July 5, 2011
Former David Berkley closes in Pavilions

By Allen Pierleoni

The Market at Pavilions, formerly David Berkley, is out of business.

A sign on the glass front door tells the story: "The Market at Pavilions is no longer open for business effective July 1. Thank you for your loyal patronage."

The specialty-foods store had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection from its creditors in late April.

The store's most visible co-owner Greg Rhategan could not be reached for comment this morning.

Donahue Schriber is the Costa Mesa-based retail-property company that owns Pavilions, Town & Country Village and Natomas Marketplace, all in Sacramento, as well as 75 other shopping destinations in four Western states.

"The closure of the Market (was linked to) an internal business issue that Greg Rhategan continues to deal with," said Audrey Yokota, director of marketing for Donahue Schriber. "We want to find a replacement (for the Market) soon. Our leasing agents are currently working very hard on that, talking with a number of players and prospects."

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