EASTVALE, Calif. – The City of Eastvale announced on Thursday, March 28, 2019, that a Sprouts Farmers Market will be coming soon. The projected opening date is set for the summer of 2020. The grocery store will be located at the future Merge Retail Center on the northeast corner of Archibald and Limonite Avenues.
Currently, the City of Eastvale has few options for grocery shopping within the city limits including Albertsons, Smart & Final Extra, and Vons. “Working with our developers, we continue to try and provide services convenient to all of our residents,” said Mayor Todd Rigby. “With Sprouts coming to the northwest portion of our city, this will help to provide a grocery store to our residents in that area of town. We look forward to adding Sprouts to the successful businesses we have here in Eastvale. This addition will give our residents another healthy and economical shopping choice. “
Being one of the fastest growing retailers in the country Sprouts Farmers Market will provide fresh, natural, and organic products at affordable prices. Sprouts Farmers Market has The Butcher Shop and Fish Market and the Market Corner Deli. The Butcher Shop features high-quality meat and the Fish Market has a variety of seafood. The Market Corner Deli offers freshly prepared entrees and sides for those who need to put a quick meal on the dinner table or those who need to take lunch to school or work. Fresh produce is sure to bring excited shoppers to the new store. T
he high-demand 400,000 square foot market is one that the community has been asking for will provide 140 jobs to the City of Eastvale. The Merge is a 26-acre retail and light industrial center, located at the northeast corner of Archibald Avenue and Limonite Avenue. The project includes seven industrial business park buildings totaling 336,000 and a 70,000 sq retail center, anchored by Sprouts Farmers Market. “The Merge project is a true collaboration between the City of Eastvale and Orbis to deliver the best product possible,” said Managing Partner from Orbis Real Estate Partners, Grant Ross. “This development will be where business and community come together.”
Residents are excited to welcome the new store and some residents are pushing their luck by asking about bringing a Trader Joe’s to Eastvale. “Trader Joe’s has shared that they are not interested in expanding in Eastvale at this time,” City of Eastvale said on Facebook on Thursday.
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