Mixed-use travel center planned in Bullhead City

Photo Courtesy of City of Bullhead City

By Roland Murphy | AZBEX

The Bullhead City Planning and Zoning Commission has voted 6-0 in favor of a zoning map change that would allow for the development of an approximately 18.7-acre parcel into a travel-centric mixed-use project with hotels, condos, self-storage, fuel services and restaurant outlets.

The site is currently zoned Public Lands and had been held under Arizona State Land ownership until 2022 when it was purchased by real estate acquisition and development preparation firm Legacy Commercial Real Estate LLC. The zoning change is required for the land to be developed, and developer Anthem Oil (Anthem Estates LLC) has requested rezoning to Mixed-Use with General Commercial and Multifamily uses.

The property is split by Highway 95, with 8.5 acres on the east side and 10.2 acres on the west. According to the project description, the development will create three site areas. On the west side of Hwy. 95 will be two hotels, a condominium tower and two restaurant pads. Maximum building heights for this portion will be 60 feet/five stories. The second and third sites to the east will have maximum heights of 35 feet and will consist of a large gas station and convenience store, a two-story storage building, a restaurant pad and a retail pad. All three restaurant pads are planned as fast food locations with drive-thru and onsite dining options.


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