammer Ln  - Raley's Center - All former Chief stores were converted into AutoZone stores or closed. Chief was considered another convenience concept of 7-Eleven; many of the stores were open 24 hours a day. Many Chief stores were adjacent to 7-Eleven stores, or were in stand-alone buildings. 7-Eleven called them "convenience auto parts stores Chief Auto Parts was a United States-based auto parts store chain and had stores located in the states of Tennessee, Texas, Nevada, Arizona, Arkansas and California. Chief was founded in 1955 in Norwalk, California. It was purchased by Southland Corporation in 1979, along with Citgo and Movie Quik. The company was based in Dallas, Texas and operated as a division of Southland Corporation until 1990. The division was then sold to General Electric. Chief merged with Memphis, Tennessee based AutoZone in 1998.From 1992

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Click to Enlarge Compass Bank - On August 21, 2009, in an Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation-supervised transaction, BBVA Compass acquired the deposits and other core assets of the failed Guaranty Bank of Austin, Texas. The deal gives BBVA Compass a first-time presence in California and expands an existing presence in Texas. BBVA is further expanding its regional presence with BBVA Compass Plaza, a 312,000 square foot office building in Houston, which was officially opened on 13 June 2013.

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Little Cesar's Pizza - 2339 W. Hammer Lane / Former Best Pizza - Little Caesars Pizza was founded by husband and wife Mike and Marian Ilitch on May 8, 1959. The first location was a strip mall in Garden City, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit. Mike wanted to call it simply "Pizza Treat," but Marian wanted a name that suited her more. Marian considered Mike her "little Caesar". Mike ultimately relented, and the store opened as "Little Caesar's Pizza Treat." The original store is still open today.

Click to Enlarge Mc Donald's - 2415 W. Hammer Lane - 957-5223 - A McDonald's restaurant is operated by either a franchisee, an affiliate, or the corporation itself. The corporation's revenues come from the rent, royalties and fees paid by the franchisees, as well as sales in company-operated restaurants. McDonald's revenues grew 27 percent over the three years ending in 2007 to $22.8 billion, and 9 percent growth in operating income to $3.9 billion. McDonald's primarily sells hamburgers, cheeseburgers, chicken, french fries, breakfast items, soft drinks, milkshakes and desserts. In response to changing consumer tastes, the company has expanded its menu to include salads, wraps, smoothies and fruit. Mc Donald's Website

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Postal Plus 2339 W. Hammer Lane

Radio Shack

Click to Enlarge Former Raley's Supermarket

Click to Enlarge Susie's Deals

Click to Enlarge Tsing Tao

Click to Enlarge Strawberry Stand by Raleys Shopping Center

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