Epicenter at Agritopia, the vertically integrated mixed-use community and retail destination situated at the heart of Agritopia, announced the completion of all retail leasing and that The Tyler luxury apartments are now fully completed and available for leasing across their three buildings.
This project was brought to life through the vision of the Johnston family, who set out to create a thriving urban downtown space in Agritopia. Today, that dream has become a reality, as a lineup of retail and dining establishments grace the town of Gilbert.
Epicenter has a diverse array of offerings now open for business. Visitors are invited to shop for gifts at Bunky Boutique, Manor apparel, urbAna celebrations store, Why I Love Where I Live and Vintage Home. Food and drink enthusiasts can have a dining experiences at Buck and Rider, Beer Barn, Belly Kitchen & Bar, Gadzooks, Matt’s Big Breakfast, Peixoto coffee, Spinato’s Pizzeria and Family Kitchen, Source, Undertow and one final tenant who will be announced soon.
Those seeking self- care and wellness can visit The Beauty Boss Co, Barre3, The Collective, The Ivy, Rise Wellness and Wylde Hair Salon + Hooligans Barbershop and Freed Beauty.
On November 16, 2023 at 2:00 p.m., Epicenter will host a Grand Opening celebration. The event will be presided over by Founder, Joe Johnston and CEO, William Johnston of Johnston & Co. The ceremony will culminate in a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony, graced by East Valley dignitaries, governmental leaders, project partners, and special guests.
“This marks a significant milestone in our journey. Epicenter at Agritopia has evolved from a mere vision into a vibrant reality. This urban hub stands as a testament to the unwavering commitment of numerous teams and tenants, bolstered by the incredible support of our community,” said William Johnston, CEO, Johnston & Co in a statement. “We extend a warm invitation to our community to join us on November 16th as we celebrate the culmination of this project, and we eagerly anticipate the promising future it ushers into Gilbert,” Johnston concluded.