Eastvale’s Newest Retail Development To Open This Fall

Eastvale Marketplace Will be Anchored by a Smart & Final Extra! Grocery Store

City of Eastvale

EASTVALE –Evergreen Devco, Inc. broke ground on its 73,000-square-foot retail development in Eastvale, California, in January. The retail development, Eastvale Marketplace, comprises 7.64 acres on the northeast corner of Limonite and Sumner Avenues, and is expected to open this fall.

“Eastvale is one of the fastest-growing cities in the State of California and is a very special community,” said Chris Bergren, Principal of Evergreen Development. “Eastvale is a young, affluent and family-oriented community with a great culture.”

Eastvale Marketplace will be anchored by Smart & Final’s new Smart & Final Extra! grocery store concept. At 30,560-square-feet in size, it will provide all of the basic grocery necessities and a whole lot more.

The Smart & Final Extra! store at Eastvale Marketplace will also speak to consumers seeking a healthier lifestyle. The store will offer larger sections of fresh and frozen foods, organic and natural products, and bulk food items. Shoppers will find larger sections of produce, along with oven-roasted chicken and other daily-needs items in convenient sizes.

In addition to the grocery store, Eastvale Marketplace will feature three additional retail pads and two shop buildings for additional tenants, which will include a mix of tenants, including a Les Schwab Tire Center and a Pacific Dental Services office.

“We’ve received a lot of interest in Eastvale Marketplace from restaurants and service-oriented retailers,” said Bergren. “To date, we have tenant commitments for 92 percent of the development. We will make more announcements soon, as we know that residents and visitors are looking forward to hearing what restaurants and retailers will open at Eastvale Marketplace.”

Santa Ana-based Moorefield Construction is the contractor for Eastvale Marketplace, which was designed by Pasadena-based McKently Malak Architects.

“Evergreen kept our community in mind when collaborating with City staff to create a shared vision for Eastvale Marketplace,” said Mayor Joseph Tessari. “Eastvale Marketplace will provide a mix of restaurants and retailers who can serve the needs of our growing community and create a broad range of jobs to support our local workforce, both during construction, and when it opens this fall.”

Tenants interested in Eastvale Marketplace are encouraged to contact Chris Bergren at (310) 480-0128 or cbergren@evgre.com.


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