En Fuego, which broke ground last March, is well under way, according to Walt Brown, founder and CEO of Scottsdale-based real estate brokerage and development company Diversified Partners, who recently announced Starbucks, Raising Cane’s, Barro’s Pizza, Burros & Fries, Twisted Sugar, Jack in the Box, Then Burger and Honey Go Nails are already committed.
Across the street from the Westgate entertainment complex, En Fuego is in excellent company with the Tangier outlets around the corner and Cabela’s next door. Available now for Phase I are pads, shops and land, ranging from 3,000 square feet to 15,600 square feet/1.33-acre lot. Phase II will offer 8.32 acres for office, flex or entertainment use.
“This is a big deal for the City of Glendale. It’s a densely populated area with over 100,000 residents within three miles, not to mention the nearly 85,000 in daytime population also within three miles,” says Glendale mayor Jerry Weiers. “This is an excellent partnership, and we are fully committed to supporting En Fuego for the long haul.”
“We came up with the name En Fuego, which means ‘fire’ in Spanish,” Brown explains. “The iconic fire circle we designed represents the complex as a center or whole with a flare of the fire elements incorporated throughout the complex, using high-contrasting vibrant colors to engage the consumer.”
Photos courtesy of Diversified Partners