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Lewis Retail Centers Sees Surge in New Activity

By Kelsi Maree Borland | GlobeSt.com Despite the ongoing pandemic, the firm has seen momentum in the retail market with new construction projects. Lewis Retail Centers is having a good year, all things considered. Despite the ongoing pandemic, the retail firm has seen momentum in the retail market, particularly with new construction projects. This includes the opening of…

Staybridge Suites Begins Construction at Hamner Place

We are excited to share that Staybridge Suites is now under construction at Hamner Place in Eastvale, CA. Construction will take 12 -14 months but once its complete the hotel will include 120-rooms, rooftop bar, conference and event center, and a pool with cabanas.

Spring opening eyed for new Safeway grocery store in south Reno

Jason Hidalgo | Reno Gazette Journal South Reno’s new Safeway is eyeing an early 2021 opening. The grocery chain has officially broken ground and started construction for a new store at Steamboat Parkway, according to Lewis Retail Centers. The new Safeway is expected to open its doors by spring next year. “When we initially planned…

Premier Swim Academy Open For Business

Premier Swim Academy Open For Business In Haven Square Its been a long time in the making but we are happy to announce that Premier Swim Academy is now open for business in Rancho Cucamonga.  Premier Swim Academy is the Inland Empires newest and most advanced indoor learn to swim program, and is located in…

Starbucks In Calimesa Now Open – The Marketplace at Calimesa

The Marketplace at Calimesa

Starbucks In Calimesa Now Open – The Marketplace at Calimesa We are thrilled that on Monday May 4th  Starbucks was able to open at The Marketplace at Calimesa.  They are the first to open at our newest shopping center and grateful that during these trying times they were able to make it happen.  Right now…

High Desert Gateway Toy Drive

High Desert Gateway held a Toy Drive on November 30th along with Spark of Love in the food court.  The event was a success with $2,000 in cash and over 100 toys donated.  The weather was colder than normal but we had a great time!