By the early '70s, STANFORD CENTER featured a fifth anchor, a San Francisco-based Bullock's North. It had been built next to the outparcel Saks Fifth Avenue. A repositioning of the heretofore middle market mall got underway in the mid-'70s...going toward the upper echelons of upscale. A new section of stores was added to the south end of the complex and all structures were redressed with a trendy, "Tuscany Town" motif.