Vestis Group Negotiates Hard Corner Ground Lease for Bikini Beans Coffee in Mesa

Bikinis Beans Coffee, 2816 S Country Club Dr, Mesa, AZ

Vestis Group negotiated a 30-year ground lease for Bikini Beans Coffee, at the intersection of Country Club and Guadalupe, in Mesa, Arizona.

Phoenix, Arizona –  Vestis Group, a commercial brokerage and investment firm, is pleased to announce the completed ground lease for Bikini Beans Coffee, along Mesa’s Country Club Corridor, aka State Route 87, at 2816 S Country Club Dr, Mesa, AZ 85210.

“This is Bikini Beans Coffee’s third location in Arizona. The first two stores opened in Phoenix and Tempe,” says Matt Morrell, President of Retail Investments at Vestis Group and the lead broker for this transaction, “Bikini Beans Coffee’s Mesa store is located at the southwest corner of Country Club and Guadalupe. Neighboring business in the trade area include Arizona Wilderness Brewing Company, Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Costco, WinCo Foods, Sonic Drive-In, CubeSmart Self Storage, Treeland Nurseries, V-Dub Furniture, SummerWinds Nursery, Sprinkler World, QuickTrip, Wendy’s, OneAZ Credit Union, GoDaddy, Papa John’s Pizza, Tomar Electronics, Paragon Vision Sciences, Walters & Wolf, Air Transport Components, SCP Distributors, Curtiss-Wright, United Refrigeration and Ferguson HVAC Supply. We are currently working on a 4th store location in the West Valley and actively seeking additional locations for Bikini Beans Coffee across Metro Phoenix.”

The Phoenix based Vestis Group commercial brokerage team of Natan Jacobs and Matt Morrell negotiated the ground lease on behalf of the tenant, Bikini Beans Coffee. Vestis Group provides tenant representation services to select national, regional and local tenants with their expansion plans throughout Arizona.




Vestis Group Brokers Sale of Infill Commercial Land in North Scottsdale for $1.2M

Vestis Group completed the sale of 1.3 Acres of C-3 Zoned land, located at 22001 North Scottsdale Road in North Scottsdale, for $1.2 million or $21 per square foot.

Phoenix, Arizona – Vestis Group, a commercial brokerage, investment and development firm, is pleased to announce the sale of 1.3 Acres of C-3 Zoned land, located at 22001 North Scottsdale Road in North Scottsdale, for $1,200,000 or $21 per square foot. The Phoenix based Vestis Group commercial brokerage team of

Natan Jacobs and Matt Morrell negotiated the transaction on behalf of the buyer, a private investor from Scottsdale, Arizona. Brad Douglass and Mark Bramlett of Cushman Wakefield represented the seller, Focha LLC from Scottsdale, Arizona.

The subject property, located at 22001 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85255, features direct access to the Loop 101 Freeway, within 1.5 miles, and is situated across Miller Road from the mixed-use development, “Silverstone,” formerly Rawhide. Silverstone will ultimately consist of 976 homes, an independent and assisted living facility, Vi at Silverstone, as well as office and retail space. Nearby resort/hotels include: The Boulders, Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa, The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa Phoenix-Scottsdale, and Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale At Troon North.

 




Take a holiday trot at Antique Toy Horse Display at Canoa Ranch

Canoa Ranch HQ

GREEN VALLEY, ARIZONA — A unique set of children’s toy horses will be on display Dec. 8-Jan. 5 at Historic Canoa Ranch, 5375 S. I-19 Frontage Road in Green Valley.

On display for the first time, the collection is courtesy of Cheri Raftery, part of a fourth- generation ranching family that breeds, raises and trains cutting horses at the equestrian center at Canoa Ranch, which is managed by the Pima County Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation Department.

The antique rocking horses and mechanical horses range from pre-Civil War era to the 1960s. The horses come from different areas of the country, though some may have originated in Europe. Their styles vary greatly. Depression-era horses are crudely and simply made; however, the classic rocking horse has remained the same for generations.

The collection features the different type of mechanisms of motion used on a child’s toy horse. One is made from a model T spring, others have real horse hair manes or tails.

Exhibit hours are 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday (closed Dec. 25 and Jan. 1). After viewing the collection, visitors can tour the Manning Jr./Schnaufer House. There is a $10 donation per person to view the exhibits.

The entry gate to Historic Canoa Ranch is open seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. for access to the newly restored Canoa Lake and the Anza Trail. Guided tours of the historic site are conducted Tuesdays and Saturdays at 10 and 11 a.m. Visit www.pima.gov/canoaranch for more info on programs and other guided tours.

In 2001, Pima County purchased and began to restore the 4,800-acre Canoa Ranch complex with voter-approved 1997 and 2004 bond funds. Pima County opened the ranch headquarters to the public in March 2013.