Commercial property sales continue to grow in the Menifee Economic Corridor


Menifee’s Economic Development Department this week announced three more commercial properties in the central area of the city have been sold and plans submitted for a business park and medical and professional offices.

A 96-acre property on Haun Road between Garbani and Holland roads was sold that will be the location for a long-sought business park with 70,000 feet of professional space and other buildings much in demand in the Inland Empire.

The second property located in the city’s economic corridor at Newport and Bradley roads is 9.6 acres where a hotel and specialty grocery store may be built. The developer, Tony Villasenor from the CBC So Cal Group, in addition to the hotel and grocery story spot also shows a number of other pads still available for shops in the prime shopping area.

In the Menifee Plaza area off Newport Road next to the soon-to-be-built Krikorian Theater, a parcel has been purchased for yet-to-be-announced businesses.

Construction is now underway at with the Phase II underway at Menifee Lakes Plaza on a 16-acre shopping plaza located Newport and Antelope roads. The center is home to the 38,000-square-foot LA Fitness center and is the home of Barons Market, Raising Canes, Jamba Juice, Cafe Rio, Tuesday Morning and Kahoots Pet Supply.

Coming to the center will be Sapporo Sushi, Schools First Credit Union, Universal Health Services and Smile Brands.

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