The shopping mall was created by Ernest W. Hahn in 1982 and opened as Palm Desert Town Center. The $75 million undertaking spread over 62 sections of land and included four significant retail chains, 130 inline shops, a 8-screen theater, a nourishment court and an indoor ice skating arena. Different stores included "What's Up" and The Balboa Beach Company. A little arcade called The Yellow Brick Road was on the second level over the skating arena, beside the nourishment court. Unique stay stores were May Company,Bonwit Teller, JCPenney, and Bullock's.
In 1987, Bonwit Teller chose to close the majority of its Californian stores and its spot at the shopping center was taken by Bullocks Wilshire. This was the first occasion when that a Bullocks Wilshire store was situated in a similar shopping center with a Bullock's store. A fifth stay, J.W. Robinson's, opened a couple of months after the fact in 1987.
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72-840 CA-111, Palm Desert, CA 92260, United States
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