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Paragon Outlets Livermore Valley Store List

Paragon Outlets Livermore Valley is set to open on Nov. 8. Here's a list of the stores.

View the attached file to check out a list of stores announced for the upcoming Paragon Outlets Livermore Valley. Information provided by the City of Livermore.

Which stores on the list are you most looking forward to visiting when the outlets open? Is there a store that should be added? Tell us in the comments section below.

Nathan21 August 03, 2012 at 02:02 PM
What happened with the DC Shoe store???????????
Megan August 03, 2012 at 04:02 PM
It's still there with quicksilver
Quoth the raven.... August 03, 2012 at 04:06 PM
..how 'bout..Crate n Barrel(now in Berkeley), Eileen Fisher(now in Oakland Marina), Restoration Hardware(now in Vacaville), William Sonoma(now in Las Vegas), Pottery Barn.
TracyB August 03, 2012 at 04:32 PM
So excited for Christmas shopping this year! woohoo!!!
Star "Stella Baby" Rusca Woodbridge August 03, 2012 at 04:43 PM
I was wondering the same!!! Pottery Barn and Restoration Hardware!
Michelle Childree August 03, 2012 at 04:48 PM
I thought therre was supposed to be a Crazy 8's store as well. They're putting in Janie and Jack and Gymboree. I heard all 3 of their brands were supposed to open there. Sucks cause now I still have to go to Stockton!
Mr. Pickles August 03, 2012 at 08:21 PM
Wow! The yard sales are going to be plenty and landfill will be overflowing after the the Livermorians purchase all this merchandise. Wonder if they'll save any money for their old age or will they think it's 2007 all over again. Come on people, shop till you're bankrupt and homeless. You need that junk!
Higgins August 03, 2012 at 08:40 PM
Who can pick just one store - I'm excited for all of them !!!!!
Retail Watchdog August 04, 2012 at 03:00 AM
Folks, don't get too excited. Most (not all, but most) of these "outlets" sell product made especially for the outlets with lower-quality fabrics and cuts that would never be sold in their full-line counterparts. Coach, GUESS?, Gap, Banana Republic, J.Crew, and other stores in that mid-tier price range are guilty. The keywords to look for are "company store" and "factory store." If you pay attention to sales and are patient, you can find better deals at their Stoneridge counterparts. Heck, Nordstrom's Anniversary Sale is going on right now, and that's always a great time to go shopping. And it's not all bad news: for the most part, the super high-end stores like Burberry and Armani stock legitimate past-season product, as do cosmetics brands and stuff like Yankee Candle (whose Livermore outlet will be their first outlet in California), more "ubiquitous" mall brands like American Eagle, and skate brands like Hurley and Volcom. Pay attention, and don't be mindless consumers.
Livermoronian August 04, 2012 at 08:16 AM
I would like to see a "Fashion Bug" outlet. I look over the list and there are no Plus Size Outlets. Fashion Bug also has non plus size too. They are an affiliate of Lane Bryant, but not as pricey. Also, I don't agree that the quality of the merchandise is lower quality. I find that most of the stuff is sent to outlet because it had taken its course in the regular store, and they move it to outlet to make room for newer items.
Retail Watchdog August 04, 2012 at 10:33 AM
You don't have to agree, you just have to look it up. The companies are upfront about it, and are fairly proud of their creations. And unfortunately, Fashion Bug is actually going out of business within the next year, so you should stock up while you can.
CitizenX August 04, 2012 at 04:13 PM
look out stoneridge mall, it about time we had something like this
Sandy August 05, 2012 at 03:12 PM
What exactly is your point Mr. Graham? I am a resident of Livermore..... I have zero desire to shop at this outlet. I agree with Retail Watchdog. But that you, sir, make that comment is irritating. You think it will be only the Livermore folks shopping there? That place is going to drag in all of the East Bay. Can't wait to hear the bitching that's going to go on about the traffic. But please.......that comment was stupid. Why can't people like you just allow others to address the topic here .....and just stay with that? Jeeeez. Anyway...... I just hope the restaurants are good. That'll get me there. And please make it look nice!! I was hoping it would have a little Santana Row thing about it. Please don't emulate the Gilroy or Tracy Outlets!
Mr. Pickles August 05, 2012 at 11:43 PM
Irritating huh? Maybe it hit a little to close to home. My bank is still doing equity lines of credit. Possibly you can get one before the Grand Openning.
david August 06, 2012 at 03:50 PM
Daniel: not to worry when President Obama is reelected he will bail-out anyone who goes under with credit card debt or mortgage problems. The government will take care of all of us so have a little hope and look forward!
DC August 06, 2012 at 05:32 PM
"If you pay attention to sales and are patient, you can find better deals at their Stoneridge counterparts." How in the hell would you know? Have you seen the price lists? No, you're just trying to impress upon people that StoneRidge has better prices, even without knowing what the prices are going to be at the outlet stores. And why should the customer have to be patient just to get a good deal at StoneRidge? Retail Watchdog my a**. Take your business-salvaging PR spin back to Pleasanton. Livermore residents won't patronize your businesses as much, true, but that doesn't mean that they haven't paid attention and it doesn't make them mindless. -from someone who doesn't have a horse in this race
Karla August 06, 2012 at 10:44 PM
Juicy Couture!!!!
Retail Watchdog August 06, 2012 at 11:33 PM
DC, So I was going to post a long multi-paragraph essay refuting your argument, but Patch had other thoughts as when I went to post it, it disappeared from the comment box. Yay me. Basically, it boils down to this: I don't represent any interest in Stoneridge, Simon, or any retail company. I'm simply asking people to pay attention, do research, and be aware of what they are buying. "Outlets" are no longer the red-headed stepchildren of the retail industry. They're a massive part of why certain brands are still around and making their billions of profits today. Saks Fifth Avenue, while closing department stores, opened more Off 5th stores to the point where they outnumber full-line department stores. Nordstrom Racks now outnumber Nordstrom stores, even without Nordstrom closing stores. Brands like GAP are closing full-line stores while opening additional "outlets." Don't you think that's slightly fishy? And I HAVE had the chance to compare and contrast. I had the chance to visit Valley Fair, Santana Row, Oakridge, and Great Mall over the course of one day, and during a trip to Los Angeles last year I visited numerous full-line and outlet malls. There are differences, and you need to pay attention to see them. My sister-in-law regularly shops at both Lane Bryant and the Lane Bryant "outlet" in Tracy, and the difference in the quality of fabric (the "outlet's" merchandise barely stood five washings) is noticeable That's all I ask, that you pay attention.
Speedie B August 07, 2012 at 05:24 PM
Ditto what Quoth the Raven said plus Cole Haan, Sur la Table, Salvatore Ferragamo, and a Motherhood Maternity for moms-to-be. Has the restaurant listing been finalized too? Would love to have Ruby's Diner, El Pollo Loco or Rubio's Fresh Mex, and a Pei Wei Asian eateries.
Justme August 07, 2012 at 11:27 PM
Daniel Graham...you are what is irritating. You have some negative comment on every article. Take your know it all BS and get a life. There is a world beyond Livermore and The Patch!
Mr. Pickles August 08, 2012 at 02:39 AM
@Justme; We sre all sorry that you created a mountain of debt that you'll never be able crawl from under. But that does'nt mean you should lash-out at others. We did'nt make those frivolous purchases.
Jolie Bourque August 17, 2012 at 05:49 AM
Stock up before the solar flare, woo hoo! PS can't we all just get along. Meet u at the food court. Ha.
Racqui Levy September 09, 2012 at 07:15 AM
What about Tory Burch store? Include this store on your list...
sam September 10, 2012 at 10:22 PM
abercrombie and fitch!!!!!
Ctaw September 27, 2012 at 05:25 PM
I have purchased coach purses from outlet stores and the regular coach store. Their is a difference in quality. I have purchased True religion from factory vs the regular retail store, and subtle differences. Just want consumers to know, if they are not currently aware.
Ctaw September 27, 2012 at 05:28 PM
I'd love a Tory Burch and Marc Jacobs, would be nice.
Mike S September 27, 2012 at 07:18 PM
Why are the parking spaces at a 90 degree angle instead of a 45 degree angle? The entrances to the parking rows is very narrow. I guess they didn't learn much from building Hacienda Crossings.
Cherry September 27, 2012 at 07:25 PM
OH! THAT LOT IS A NIGHTMARE! This reminds me, the spaces in the parking garage are an odd angle as well. I always have to re-park. I am an excellent driver so I know it is not me lol! Could be my giant SUV, I don't know.
linda b October 16, 2012 at 03:08 PM
Where is Lane bryant, Marco ekco, men Coach, gucci, a nice resturant, Claire's, a makeup store etc.... I hope these stores will be apart of the new development.

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