Despite predictions a major clothing retailer would open this spring in Edison Pointe, an opening date is projected for a little later.
According to its corporate office, Ross Dress for Less is planning to open its Maricopa store July 21. It is one of four business to operate from the largest building in the Edison Pointe plaza.
Already open are the Goodwill store and Planet Fitness. The Dollar Tree is set to move into the 9,920-square-foot space abutting Fry’s Marketplace.
Brakes Plus has applied for a development review permit, according to city records. It is planned to occupy an area in the south section of Edison Pointe where there has been no construction.
IHOP has filed for a pre-application conference with the city to scope out the possibility of coming to Edison Pointe, as well.
With a stand-alone building currently under construction, Burger King is estimated to have an opening in June.
Estimated opening dates have not been given for the three business to occupy the building closest to John Wayne Parkway. Dunkin Donuts received a commercial tenant improvement permit for its 1,811-square-foot space that includes a drive-thru. WingStop and a nail salon are also planned for the building.