A drive-through Del Taco restaurant opened last week at the Marketplace at Calimesa, marking the second opening of a business in the new retail center in about two weeks.
The anchor store Stater Bros. supermarket opened June 17, after breaking ground last summer. The Marketplace’s first business, a drive-through Starbucks, opened in May, right before Mother’s Day.
Located on the west side of Interstate 10 at the Cherry Valley Boulevard exit at Desert Lawn Drive, the Marketplace is expected to also include a UPS store, nail salon, Mountain Mike’s Pizza, an auto spa, 7-Eleven convenience store, Cold Stone Creamery and fast-food drive-through Jack in the Box.
A couple of weeks ago, it was announced a Skin Solutions Aesthetics would take over a location next to Stater Bros. According to the announcement, Skin Solutions Aesthetics is a first-class medical spa that offers a variety of skincare enhancements, providing a total skincare experience. Treatments include neuromodulators, fillers, chemical peels and facials while providing excellence in care, experienced technique and beautiful results.
The Marketplace is Calimesa’s first retail center on the west side of Interstate 10 with 100,000 square feet of shopping space.
At 45,712 square feet, the Stater Bros. offers full-service meat, seafood, service deli and bakery departments and sushi made in-house daily. It’s a big difference from the other Stater Bros. in Calimesa, which is a much smaller store with less amenities on Calimesa Boulevard.
The Marketplace has a “California Ranch” architectural design in keeping with the aesthetic of the Summerwind Ranch development, which includes the Summerwind Trails residential project of 3,600 to 3,700 units at build out. The California Ranch design includes hip and gable roofs, and broad overhangs, while the landscaping calls for low-to moderate-watering plants.