Mountain View, CA – The Village at San Antonio Center, a signature gateway to Mountain View offering an exciting new place to live, work and shop, announced today the signing of Pacific Catch-Fresh Fish Grill opening later this year in Phase I of the mixed-use development. Last week, Paul Martin’s American Grill confirmed its lease and will also open in Phase I this year.
* Pacific Catch, taking 5,770 square-feet of space, was founded by two entrepreneurs, Keith Cox and Aaron Noveshen. Pacific Catch is a result of Aaron’s culinary adventures through regions of the Pacific and Keith’s love of the fresh fish concept inspired by the casual fish grills in Hawaii. The first Pacific Catch opened on Chestnut Street in San Francisco in 2003, and their handful of locations remain one of the most unique fresh fish dining experiences in the region. For more information, visit www.pacificcatch.com.
* Leasing 6,285 square feet, Paul Martin’s American Grill was conceived by Brian Bennett and legendary restaurateur Paul Fleming as the restaurant they always wanted in their neighborhood, serving American Classics with a fresh twist using locally-sourced and peak-of-the-season ingredients. To learn more about Paul Martin’s® American Grill, visit paulmartinsamericangrill.com.
“It’s wonderful to announce Pacific Catch and Paul Martin’s as part of our new development,” says Mike Grehl, Vice President of Merlone Geier Partners. “These upscale, exciting and popular dining destinations are an ideal fit for the exemplary community we are creating.”
The Village at San Antonio Center, located on 16 acres bounded by El Camino Real, San Antonio Rd, and California, currently has several retail stores and restaurants readying to move in, and is currently leasing homes in the Carmel the Village apartments. Safeway’s grand opening is April 19.
About The Village at San Antonio Center
The Village at San Antonio Center, a signature gateway to Mountain View, CA at San Antonio Road and El Camino Real, offers an exciting new place to live, work and shop in Silicon Valley. With easy access via Caltrain, bus, freeway and bike routes, the first phase of the Village is a 16-acre pedestrian-oriented community expected to generate over $1 million a year in sales tax revenue and over 800 jobs. A project of San Francisco based Merlone Geier Partners, the first phase features 134,000 square feet of commercial space, 330 apartments, a new public park, above- and below-grade parking, and sustainability components ranging from water-polishing bioswales for cleaning street run-off to energy-efficient building design and operation that exceeds State of California Title 24 mandates. Visit us at www.thevillagesanantoniocenter.com