Montclair Place shopping is suited to your fashion-forward life with the dash of easy convenience you want. Experience the chic and effortless style of the new Montclair Place, where everything you need to inspire your life is within easy reach. Our premier mall offers a diverse mix of top national brand stores, boutique shops, restaurants, fun events and fantastic sales that will satisfy the needs of even the most discerning shopper.
Whether you're in the mood for Macy's magic, a little Victoria's Secret, the latest looks of H&M, GUESS, FOREVER 21, or ALDO; or if you want a beauty update at MAC or Sephora, are seeking the sparkle of gems at Ben Bridge and Kay Jewelers, or just want to pick up a great book from Barnes & Noble, the choices are endless! You can also savor a meal to suit your tastes from our new food hall, Moreno St. Market. Choose from Panda Express, Pokeway, Noodle World, Boba World, Stickhouse and Oli’s Tacos. Take the family for a meal or meet up with friends...after a day of fun-filled shopping it's a great way to recharge your senses!
Anchor Tenants: Macy's and JC Penney
Number of Retail Specialty Stores: Approximately 200
Type Of Center: Two-level, enclosed center
Total Gross Leasable Area (GLA): 1,212,823 square feet - Number of Parking Spaces: 6,249
Year Opened: 1968
Expanded/Renovated: 1985, 1997, 2008, 2017
Please click to view the Montclair Place tenant list: Tenant Directory for Montclair Place
5060 Montclair Plaza Lane
Montclair, California 91763
Phone (909) 626-2501 FAX (909) 624-6195
Location: Interstate 10 at Central Avenue. Additional access from Monte Vista Avenue and Moreno Street
General Manager, John Knecht
909-626-2501 Ext. 233
Specialty Leasing Associate, James Black
909-626-2501 Ext. 232
CIM Group, a partnership of investors with $13.1 billion of assets under management and $7.6 billion of equity under management across seven institutional funds, acquired Montclair Place from CWCapital Asset Management on February 10, 2014. CIM Group is headquartered in Los Angeles in the TV Guide Building, located near CIM Group’s Hollywood and Highland Center.
As a relative value investor, CIM Group typically targets thriving urban areas and underserved/transitional urban districts that have dedicated resources to become vibrant urban communities.
The company conducts extensive research before investing and examines the characteristics of a market to determine whether the target investment area justifies the efforts CIM Group undertakes. CIM Group’s investment strategies typically attract national tenants and local consumers to retail, office, and entertainment venues after CIM Group enters the local market.
CIM Group has active projects throughout California, including Los Angeles, West Hollywood, Manhattan Beach, Huntington Beach, Pasadena, Santa Monica, Santa Ana, Anaheim, Oakland, San Francisco, San Jose, San Diego, San Pedro, and Sacramento. Outside of California, CIM Group has active projects in Washington D.C.; Dallas, Austin, and Houston, Texas; Las Vegas, Nevada; Miami, Florida; Chicago, Illinois; Charlotte, North Carolina; Boulder, Colorado; New York City, New York; Toronto, Canada; and Monterrey, Mexico.
The North Montclair Downtown Specific Plan has played an integral role to the company’s decision to acquire Montclair Place. CIM Group was attracted to the City by the variety of urban and mixed-land uses, the proposed pedestrian corridor, and the transit-oriented features at the nearby Montclair Transcenter, which was significant to the company’s investment decision.
The City looks forward to collaborating with CIM Group in its development of a renovation concept for Montclair Place, which may incorporate entertainment uses, additional restaurants, and additional retail.
Below are photos showing some the significant assets controlled and managed by CIM Group that include the following:
Dolby Theatre, Hollywood, California. The Dolby Theatre, formerly known as the Kodak Theatre, is a live- performance auditorium in the Hollywood and Highland shopping mall and entertainment complex located at Hollywood Boulevard and North Highland Avenue in the Hollywood district of Los Angeles. Since its opening on November 9, 2001, the theater has hosted the Academy Awards ceremonies, and is the first permanent home for these annual awards ceremonies.
432 Park Avenue, New York City, New York. CIM Group is developing a "super tall" residential project in New York City at 432 Park Avenue in midtown Manhattan. With a height of 1,398 feet and 125 condominium apartments, the structure will become the 3rd tallest tower in the United States.
Third Street Promenade, Santa Monica, California. The Third Street Promenade is an upscale shopping, dining and entertainment complex in the downtown area of Santa Monica. It is considered the premier shopping and dining district on the west side and draws large crowds from all over the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Hollywood & Highland Center, Hollywood, California. The Hollywood & Highland Center is a shopping mall and entertainment complex located at Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue in the Hollywood district in Los Angeles, sitting across from El Capitan Theatre. The center also includes TCL Chinese Theatre (formerly Grauman's Chinese Theatre and Mann's Chinese Theatre) and the Dolby Theatre. Hollywood & Highland also houses 65,000 square feet of gathering spaces that include the Grand Ballroom used for The Oscars Governors’ Ball. The popular sidewalk is considered a coveted location for recent additions to the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck operates his regional headquarters out of the complex. The center also includes television broadcast facilities and has played a significant role in attracting development to other parts of Hollywood Boulevard.