Approximately 40 acres of master planned development which includes cinema, retail shops, and restaurants. Strategically located in the city of Delano; along Highway 99 corridor; approximately 30 miles north of Bakersfield. Largest retail center within the city of Delano; with major anchor store Walmart and Home Depot diagonally adjacent to the site.


Delano is the second largest city in Kern County and one of the fastest-growing Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA) in the United States. It is 30 minutes north of Bakersfield, strategically located be- tween Sacramento, Fresno, Bakersfield, and Los Angeles, which makes the city a natural industrial hub and travel stop.

The Vineyard Shopping Center has excellent visibility and enjoys easy freeway access. It is anchored by Maya Cinemas and has a grow- ing number of tenants, including Jollibee, Juice It Up, Culichi Town, and Stanton Optical. The center attracts a large trade area and is di- agonal across from Delano Market Place. Neighboring stores include the Home Depot, Walmart, ALDI grocery store, Ross Dress for Less, Big 5 Sporting Goods, Five Below, Panda Express, Taco Bell, McDon- ald’s, In n Out, and numerous others. On the West side of the Vineyard Shopping Center is a planned 432 units luxury apartment community. The first phase of 144 units has been completed and remains over 95% occupancy. North of the Vineyard Shopping Center has recently de- veloped 100 lots of Single-Family Houses, and south of the Vineyard Shopping Center is planning for 267 lots of Single-Family Houses.

Traffic counts traveling both North and South on Highway 99 top over 126,000 cars per day. Delano Market Place and The Vineyard Shopping Center have become popular transit stops for travelers from Southern California to Northern California (including popular national parks such as Sequoia National Park and Yosemite National Park), also for travelers from Northern California to Los Angeles and San Diego.


The Vineyard is a commercial retail project located in Kern County, California. It consists of approximately 328,500 sq. ft. of prime commercial retail center on 42 acres of land. This commercial center will not only meet the retail demands of the city and north Kern County, but will also create 1,664 jobs and stimulate the local economy. The goal of The Vineyard is to construct and manage a large mixed-use commercial center that includes numerous retail buildings with entertainment, food service, retail and residential components. This project will be the largest commercial center in the region, and will recapture existing retail leakage, as well as create the much-needed employment opportunities in Kern County.



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Kern County

Kern County is located in the U.S. state of California. As of the 2010 census, the population was 839,631. Its county seat is Bakersfield.

Kern County comprises the Bakersfield, California, Metropolitan statistical area. The county spans the southern end of the Central Valley. Covering 8,161.42 square miles (21,138.0 km2), it ranges west to the southern slope of the Coast Ranges, and east beyond the southern slope of the eastern Sierra Nevada into the Mojave Desert, at the city of Ridgecrest. Its northernmost city is Delano, and its southern reach extends just beyond Lebec to Grapevine, and the northern extremity of the parallel Antelope Valley.

The county’s economy is heavily linked to agriculture and to petroleum extraction. There is also a strong aviation, space, and military presence, such as Edwards Air Force Base, the China Lake Naval Air Weapons Station, and the Mojave Air and Space Port.

The county is one of the fastest-growing areas in the United States in terms of pop- ulation.

Delano, California

City of Delano is the second largest city in Kern County and one of the fastest growing Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) in the United States. It is 30 miles north of Bakersfield, strategically located between San Francisco, Fresno, Bakersfield and Los Angeles makes it a natural industrial hub. Most importantly, the city cen- ter is intersected by Highway 99, a major north/south corridor for central California. This prime location gives the development site tremendous advantages with direct free- way access, visibility, and signage exposure from one of the state’s busiest highways.