Culvers Restaurant – Marketside District in Verrado
In May of 2016, residents and visitors started enjoying a wide variety of fresh food and frozen custard prepared by Buckeye’s first Culver’s Restaurant. Known for their Butterburgers, the new Buckeye Culver’s will feature indoor and outdoor dining as well as a drive-thru for take-out. Founded in 1984 by Craig and Lea Culver, the Wisconsin based restaurant chain has grown to over 550 restaurants in 22 states. The Buckeye Store will be operated by Greg Landon.
Wingstop is not in the wing business, they are in the flavor business. Wingstop Inc. is the destination when you crave fresh never faked wings, hand-cut seasoned fries and any of our famous sides. For people who demand flavor in everything they do, there’s only Wingstop Inc. – because it’s more than a meal, it’s a flavor experience.
Jimmy John’s known for being freaky fast is also freaky fresh. Jimmy opened up his first restaurant in a remodeled two car garage in January 1983. By 2002 he had 160 stores and today has more than 2,500 locations across 46 states. Buckeye is now home to one of the 2,500. They serve from-scratch food made with excellent ingredients. Their food is simple; it’s clean, it’s fresh and it’s fast.
Buckeye residents and visitors now have a conveniently placed Valero Cornerstore. From gas, cold drinks to a quick bite to eat the Cornerstore has a wide variety of much needed items for anyone appetite. Just north of I-10 on Verrado Way it is easily accessed from all directions.
Phase 2 Under Construction – West-MEC Career and Technical Education Center: Buckeye Campus
West-MEC has developed a campus in Buckeye, on a 17 acre site located on the southwest corner of West Fillmore Street and Verrado Way. West-MEC provides students innovative Career and Technical Education programs by providing real-world job training and leadership development that will prepare students to enter the workforce and pursue continuing education. The future Buckeye Campus, adjacent to the Palo Verde Energy Education Center, will offer curriculum focused on preparing workers for energy and industrial career fields as well as Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM), a veterinary program, cosmetology center, as well as administrative facilities for partnerships between West-MEC and higher education
Brake Masters Buckeye is the newest location in the 94 store company with locations in Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, and Texas. Founded in 1983, Brake Masters has been dedicated to providing customers with an “Honest Brake,” meaning employees are trained to recommend only those services or repairs their customers truly need or require, according to manufacturer specifications. Brake Master’s ASE certified technicians and store managers are trained to diagnose and advise our customers on services they need to maintain and repair their vehicles, and in particular, to extend the life of their vehicles.
Holiday Inn Express & Suites
In March of 2016, Buckeye’s newest lodging amenity opened. The 76 room state of the art Holiday Inn and Suites is built near the intersection of Interstate 10 and Watson within the Watson Marketplace Shopping Center. The Holiday Inn Buckeye will offer much needed traveler amenities including a conference center, recreational amenities and more.
Booty’s Wings Burgers & Beer
Booty’s Wings Burgers & Beer is the West Valley’s Premier Restaurant for Great Food, Great Service and Great Sports. Known as a family friendly sports restaurant that specializes in the Nation’s Best Wings, fresh made food and sports on any of their 15 TV’s. Booty’s is known as having won 4 awards in the last 2 years at the National Buffalo Wing Festival in Buffalo, NY.
Tractor Supply Company
Tractor Supply Company is the largest retail farm and ranch store chain in the United States. As the second store into Arizona, the Buckeye location opened in March 2014. The new 22,500 square foot building is home to 15 net new full time jobs and has proven to be a great partner, needed retailer, and has contributed as an economic benefit to residents and visitors alike.
Tesla Supercharger Station
Tesla Superchargers allow Model S owners to travel for free between cities along well-traveled highways in North America, Europe and Asia. Superchargers provide half a charge in as little as 20 minutes and are strategically placed to allow owners to drive from station to station with minimal stops. Conveniently located at Watson Road & I-10, the Buckeye Supercharger Station has 8 charging stations and is one of 99 locations throughout North America today.
Arizona Orthopedic Physical Therapy
The family-owned private practice was established in 2007 with the goal of providing quality, personalized care by passionate and enthusiastic therapists. In 2014, AZOPT expanded its operations to Buckeye and opened a 2,400 square foot facility in the medical plaza on the Northeast corner of Watson Road and Yuma Road. At AZOPT, Buckeye residents can count on a professional, yet relaxed environment with a unique balance of fun and hard work as patients and therapists work together to achieve results. Whether the goal is to return to work, sports, or other activities of daily living, AZOPT believes everyone should have the opportunity to Feel Better, Function Better, and Live Better.
Growing up in a family that is both entrepreneurial and built on decades of fire and police service, it seems we were destined to start Firehouse Subs®. Nineteen years later, with more than 800 Firehouse Subs restaurants in 42 states and Puerto Rico, we’re convinced we’re doing a few things right. People come back when they’re treated well, and fed even better. Turns out, people absolutely LOVE the same things we do – the best meats, cheeses, and toppings we can find. People come back again and again because, unlike other sub places, we steam our meats and cheeses, releasing a rush of flavors, then stuff a serving that’s way over code on one of our toasted private recipe sub rolls. It’s a winning combination that satisfies ravenous appetites and the value conscious alike. Buckeye is the first location for this franchise in the West Valley.
Sundance Business Center (expansion)
An emerging hub of medical and professional office buildings is taking shape near the intersection of Watson and Yuma roads. The Sundance Business Center’s planned expansion includes numerous buildings to accommodate a variety of medical specialists, professional services, as well as other office users. It is anticipated that approximately 50,000 square feet of new construction will be underway by early 2016.
Empire Southwest is the authorized Caterpillar® dealer for heavy equipment and engines in Arizona, Southeastern California and portions of Northern Mexico. In addition, Empire is a provider of commercial solar power systems and an authorized dealer for agriculture machinery. The third‐generation, family owned company was founded in 1950 and is headquartered in Mesa, Arizona. Empire has 18 locations and recently added a new facility in Buckeye off of Miller Road and Interstate 10. The Buckeye facility will grow to be the hub of operations serving the entire western portion of Greater Phoenix in the coming years.
Tom Jones Ford – New Construction
Tom Jones Ford, a family-owned and operated car dealership that has been within the Buckeye Master Planning Area for over 30 years, will be relocating their dealership to Yuma Road between Watson Road & Miller Roads. The new 30,000 square foot state of the art Ford Dealership will include new and used car sales, service bays, car wash, and provide direct visibility and frontage along I-10.