Developer set to punch its ticket at Maricopa Station

By Lee Shappell | InMaricopa

After the meeting, City Manager Rick Horst confirmed the city has selected to exclusively negotiate with Thompson Thrift, developer of the Sonoran Creek Marketplace anchored by Sprouts Farmers Market, for Maricopa Station. Thompson Thrift was among two developers that responded to a public bid to purchase land for the purpose of commercial development, according to Horst.

“We look forward to them making their presentation of what they hope to bring to the site,” Horst said.

If the city and Thompson Thrift do not come to terms, the city could then move on to the other respondent or re-open the bid process.


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