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New sandwich shop coming to long-vacant spot in front of Costco

By Mike Hazlip—
A new tenant is planning to occupy a long-vacant corner suite at Stock Ranch Plaza by opening a sandwich franchise.

West Coast Sourdough signed a lease for the 2,400-square-foot suite 150 at the center anchored by Costco and Walmart, according to a report by The Sacramento Business Journal. The building is also home to Sport Clips, Crumbl Cookies, and AT&T.

The company has grown at a rapid pace since being founded in 2020. The Stock Ranch Plaza location will be the first in Citrus Heights for the deli chain, which lists over 40 locations that are open or planning to open in California, including Roseville, Elk Grove, Folsom, and Rancho Cordova.

West Coast Sourdough President Karndeep Uppal told the Sacramento Business Journal that the Citrus Heights location will be “about twice the size of a typical store,” and will offer Peet’s Coffee, a first for the franchise, according to The Journal.

The menu offerings include sandwiches, soups, and salads along with kids meal options, the company’s website shows.

The franchise fee is $25,000 for each location, and owners pay a five percent royalty, according to the company.

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