Thursday, April 16, 2015

North Hills Crossing to Open in June

Northeast El Paso's largest retail development in years is scheduled to open in June. North Hills Crossing, at the corner of Gateway South and Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard, has been under construction since August and will add over 200,000 square feet of retail space.
A bird's eye view of the upcoming North Hills Crossing under construction in Northeast El Paso, scheduled to open in June. (Courtesy River Oaks Properties)

The power center will include retailers including Walmart Market, Ross, Marshall's, and Big Lots.

River Oaks Properties, the developer for the project, made the announcement in a press release highlighting an overall $200 million, five-year retail expansion plan within the Sun City.
This rendering shows what North Hills Crossing will look like once completed in Northeast El Paso. The power center is scheduled to open in June. (www.ropelpaso.com)

Phase I of the plan is expected to be completed by the end of 2015 and includes 500,000 square feet of space, which includes North Hills Crossing but most of which is spread across four new shopping centers opening in East El Paso.

They include: Las Tiendas located at Zaragoza and Edgemere; Shops at Tierra Este, located at Tierra Este and Montana; Tierra Del Norte located at Tierra Este and Zaragoza; and a Home Depot anchored Shopping Center located at Zaragoza and Montwood, according to the press release.

No specific opening date in June was disclosed for North Hills Crossing and most likely depends on grand opening for individual retailers.

Previously: Work Begins on North Hills Crossing

19 comments:

  1. Look at that disgusting, pathetic sea of asphalt with no finesse or appealing construction design or landscaping whatsoever! Went to ABQ this past weekend - I don't think their city leaders would allow any developer to rape the land in that manner!

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    1. I totally agree with you, seems like developers just want to build without using any special design
      on their buildings.Such as this North Hills Crossing that will end up becoming another El Paso Eye Sore! Same thing goes for all those downtown apartment complexes with no parking garages, only asphalt sun baked surface,no tress no landscape. It's a pitiful shame and waste of land rape development.

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  2. El Paso is one massive suburb. ZERO WALKABILITY. Tons of Wal Marts and endless retail parking lots for big box stores. No curb appeal. Sad.

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  3. Can we please trade Ross, Marshall's, and Big Lots all for one nice Target? There isn't one in ten miles.

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    1. According to the developers and the district rep, Target was the first retailer offered the location but refused to open a store in the north east.

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    2. That is not true...Target is no longer developing Super Target stores at all. Target does not have plans to expand in El Paso at this time. Chick Fil A, Wendy's, Chipotle and Panda Express will opening before years end here.

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  4. Protecting our mountains, and improving what El Paso already has is a HUGE asset to our city. People like to see undisturbed mountain spaces AND innovative design. But truly innovative design should not come at the expense of El Paso's only mountain range and beautiful surrounding desert space. Protect our natural spaces and still produce innovative inter-city improvements, THAT is a worthy and challenging accomplishment.

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  5. Is this mall open for shopping, new to the city.

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  6. I think this center is quite nice. I shop there frequently, looking forward to the many new tenants they'll receive soon at this center. Already a good selection of stores though.

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  7. Does anyone know the name of the BBQ restaurant that opened there? And do you know if they have a website?

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    1. Jackie - here ya go http://southernsmokebbq.com/

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  8. Does anyone know the name of the BBQ restaurant that opened there? And do you know if they have a website?

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    1. I believe it is Southern Smoke BBQ. Not sure about a website but they have a FB page.

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  9. When is Chick Fil A slated to open?

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