A Sleep Train mattress center and a Starbucks are coming to the Reynolds Ranch shopping center off Harney Lane in south Lodi, according to city sources.
An Arco gas station and AM/PM Mini-Mart is under construction nearby at the northeast corner of Harney Lane and Stockton Street.
The Sleep Train and Starbucks will join Costco and Home Depot in the shopping center, adjacent to a large Blue Shield operation.
Sleep Train may open by September, spokeswoman Jennifer Ritchie said in a voicemail message. She was unavailable for follow-up questions on Wednesday.
According to its website, Sleep Train is the top mattress retailer on the West Coast and No. 4 nationwide. The company, with headquarters in Rocklin, was founded in 1985 and has more than 100 stores in California. The nearest Sleep Train stores to Lodi are in Stockton and Elk Grove. Sleep Train became an employee-owned company in 2010.
The Starbucks at Reynolds Ranch will be Lodi's fourth. In addition to the Starbucks on Ham Lane, there are also smaller Starbucks counters inside Target and Safeway at Kettleman Lane and Lower Sacramento roads.
Reynolds Ranch started in 2005. Dale Gillespie joined general partners Bart Robertson, Dave Fisher and Donnie Garibaldi to build the Reynolds Ranch development. The Don and Rocky Reynolds families, and the Eddie LeBaron family became landowner partners.
Gillespie didn't return calls to the News-Sentinel during the past week.
Blue Shield opened in 2008 and hired 500 employees.
Costco opened in June 2011 and hired 180 employees. Then Home Depot opened in April 2012 with 125 employees.