Queen Creek Marketplace will welcome six new businesses to its ever-expanding lineup of tenants in 2020 – Crumbl, Old Navy, Bath & Body Works, Sketchers and Barrio Queen are now open. Nekter will open early this month.
Now open, the cult favorite cookie joint will find its new home at Queen Creek Marketplace near Subway and Data Doctors on the east side of the shopping center. Known for massive, decadent, baked-to-order cookies with a delivery option, cookie fans will flip when they see the warm, yummy options like milk chocolate chip, ultimate peanut butter and pumpkin roll cookies.
Packed with fashion-forward clothing for the whole family, Old Navy is now open and located directly next to Super Target on the west side of the shopping center. Stock up on basics or refresh your wardrobe with fashionable prints.
Ready for a glow up? Head to Bath & Body Works to discover yummy scents that will help you smell your best. The perfect place for gifts throughout the year, Bath & Body Works is now open and located on the south side of the shopping center near Justice and Sally Beauty.
Comfort meets fashion and functionality. Sketchers is now open at Queen Creek Marketplace near Super Target. With options for women, men and kids, Sketchers offers athletic-inspired footwear looks with edge.
Barrio Queen is a local institution! Now open in across from Ulta at Queen Creek Marketplace, Barrio Queen serves delectable Mexican favorites with a unique twist. This is Barrio Queen’s first location in Queen Creek and its third at a Vestar property, including Tempe Marketplace and Desert Ridge Marketplace, both now open.
The go-to destination for green juice, acai bowls and smoothies, Nekter will open at Queen Creek Marketplace in early March with cold-pressed juices like The Greenie, The Little Beet and Toxin Flush, and smoothies like Turmeric Sunrise, Health Nut and Orange Crush.