New Shopping Center Coming to Life On Tucson’s South Side

New Shopping Center Coming to Life On Tucson's South Side

Via tucson.com

Construction continues at West Irvington Road and Interstate 19. Bourn Cos. pulled three permits for retail shells, and Irvington is being widened to accommodate future traffic.

The shopping center will sit on 58 acres. About 220,000 square feet of shopping space is scheduled to be online this year. Chipotle is building a $300,000 restaurant on the site. July 12, 2017.

By 2020, the shopping center could have 600,000 square feet of retail space. Developers hope to bring a hotel to the site.

Construction continues at West Irvington Road and Interstate 19. Bourn Cos. pulled three permits for retail shells, and Irvington is being widened to accommodate future traffic.

The shopping center will sit on 58 acres. About 220,000 square feet of shopping space is scheduled to be online this year. Chipotle is building a $300,000 restaurant on the site. July 12, 2017.

By 2020, the shopping center could have 600,000 square feet of retail space. Developers hope to bring a hotel to the site.

Walls are going up at the site of a new shopping center on the city’s southwest side.

Bourn Cos. development, Fashion Park Shopping Center, on Irvington Road and Interstate 19, got three building permits for retail shells with a value of $2.3 million.

Southern Arizona Urgent Care will lease space in the new center and Chipotle is building a $300,000 shop there. Developers also hope to bring a hotel to the site in the future.

The shopping center sits on 58 acres and is being developed in phases. About 220,000 square feet of shopping space is scheduled to be online this year.

At full buildout — by 2020 — the center could have up to 600,000 square feet of retail space, developers say.

Anchor tenants will be on the west side of the center, facing I-19. Restaurants and retailers will be on the east and south sides, facing the interstate and Irvington Road.

Bourn is widening Irvington Road and adding two westbound lanes from I-19: one right-turn-only lane into the shopping center and one pass-through lane.

The Arizona Department of Transportation is also adding a third right-turn lane off of I-19 onto westbound Irvington Road.

Other construction activity around town:

Information on building permits courtesy of Ginger Kneup, ginger@orangereports.com, owner of Bright Future Real Estate Research. Contact reporter Gabriela Rico at grico@tucson.com

Construction projects are popping up all over town. Maybe you drive past such sites on your daily commute and wonder: “What’s that building going up over there?” Send an address to grico@tucson.com and we’ll check it out.

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