Frontier Village Shopping Center
The Frontier Village Shopping Center is the largest retail shopping center in the market consisting of approximately 680,000 square feet of space.
The Center is home to the area’s most powerful mix of national name brand retail and dining establishments. Frontier Village is currently anchored by an array of national retailers including Home Depot, Target, Ross, Office Max, Harbor Freight Tools, and Petco. The Frontier Village dining establishments are unparalelled in the market and feature such notables as Subway, Fujiyama, Applebee’s, Red Lobster, Starbucks, Burger King, Peter Piper Pizza, Zeke’s, and Golden Corral.
Highway 69 Development
The Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe (“YPIT”) is among central Arizona’s most active developers. In March, 2013 YPIT completed its connector road project that provides travelers a direct connection between North State Highway 89 and East State Highway 69. This 1.25 mile parkway creates additional retail and mixed use development opportunities for YPIT.
In addition to YPIT’s parkway connector road project, the 2012 East State Highway 69 expansion project added one new lane to the east and west bound traffic corridor where YPIT’s retail real estate properties are located.
YPIT, in cooperation with the Arizona Department of Transporation (ADOT), is expanding the East State Highway traffic corridor in order to accommodate the anticipated increase in traffic above the current ±40,000 cars per day. This retail corridor is the most travelled section of highway in Prescott and Prescott Valley, Arizona, giving retail, office, mixed use and industrial user the greatest possible consumer exposure within the market.
To explore Frontier Village and other leasing opportunities please contact YPIT’s Real Estate Leasing and Property Management office located in suite 114 in Frontier Village. Please call us at (928) 777-0532 to explore all of the leasing possiblities or, if you prefer, you may email us about immediate availability, rates and common area maintenance costs.