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1641 Tice Valley Blvd, Walnut Creek, CA 94595 DRE#01279936

Month: February 2017

February 3, 2017

Creekside & Dollar Ranch Golf Courses

Rossmoor has two golf courses — Creekside and Dollar Ranch — providing 27 holes of NCGA-rated golf. The courses meander throughout the community and are one of Rossmoor’s most attractive amenities.

Rossmoor’s golf services also include practice facilities:

  • a 10-station driving range
  • three practice greens
  • a pitch and sand shot area

Resident and guest green fees are moderate. Guests must

be accompanied by a resident for morning tee times. Residents can make a tee time for their guests to play unaccompanied in the afternoons. Weekend and weekday tee times can be made seven days in advance. Tee times must be reserved by a Rossmoor Resident.

Call the Pro Shop at (925) 988-7861 for information or to reserve a tee time.

Pro Shop

The full-service Pro Shop includes golf cart and club rental services, a full-service restaurant and bar, and nearby meeting rooms. Picnic areas are also available

by reservation to provide a convenient setting for after-game analysis and entertainment to make every golf event welcoming and enjoyable.

Pro Shop Hours:
Standard time: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Daylight-saving time: 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Golf Shop is closed on Monday except authorized holidays.

Phone number: (925) 988-7861

By Admin
February 3, 2017

Creekside Bar & Grill

Enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner right in the heart of Rossmoor.

Located in Creekside Clubhouse at 1010 Stanley Dollar Drive, Creekside Grill & Bar offers a wide selection of menu choices and a special “early bird” dinner menu.

The spacious dining room and large windows provide an open, welcoming atmosphere where you can enjoy a light snack or a four-course dinner. Beautiful views of the golf course, tempting menu choices, a full bar and our friendly staff will keep you coming back. Be sure to check out the happy hour specials, beer on tap, wine by the glass and live music too!

For more information, menus and specials, please visit the Creekside Grill & Bar website.

For reservations, call (925) 949-8658.

For information on catering, call (925) 954-1063

Creekside Grill & Bar Hours:

Tuesday through Thursday
Breakfast: Closed
Lunch: 10:30 am – 3:00 pm
Happy Hour: 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Dinner: 4:30 pm – 8:30 p.m.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Breakfast: 7:30 am – 10:30 am
Lunch: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Happy Hour: 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Dinner: 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Closed on Monday

By Admin
February 3, 2017

Rossmoor Shopping Center Makeover

Rossmoor Shopping Center is about to get a much-needed makeover. The center was built some 50 years ago, so is more than ready for a facelift.

“We’re very excited about breaking ground on the project in the very near future,” said shopping center owner Terrence Tallen of Tallen Capital Partners, LLC, which purchased the property in 2012. “We plan to start site work in the next 30 days and then begin the construction phase.”

Tallen explained that site work includes such preliminaries as landscaping and grading. During construction, some buildings will be demolished and two new foundation pads installed for construction of new buildings.

The renovation, which was given a unanimous green light by Walnut Creek City Council last April, includes a new main plaza that will be the heart of the center. The plaza will be surrounded with new food tenants, bocce ball court, shady trees and seating. Improved footpaths and crosswalks will be installed for easy access and improved pedestrian safety.

The work will be done in several phases. When it’s finished, in an estimated 10 to 12 months, the reconfigured shopping center will include an additional 30,000 square feet of new buildings – and hundreds of new trees.

New look for Safeway: Safeway is going to be remodeled first, both inside and out; CVS will be housed in a new, larger building with a drive-through pharmacy; Starbucks will open in a 2,000-square-foot space on the Tice Valley Boulevard side of the center, complete with a drive-up window; and new restaurants are planned, including outdoor dining.

“We are currently in negotiations with several regional and national restaurant chains, as well as some chef-inspired restaurants,” said Tallen, adding that none are yet confirmed. “Our long-term tenant mix will have more restaurants, as well as retail, service and medical businesses.”

There will be plenty of parking with four spaces for every 1,000 square feet of retail – which Tallen says is standard. There will be more handicap parking and less compact car spaces.

Tallen said his company is in negotiation for a new lease with Rossmoor Diner, which will likely stay but in a different location. Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate has already signed a new long-term lease and has moved into its new spot next to Chase Bank across Rossmoor Parkway. Wells Fargo, U.S. Bank and Chevron have extended their leases and the Post Office will also remain a tenant. The good news is that all current tenants will be able to stay open during construction, minimizing inconvenience to tenants and shoppers alike.

“That’s the beauty of doing the renovation in phases – everyone will stay open,” said Tallen. “It takes a longer period of time to complete the project, but minimizes disruption to the existing tenants.”

Entertainment for all When the renovation is complete, including shady outdoor seating and dining areas for people to relax and enjoy, Tallen said there are plans to bring a variety of entertainment to the center.

“We’re planning on having music, bocce ball court, fire pits and a large outdoor screen for showing such things as major sporting events,” said Tallen. “We plan on Saturday morning ‘Cars and Coffee’ events, bringing in a Farmers’ Market and staging events for children, such as a Halloween costume party, so that we can fully integrate the whole community. There will also be events around health and fitness that will appeal to seniors.”

Walnut Creek Mayor Rich Carlston looks forward to the renovation’s completion.

“The redesigned Rossmoor Shopping Center will refresh an existing, auto-oriented strip mall by introducing several new amenities and civic spaces typically found in more modern town center developments,” said Carlston. “Creating civic spaces for socializing, like outdoor patios, eating areas, a new bocce court, as well as new ways for pedestrians and bicycles to access the center, creates a more vibrant center for city residents to enjoy, especially those nearby in Rossmoor, the Tice Oaks neighborhood, and the future residents of the new Trellis development across the street. We appreciate Mr. Tallen’s commitment to our city and his substantial investment in this property.”

A new website and social media avenues will be launched to keep the community up-to-date on progress as renovation proceeds. Currently, plans can be seen on project architect SGPA Architecture and Planning’s website by googling “Rossmoor Shopping Center plans.”

“We’re working to make this shopping center a modern amenity that will be a go-to place for Rossmoor residents as well as citizens and visitors to Walnut Creek,” said Tallen. “It will be like a brand new shopping center.”

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