La Cumbre Plaza
|Address||121 South Hope Avenue|
Santa Barbara, California 93105
|Developer||The Hahn Company|
|No. of stores and services||50+|
|No. of anchor tenants||2 (1 open, 1 vacant)|
|Total retail floor area||491,000 sq ft (45,600 m2)|
|No. of floors||1|
La Cumbre Plaza is an upscale, outdoor shopping center located in Santa Barbara, California. The first property built by The Hahn Company, La Cumbre Plaza opened in 1967 and was purchased by Macerich in 2004. The shopping center spans 491,000 square feet and is anchored by a Macy's.
Highlights of La Cumbre Plaza are the influence of Santa Barbara’s missionary settlers as well as an Arts & Crafts styling. The main breezeway with its water fountains, benches and flowering landscape suitably fit the area’s laid back casual lifestyle. La Cumbre Plaza is the exclusive Santa Barbara home to such popular retailers and restaurants as Macy's, Tiffany & Co., Lure Fish House, Panera Bread, Pottery Barn, Williams-Sonoma, J. Jill, Talbots, and Janie & Jack. 
La Cumbre Plaza opened in 1967 with anchors Sears and J.W. Robinson's. Robinson's changed nameplates several times in its history, settling on Macy's in 2005 due to the merger of Federated and May Department Stores
The mall was a solidly middle-class shopping center until the mid-2000s when new owner Macerich embarked on a remodel that added upscale retailers including Williams-Sonoma, Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, and Ruth's Chris Steak House. The luxury-oriented remodel was at the height of the Great Recession, causing several of these new tenants to close only a few years later. Others have thrived since the remodel, with Pottery Barn and other upscale brands still operating.
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- "Macerich Announces the Acquisition of Two California Regional Malls". PRNewswire. July 23, 2004.
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- "Robinsons-May to vanish under merger". San Diego Union Tribune. July 25, 2005.