Planned Maricopa retail center with grocery gets preview

Sonoran Creek Elevation drawing by SPS Architects

By Raquel Hendrickson | In Maricopa

The long-awaited development of the Sonoran Creek area is becoming a reality.

Plans for a retail center went before the Heritage District Citizen Advisory Committee Thursday, and a preview will be presented to the Planning & Zoning Committee on Monday. The property on almost eight acres is planned for more than 61,000 square feet of commercial space, according to Andrew Call, director of development management for Thompson Thrift.

The property is on the southwest corner of John Wayne Parkway and Edison Road. Businesses already operating in the vicinity include Culver’s and Dutch Bros.

The paperwork presented included 30,000 square feet for an unnamed specialty grocery.

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