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Fueling station shades are in place for the new Circle K. Photo by Kyle Norby

The last four months of 2018 saw five businesses receive commercial permits in Maricopa at a total value of over $3 million. IHOP completed its construction, and Dutch Bros. are ready to begin, and the following three are in the throes of construction.

Work is moving quickly at the future Circle K convenience store at 41433 W. Honeycutt Road. The property includes seven fueling stations to serve up to 14 vehicles. The store is to be 5,881 square feet. It received its commercial building permit in October and is being constructed by Alexander Building Company.

Brakes Plus’ framework went up quickly in Edison Pointe. Photo by Kyle Norby

Brakes Plus is building at 44510 W. Edison Road in the Edison Pointe Complex. Sitting on a little more than half an acre next to IHOP, the building is approximately 4,886 square feet. DG Fenn is in charge of the construction.

Signal Healthcare medical offices have made steady progress this winter. Photo by Kyle Norby

Directly across the street from Brakes Plus, Signal Healthcare’s future medical offices at 44565 W. Edison Road are also progressing steadily in Edison Place. The project, which is 9,000 square feet, is two buildings connected by a breezeway. The construction is west of Big O Tires.

 

A vacant lot owned by Signal Healthcare may become medical offices.

Medical offices may be coming to a busy corner in Maricopa.

The city’s Planning & Zoning Commission will look at a proposal for a major development review permit on the property on the southeast corner of Edison Road and John Wayne Parkway. The property is owned by Signal Healthcare LLC of Paradise Valley.

The lot is directly west of Big O Tires and north of Aaron’s, with paved parking mostly already in place. The plaza also includes the 99 Cents Only store.

Signal purchased the parcel in 2017.

The commission will look at the proposed site plan, landscape and elevations for 44565 W. Edison Road. The meeting is Monday at 6 p.m. at City Hall.