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The '''Barracks Road Shopping Center''' opened in 1957 in what was then [[Albemarle County]]. In 1963, the city annexed the land and began receiving the commercial tax dollars generated on the site<ref>{{cite-progress|author=Editorial by [[Virginia Daugherty]], Elizabeth B. Gleason, and [[Nancy O'Brien]]|title=Revenue Sharing—how It came to this |publishdate= 21 Mar. 2010|accessdate=12 Apr. 2010|url=http://www2.dailyprogress.com/cdp/news/opinion/columnists/article/revenue_sharing_--_how_it_came_to_this/53901}}</ref>.
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The Barracks Road Shopping Center opened in 1957 in what was then [[Albemarle County]]. In 1963, the city annexed the land and began receiving the commercial tax dollars generated on the site<ref>Daugherty, Virginia, Elizabeth B. Gleason, and Nancy O'Brien. "Revenue Sharing—how It Came to This | Charlottesville Daily Progress." Charlottesville Daily Progress. 21 Mar. 2010. Web. 12 Apr. 2010. <http://www2.dailyprogress.com/cdp/news/opinion/columnists/article/revenue_sharing_--_how_it_came_to_this/53901/#When:04:01:13Z>.</ref>.
 
  
 
One of the original draws of the center were "acres of free parking" compared to metered parking downtown. <ref name="podcast">{{cite web|title=Charlottesville-Right Now: Ken Staples|url=http://www.cvillepodcast.com/2009/05/11/charlottesville-right-now-ken-staples/|author=Coy Barefoot|work=|publisher=|location=|publishdate=Charlottesville Podcasting Network|accessdate=September 9, 2011}}</ref>
 
One of the original draws of the center were "acres of free parking" compared to metered parking downtown. <ref name="podcast">{{cite web|title=Charlottesville-Right Now: Ken Staples|url=http://www.cvillepodcast.com/2009/05/11/charlottesville-right-now-ken-staples/|author=Coy Barefoot|work=|publisher=|location=|publishdate=Charlottesville Podcasting Network|accessdate=September 9, 2011}}</ref>
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==Stores==
 
==Stores==
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| RETAIL
 
 
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| Londons Bathecary||I001||1,253
 
| Londons Bathecary||I001||1,253
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| Yankee Candle||I009||926
 
| Yankee Candle||I009||926
 
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| Lloyd\'s Hallmark Shop||I011||5,485
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| Lloyd's Hallmark Shop||I011||5,485
 
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| Available||I014||998
 
| Available||I014||998
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| Staples Barber Shop||I015||792
 
| Staples Barber Shop||I015||792
 
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| Greenberry\'s Coffee & Tea Co.||I016||1,440
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| Greenberry's Coffee & Tea Co.||I016||1,440
 
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| Banana Republic||I017||8,108
 
| Banana Republic||I017||8,108
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| Wells Fargo Bank||M001||2,543
 
| Wells Fargo Bank||M001||2,543
 
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| McDonald\'s||M002||4,311
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| McDonald's||M002||4,311
 
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| University Florist||M004||1,875
 
| University Florist||M004||1,875
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| Panera Bread||M022||5,590
 
| Panera Bread||M022||5,590
 
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| Chico\'s||M023||4,340
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| Chico's||M023||4,340
 
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| Jos. A. Bank Clothiers||M025||5,060
 
| Jos. A. Bank Clothiers||M025||5,060
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| Albemarle Angler||M026||2,082
 
| Albemarle Angler||M026||2,082
 
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| Francesca\'s Collections||M026A||1,775
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| Francesca's Collections||M026A||1,775
 
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| Blue Ridge Mountain Sports||M024, M026B||10,600
 
| Blue Ridge Mountain Sports||M024, M026B||10,600
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| Hotcakes||M027A||3,562
 
| Hotcakes||M027A||3,562
 
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| Rebecca\'s Natural Foods||M028||3,400
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| Rebecca's Natural Foods||M028||3,400
 
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| Cielo Aveda Salon||M029||1,667
 
| Cielo Aveda Salon||M029||1,667
 
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| Peace Frogs||M030||1,667
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| [[Peace Frogs]]||M030||1,667
 
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| Kroger Store||M032||48,896
 
| Kroger Store||M032||48,896
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| Bank of America||M034||6,980
 
| Bank of America||M034||6,980
 
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| Ben & Jerry\'s||M035||1,625
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| Ben & Jerry's||M035||1,625
 
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| Ruby Tuesday||M036||5,434
 
| Ruby Tuesday||M036||5,434
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| Chipotle||M041||2,575
 
| Chipotle||M041||2,575
 
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| Peter Chang\'s China Bistro||N001||4,233
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| Peter Chang's China Bistro||N001||4,233
 
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| Salon De Nails||N002||1,065
 
| Salon De Nails||N002||1,065
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| Available||N009||1,145
 
| Available||N009||1,145
 
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| Levy\'s of Charlottesville||N010||3,505
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| Levy's of Charlottesville||N010||3,505
 
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| Neroli||N011||1,741
 
| Neroli||N011||1,741
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| Pink Palm||N025||1,681
 
| Pink Palm||N025||1,681
 
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==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 19:30, 5 March 2012

The Barracks Road Shopping Center opened in 1957 in what was then Albemarle County. In 1963, the city annexed the land and began receiving the commercial tax dollars generated on the site[1].


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One of the original draws of the center were "acres of free parking" compared to metered parking downtown. [2]

The center was purchased by Federal Realty Investment Trust in 1985. [3]

Stores

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Unit # Square Feet
Londons Bathecary I001 1,253
Cavalier Pipe & Tobacco I003 1,356
Aromas Cafe and Catering I005 1,436
Hair Cuttery I006 1,425
Vanessa Shop I007 1,073
Origins I008 988
Yankee Candle I009 926
Lloyd's Hallmark Shop I011 5,485
Available I014 998
Staples Barber Shop I015 792
Greenberry's Coffee & Tea Co. I016 1,440
Banana Republic I017 8,108
Virginia Shop I018 1,080
Rack Room Shoes I019 7,965
Wells Fargo Bank M001 2,543
McDonald's M002 4,311
University Florist M004 1,875
BW-3 Grill and Pub M005 5,630
Old Navy M007 25,000
FedEx Office M007A 6,808
Smoothie King M007B 1,480
Harris Teeter M008 50,000
Bed, Bath & Beyond M008A 36,450
ULTA M009A 13,620
U.S. Post Office M010 3,030
Richey & Co. M010A 2,492
Finks Jewelers M010B 1,695
Talbots M011 10,807
Oil & Vinegar M013A 1,350
Michaels M014 30,800
Barnes & Noble Bookstore M014A 20,433
Beecroft & Bull, Ltd. M015 3,723
Lynne Goldman Designs M016 2,199
Lindt Chocolates M016A 1,044
White House Black Market M017 3,170
Slice M018 2,477
bevello M019A 3,708
Happy Cook M019A, M019B 2,816
Plow and Hearth M019C 5,050
Ann Taylor Loft M019E 5,070
Tara Thai M019H 3,140
Five Guys Burgers and Fries M020 2,021
Available M021 2,658
Panera Bread M022 5,590
Chico's M023 4,340
Jos. A. Bank Clothiers M025 5,060
Albemarle Angler M026 2,082
Francesca's Collections M026A 1,775
Blue Ridge Mountain Sports M024, M026B 10,600
CVS - Store M027 16,099
Hotcakes M027A 3,562
Rebecca's Natural Foods M028 3,400
Cielo Aveda Salon M029 1,667
Peace Frogs M030 1,667
Kroger Store M032 48,896
Virginia ABC Store M033 3,010
Bank of America M034 6,980
Ben & Jerry's M035 1,625
Ruby Tuesday M036 5,434
GameStop M036A 1,770
Visionworks M036B 4,135
Barracks Road Shell M037 1,903
Burger King M039 3,444
Brixx Pizza M040 3,432
Chipotle M041 2,575
Peter Chang's China Bistro N001 4,233
Salon De Nails N002 1,065
Chimney Corner N003 3,900
Picture Parts N005, N022 1,712
Sweetfrog Yogurt N006 1,800
Skyline Cleaners N007 2,412
Irresistibles N008 2,385
Available N009 1,145
Levy's of Charlottesville N010 3,505
Neroli N011 1,741
Buchanan & Kiguel N012 580
J. McLaughlin N013A 635
Scarpa N013B 1,629
Anthropologie N014, N015 10,120
SunTrust Bank N016 2,000
Penelope N017 1,507
Available N018 3,017
Shenanigans N020 3,100
Whimsies N022 2,418
Creme de la Creme N024 1,343
Pink Palm N025 1,681

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References

  1. Web. Revenue Sharing—how It came to this, Editorial by Virginia Daugherty, Elizabeth B. Gleason, and Nancy O'Brien, Daily Progress, World Media Enterprises, 21 Mar. 2010, retrieved 12 Apr. 2010.
  2. Web. Charlottesville-Right Now: Ken Staples, Coy Barefoot, Charlottesville Podcasting Network, retrieved September 9, 2011.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Web. Barracks Road Shopping Center, Federal Realty Investment Trust, retrieved January 17, 2012.

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