Spring Valley's built from the ground up and still under construction, 217,800-square-foot Durango Arby Plaza will feature a couple more tenants to round out your dining choices later this year.
Health-conscious locals The Protein Source will launch their second location in the Plaza, building a 1,498-square-foot restaurant and smoothie and juice bar with a current estimated construction budget of $256,983. Their original base debuted eight miles to the north in August 2015. They expect their new home to debut this spring, a mile from the forthcoming Ikea megastore.
Also now scheduled, a mystery tenant, Pier 215, described as a Japanese sushi and seafood grill. They are currently hiring for cook positions.
In November of 2015, paperwork listed Ramen Kobo by Monta as another of the new arrivals. A sequel to Monta Ramen in Chinatown and Monta Chaya in Henderson, no further updates on their plans have been released by the company that also operates Goyemon Sushi House and two Sushi Mon locations.
Rounding out the Plaza will be Cafe Rio, Starbucks, Subway and the center's anchor, a 35,000-square-foot EOS Fitness.