East Valley car-free community getting restaurant, grocery, cafe

The on-site restaurant at Culdesac will be Cocina Chiwas, an expanded menu of Tacos Chiwas. (Photo via Culdesac)

By Brandon Brown | Phoenix Business Journal

Culdesac, a 17-acre car-free community being built in Tempe, has signed three new retail tenants to operate a grocery store, restaurant and coffee shop in the unique development.

The $170 million project with 761 residential units will not provide any parking spaces for its residents. Because of its “post-car” design and ethos, it is expected to attract a unique type of person and the food and beverage providers on the property have to share similar world views, said Lavanya Sunder, the general manager of Culdesac Tempe.

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