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Latest tenant confirmed for Citrus Heights center under renovation

The shopping center on the northwest corner of Sunrise Boulevard and Madison Avenue is currently under major renovation.

By Mike Hazlip—
A new eatery concept known as a “micro food hall” is slated to open in a shopping center currently under renovation in Citrus Heights.

San Francisco-based Local Kitchens is listed as a tenant in the Sunrise Village center, according to recent marketing information posted by commercial property firm Merlone Geier Partners. The 2,030-square-foot suite is in a separate building shared with Little Caesar’s.

Local Kitchens offers dishes from multiple local restaurants all on one tab that customers can pick up in person, or have delivered. The San Francisco-based business lists eight locations throughout Northern California and the Bay Area, with a ninth location in Mill Valley listed as “coming soon.” A Citrus Heights location would be the tenth for the business.

The food is prepared at Local Kitchens using recipes from nearby eateries, according to a report by KCRA 3 on the opening of a Roseville business location.

The company has been expanding in the greater Sacramento region, opening in Roseville earlier this year. That location offers 124 dishes from nine restaurants, according to Local Kitchens’ website.

Some locations offer dine-in seating, while others are take-out only.

The shopping center at the northwest corner of Sunrise Boulevard and Madison Avenue has seen ongoing development beginning last year with JoAnn’s moving into a new space at the center last March. The middle section of the center that was formerly home to JoAnn Fabrics is now under construction with much of the parking lot fenced off and heavy equipment at the site.

A new unconfirmed grocery store will also join several new tenants in the renovated Sunrise Village shopping plaza. According to leasing information, a new City Sports gym will also be occupying a 36,000-square-foot space next to Rite Aid, although an opening date has not been announced.

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