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Yoga studio and casual dining establishments join growing directory at River View in San Jose

CorePower Yoga, Inchin’s Bamboo Garden, Pokéworks and Salad Farm are newest tenants 

SAN JOSE, Calif. (April 13, 2016) — River View Apartment Homes in San Jose is set to welcome four new tenants to its 24,642 square feet of specialty shopping. Amongst them are a boutique yoga and fitness studio and three casual dining establishments.

“We’re excited to give residents of River View and the San Jose community a new convenient destination for dining and staying active,” said Dave Moore, president of Irvine Company Retail Properties. “River View provides the perfect blend of relaxation, social opportunities and active lifestyle. Everything you need is right outside your door step.”

  • CorePower Yoga roots an intensely physical workout in the mindfulness of yoga, helping students to change their bodies as well as their lives. Each CorePower Yoga class is designed to work every muscle and every emotion, creating a unique all-inclusive fitness experience. Offerings range from restorative classes to physically demanding, muscle-sculpting classes. Designed with green building practices in mind, using recycled products and sustainable materials, the River View Apartment studio will mirror other current studios by employing the latest technology to efficiently heat the practice rooms. The studio is expected to open in Spring 2016.
  • Inchin’s Bamboo Garden specializes in Pan Asian Cuisine with an emphasis on freshly prepared meals. The River View location will be its first in San Jose. Inchin’s menu is inspired by “feel good” street food with the influence of flavors from the finest restaurants found within the big cities of China, India and many east Asian countries, creating perfect blend of sweet, spicy and savory food. The restaurant is expected to open in Spring 2016.
  • Pokéworks serves Hawaiian poke made using only the highest-quality, sustainably sourced fish from local waters and beyond in a fast casual setting. Signature dishes include the Hawaiian Classic with ahi tuna, green and sweet onion, ogo seaweed, cucumber, Hawaiian salt, chili flakes and roasted sesame oil and the Wasabi Shrimp & Scallops featuring sous vide shrimp and scallops with green and sweet onion, cucumber masago and wasabi aioli. Pokeworks also offers a build-your-own style menu that allows diners to customize their protein, toppings, vegetable and fruit add-ons, and flavors. The River View location will be its first in San Jose and is expected to open in June 2016. Visit http://www.pokeworks.com.
  • Salad Farm offers more than 50 varieties of salads, soups, panini sandwiches, quesadillas and baked potatoes. At Salad Farm, only the freshest ingredients are used. No preservatives, no artificial flavors and no M.S.G. All menu items are made upon order, never processed, and the salads are prepared right in front of you. Scheduled to open in August, the River View location is Salad Farm’s first in Northern California.

CorePower Yoga will be located at 55 River Oaks Place, Suite 10.

Inchin’s Bamboo Garden will be located at 55 River Oaks Place, Suite 70.

Pokéworks will be located at 55 River Oaks Place, Suite 30.

Salad Farm will be located at 55 River Oaks Place, Suite 50.

 

About Irvine Company Retail Properties
Irvine Company Retail Properties’ portfolio features a distinguished collection of
42 shopping centers, including three celebrated regional centers, Fashion Island, Irvine Spectrum Center and The Market Place, and a diverse mix of neighborhood and community centers. Irvine Company Retail Properties has recently welcomed several exclusive retailers to its unique collection of stores and restaurants, including Hopdoddy Burger Bar, Sushi Roku, TAPS Fish House & Brewery, Mendocino Farms, Nespresso, Nike Women’s, Urban Decay, Del Frisco’s Grille and more. For more information, please visit ShopIrvineCompany.com.