Briefcase

Hello and welcome back to Business Briefcase! This week we are looking at a plethora of major projects that will soon open in Buckeye, as well as resources available for entrepreneurs in the West Valley.

These additions certainly won’t be the last, as the city’s economic development team is announcing projects rapidly due to the city’s growth. 

Jackrabbit Ranch Marketplace 

Jackrabbit Ranch Marketplace will soon feature various retail, repair and restaurants. 

The economic development team announced the location will feature the likes of O’Reilly Auto Parts, Jack in the Box, Ebb & Flow, Goodwill, Brakes Plus, Macayo’s, Filiberto’s, Domino’s, Herbal Nails, a veterinary office and Popeye’s.

The Grow Buckeye website indicates there is a 3,000-square-foot drive-thru pad and a 1,200-square-foot suite available. 

Verrado Trails 

Verrado Trails is one of the city’s newest commercial development opportunities. The area will feature retail shops and pads. Verrado Trails is located at the northwest corner of Verrado Way and McDowell Road.

Barro’s Pizza

Verrado’s newest pizza restaurant is open and located at 20730 W. Market Street at the Verrado Marketside West plaza. 

This is Buckeye’s first Barro’s Pizza location. Pizza lovers can find delivery, catering and dine-in options at this Barro’s location.  

Don’t miss out on Barro’s lunch specials from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., when customers can grab a slice of pizza and a drink for $3.75. 

For more information or to view Barro’s menu, visit barrospizza.com

Meetings, workshops

and opportunities 

Buckeye entrepreneurs can attend business classes geared toward helping West Valley residents start and grow their own business. 

In August, residents can attend a business class from 6 to 7 p.m. Mondays at the Coyote Branch library, located at 21699 W. Yuma Road. 

The weekly meetings are designed to encourage and inspire residents to grow their dream business. Participants will get the opportunity to choose the business topics and trends to discuss, share ideas and experiences, get feedback to start or grow a business, and more. 

The meetings are livestreamed on Zoom and in person. 

For more information or to obtain the Zoom link and password for the meetings, visit growbuckeye.com/pages/

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Hotel news

Performance Capital Partners LLC has acquired a site for its upcoming dual-brand Marriott TownePlace Suites and Marriott Fairfield Inn & Suites hotel complex set for the northwest quadrant of Market Street and Verrado Way in Buckeye.  

This new prototype hotel will have a contemporary look and feel with a warm and natural color scheme from the moment the guest walks through the front door. All suites will offer a premium entertainment package that will allow guests to stream their favorite shows, music and movies through their television using Hulu, Pandora and Netflix.   

The TownePlace Suites will feature in-suite kitchens, including full-sized refrigerators, microwave, cooktop and dishwasher. The hotel will be 100% nonsmoking and pet friendly.

The hotel complex will feature a bar serving alcoholic beverages and food; complimentary hot breakfast providing hundreds of combination options; outdoor pool and spa; outdoor patio with fire pits and grills for guest use; oversized fitness center and guest laundry facilities. 

Construction will start this fall. President Jeff Stockert has developed and managed hotels since 1993. The group owns hotels in Salt Lake City, Buckeye and Glendale, too. 

“We believe we have selected an A-plus site that will have tremendous visibility and presence within the Buckeye Verrado community that will satisfy a tremendous need in the area for high-quality accommodations that provide warm, welcoming hospitality,” Stockert said.

“We have a long history in this business and so are confident that this dual-branded hotel complex will be well received and do very well at this location.”

For more information, visit

performancecapitalpartners.org