The Gateway to Temecula shopping center near the Temecula Parkway interchange has added Pizza Press and Chronic Tacos to its roster of tenants.
The under-construction center, which features around 61,000 square feet of commercial space on an 8.79 acre site, had previously announced LA Fitness, Starbucks and Chevron as anchor tenants.
There are still some available spaces in the center, said Janet Kramer of Voit Real Estate Services on Friday, Nov. 3, but anyone looking to grab one might want to act fast.
Kramer’s office is in talks with a medical spa that is looking at the top floors of the “B” building, which would leave only the first floor of that building and a handful of storefront spaces available to lease.
The addition of Pizza Press, which allows guests to customize their pizzas or salads, gives Temecula residents the option of visiting pretty much every flash-fired chain restaurant and multiple independent made-to-order pizzerias, such as Garage Brewing Co. and Vail Pizzeria in the Vail Headquarters.
Chronic Tacos will be returning to southwest Riverside County following the closure of its location in the Tower Plaza. The chain, which was started in Newport Beach in 2002, has 47 locations in nine states and Canada.
The Temecula City Council approved the gateway project, which is being built by Irvine-based Creative Development & Management, Inc., about a year ago.
“From the color of the paint to the types of water-wise plants to the dark skies lighting fixtures, the ‘Gateway to Temecula’ has been painstakingly designed. Its architecture, signage, and way the businesses operate, all fit together with the Los Ranchitos Community,” CDM posted on its website.
The council imposed conditions on the developer to pay its fair share toward infrastructure upgrades in the area to deal with the traffic the center will generate.
What else would you like to see at the Temecula gateway center?
— TVD_Claverie (@TVD_Claverie) November 3, 2017