The Downtown Organization of Santa Barbara says the company that owns the property at 700 State Street, formerly Panera Bread, Left At Albuquerque, and Ma Dolce Vita, confirmed it will turn part of the 5700-square foot building on 700 State Street into a 7-Eleven store and will look for other tenants to share the space. In Goleta a 7-Eleven has opened at 5342 Hollister Avenue, the former home of Mama’s Bakery.

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12 Responses to 7-ELEVEN UPDATE

  1. VT says:

    That is horrible! Can this be stopped by our local leaders?

  2. Matt says:

    7-11; Stay Classy Santa Barbara

  3. Rex Of SB says:

    Well there goes the neighborhood.

  4. Chad Page says:

    It could be a bit worse… it could be another minor-league bank.

  5. Bob Ruccione says:

    We need locals back on state st. The entrepreneurial spirit & energy & vitality they bring….that is what brings vibrancy back to the downtown area .

  6. dmo says:

    This is absolutely disgusting!
    Apologies to our forefathers and mothers who worked so hard to build and maintain this lovely coastal jewel – Pearl Chase, Lockwood de Forest, George Washington Smith…
    We are on a rapid decline – and so are our property values.
    No class, no vision, no respect.
    Shame on our City planners. They belong in Reno.

  7. William Munny says:

    Once a 7-11 goes in somewhere, it never leaves….so get used to it being in that spot. I have no intention of giving them my business and have no intention of going to whatever eventually goes into the rest of that space. Have no other real way of protesting against the owners of the building than simply choosing not to give my business to their tenants.

  8. Admin says:

    See this is what happens when you charge outrageous rates for lousy locations

  9. Ceci Schiedow says:

    This is a joke.

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