The Ak-Chin Pedestrian Bridge opened March 28. The bridge links Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino with UltraStar Multi-tainment Center. Crossing over the roadway between the two properties, the bridge is 180 feet long and air conditioned. There are elevators at each end, directly linking the bowling alley with the new parking garage at the casino.
Maricopa’s newest athletic gym officially opened March 27. Planet Fitness, 20595 N. John Wayne Parkway, Suite 400, is staffed 24 hours a day. City leaders and Maricopa Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The planned Dunkin Donuts at Edison Pointe received a commercial tenant improvement permit for its 1,811-square-foot space in the western building. That is valued at $238,708. Its business license is pending.
Dollar Tree, moving into Edison Pointe adjoining Fry’s Marketplace, also received a tenant improvement permit for its 9,920-square-foot space. The project is valued at $145,000. Its opening is set for May 10.
True Hearts received final inspection April 10 at its location, 19428 N. John Wayne Parkway, the former business barn.
Legacy Charter received a permit April 10 to make on-site improvements for Sunrise Preschool at 19287 N. Porter Road, valued at $98,658.
Respados Locoz received a zoning permit for its mobile food vending at 44274 W. Smith-Enke Road.
Burger King, 20595 N. John Wayne Parkway, received permits for illuminated signage, logo and drive-thru menu boards as well as a monument sign. It is scheduled to open this spring.
This item appears in the May issue of InMaricopa.