Sunrise Mall is an enclosed shopping mall located in the southern portion of the city of Citrus Heights, California and it provides Citrus Heights with a hearty economy based on sales. Opened in 1972, it is located on the southeast corner of Greenback Lane and Sunrise Boulevard. It is also the centerpiece of the Sunrise Marketplace shopping district, which is centered on the same intersection and expands outward.
An indoor view looking in the direction of the food court
The mall features 122 stores and is anchored by Sears, J.C. Penney and a split-format Macy's occupying two buildings (one was formerly Liberty House, the other previously Weinstock's). An Albertsons used to be located in a strip separate from the main mall but is part of the property. The store was included in a round of closures shortly after Cerberus Capital Management's acquisition in the summer of 2006. Other businesses surrounding the mall that are part of the property include Red Robin, Elephant Bar Restaurant and U.S. Bank.
Every summer, the Sunrise Mall was home to the Sacramento Capitals tennis team, which often had guest players such as Andre Agassi and Anna Kournikova. It lost this asset in 2007 as the Capitals moved to nearby Westfield Galleria at Roseville.
View of the mall's Sunrise Boulevard theater sign.
JCPenney (225,861 sq. ft.)
Macy's Men's, Home & Kids (160,000 sq. ft., formerly Weinstock's)
Macy's Women's (172,180 sq. ft., formerly Liberty House)
Sears (276,421 sq. ft.)