CenterCal unveils plans for Mountain View Village Phase II
Riverton— CenterCal Properties, LLC, presented new renderings, video and more detailed plans for Phase II of Mountain View Village lifestyle development, to local dignitaries near the construction site at 4533 West Kestrel Range Road, Riverton, Utah. The full-service commercial real estate company with properties throughout the Western United States opened Phase I in 2018 with an anchor grocery store and national retailers.
“Mountain View Village is a bright spot in Utah’s economy as we continue to move forward in constructing this wonderfully-planned property designed to be a community gathering place, a commercial hub and a residential community with fantastic views of the Wasatch Mountains,” said Chris Byers, vice president of leasing for CenterCal. “Not only will Mountain View Village provide hundreds of jobs while under construction, the property’s retailers and businesses will employ thousands of people when it’s finished in 2021.”
New renderings for Mountain View Village that features a welcoming Americana architecture, show five pocket parks with special touches such as accommodations for yoga classes, games for adults and children, outdoor seating for office workers taking a break and a convenient corner park. The largest open area in the L-shaped lifestyle development is the Plaza, with a state-of-the-art show fountain featuring dancing waters and colored lights choreographed to music. A covered Pavilion with a market hall-inspired design, will include a blend of eclectic eateries with shared common indoor seating and additional outdoor seating. CenterCal Properties will plant 1,700 trees and 10,000 plant species to create a lush atmosphere throughout the property.
CenterCal confirmed that Cinemark Theaters will open a 14-screen luxury movie theater complex across from the Pavilion that will be hugged by retail stores and restaurants. Building M, a four-story structure currently under construction next to Cinemark, will feature a three-story glazed window feature with LED lights that can display concerts, games and even fireworks. Building M provides spacious, creative commercial spaces on the top three floors and small retail shops on the ground floor.
Mountain View Village’s design reflects the look of a town built over time, including Building J, an iconic Library Tower, providing a peaceful anchor to the Yoga Plaza. Additional retail, entertainment and dining experiences gradually will be announced for the 85-acre property that is centered in one of Utah’s fastest growing communities.
“We are so excited to see what is coming in Phase II at Mountain View Village and eagerly await the day when our residents can enjoy this beautiful development,” said Riverton Mayor Trent Staggs. “The just-released renderings really give a feel for what the atmosphere in Phase II will be like. The stunning architecture and attractive landscaping combined with excellent dining, entertainment and shopping options, will make Mountain View Village a natural gathering place for our community.”
Phase I of Mountain View Village presently includes a Harmons Grocery Store and Fuel Stop, a wide variety of more than 35 retailers, businesses and dining choices, and a stunning 10-foot high “Majestic” eagle bronze statue created by renowned sculptor Brian Keith. Phase II will feature additional Norman Rockwell-style bronze sculptures being created by Keith, honoring the community’s brave people working for the Unified Fire Department, the National Guard and Riverton City Police. Mountain View Village General Manager David Anderson, Mayor Staggs and Riverton Chief of Police Don Hutson unveiled a new plaque honoring Riverton City Police, which was added at the base of the Majestic statue along with plaques for Unified Fire and the National Guard.
Mountain View Village follows CenterCal’s creation of additional lifestyle properties including Utah’s Station Park in Farmington and Canyon Corners in Park City, and others in Idaho, Washington, Oregon and California.