Downtown Tracy CBD - Open House 2015
New Businesses Open Downtown
A number of new businesses have recently opened and expanded downtown with more on the way for 2015!
The Commons Gastropub (49 W. 10th Street), Delta Brews Craft Beer Tap House (47 W. 10th Street), E-Mo's Korean Fusion BBQ (31 W. 10th Street), Thai Jasmine Restaurant (29 W. 10th Street) , MJ's Bar & Lounge (809 Central Ave.), and SweetArts Bakery (1020 B Street) are all open. I Live for Dessert (807 N. Central Avenue), and a new Italian Gelateria are being worked on with openings anticipated later in the year.
Main Street Music has relocated to 45 W. 10th Street after an extensive remodel and the addition of private lesson rooms to its new larger space. The Owl Box and a Yoga Studio have signed lease agreements to relocate into the former Tracy Press Building location in Downtown Tracy. New retail offerings downtown include Mia Bella's Boutique (110 W. 10th Street), Origins Books (33 W. 10th Street) and Blast from the Past (76 W. 10th Street) memorabilia/collectibles.
Oak Valley Community Bank recently opened its 15th branch at 1034 N. Central Avenue, and Valley First Credit Union purchased/relocated into a former bank building at 1003 N. Central Avenue. The Law Offices of Sydney Alegre (1015 Central Ave.) are a new addition to our District as well. First Class Service Travel now occupies a formerly vacant space at 618 N. Central Avenue, The Look Hair Salon expanded into a larger location at 840 N. Central Avenue, and the CMV Service relocated midblock at 51 W. 10th Street.
Grand Theatre Center for the Arts - Events
The Grand Theatre is a gem in Downtown Tracy. It is truly an amazing facility due its thoughtful development as a professional arts organization and educative center within City government, as well as an important public resource as an economic redevelopment project. Hundreds of community leaders, arts patrons, educators and parents contributed to the planning process that ultimately designed the amenities and programming of the Center.
This municipal interdisciplinary arts center is the only one of its kind in the state of California offering professional and community-based fine arts programming through arts education, exhibitions, and performances of all kinds, and is one of only a handful of similar facilities in America.
The 37,000+ square foot facility opened in September of 2007 and is celebrating its 8th Anniversary during the 2014-15 Season. The Center is owned and operated by the City of Tracy and managed by the Cultural Arts Division in the City Manager's Office.
Information on Events, Exhibitions, Shows, and Programming
Winter/Spring 2015 Arts Education Catalog
Downtown Tracy Welcomes You
When planning a visit to Tracy, you’ll want to come early and stay late!
Once you arrive…relax and enjoy our warm temperatures and even warmer hospitality in our beautiful historic downtown.
Tracy is known for its many hometown events including the annual Farmers’ Market on Saturdays (May-October/10th Street), Block Parties in the newly renovated Downtown 6th Street Plaza, Girls' Nights Out, and the Fourth of July Day-In-the-Park which is a taste of true small town Americana with hot air balloons, arts and crafts, and a spectacular fireworks display. Later in July, the Tracy City Center Association and the City of Tracy co-sponsor the “Then & Now” Car Show, a fun filled day for the entire family.
The annual Tracy Chamber of Commerce California Dry Bean Festival held in early September along with the Tracy City Center Association’s signature Fall Wine Stroll help to bring in the Fall season. And you won’t want to miss the Holidays in Downtown Tracy to kick off a fun filled holiday season. Do not forget to visit the Grand Theatre Center for the Arts website for entertainment and programming information throughout the year.
These events and more feature food, fun, great shopping and live entertainment for the entire family in a warm and welcoming setting …. For more information, click on the “Event” tab at the top of our home page!