Agave’s Restaurant reopened after a four-month renovation, marking the final chapter of the expansion of Harrah’s Ak-Chin Resort and Casino. The interior and menu were updated for the restaurant, which seats 118 inside and poolside.
The future Roots Eatery is transforming the former pizza shop of Dominos at 20046 N. John Wayne Parkway, Suite 104, as it transforms itself from a home-based business of catering and cooking classes into a restaurant.
Iconic Tire & Service Center has a commercial permit to build a 6,277-square foot facility at 19945 N. John Wayne Parkway. The same development, the city’s Planning and Zoning Department has the plans for Maricopa Animal Hospital, a 4,000-square-foot structure on the south side of Maricopa Self Storage.
Pinal County broke ground on a new court administration complex at 20025 N. Wilson Ave. Jan 17. It will include improved court facilities, sheriff’s office facilities and satellite offices for clerk of Superior Court, assessor, recorder, supervisor’s office and more.
North of Maricopa Self Storage, an AAMCO is under construction. That development also has plans for John Wayne Parkway Self Storage under way.
Bahama Buck’s, a shaved-ice eatery, has a development review permit at 17452 N. Porter Road, where the city replatted to accommodate the business needs.
Leading Edge Academy received a commercial permit for a planned 5,000-square-foot charter high school at 18700 N. Porter Road.
Central Arizona College is expanding its driveway and firelane at its campus at 17945 N. Regent Drive.
Global Water Resources installed new waterline liner along Honeycutt Road east of White and Parker Road to decrease the likelihood of line breaks.
My Home Group real estate office officially opened Jan. 25 at 20046 N. John Wayne Parkway, Suite 106.
This item appears in the February issue of InMaricopa.