A Regional Destination
As the Southwest Valley's first super regional shopping center, Estrella Falls is poised to make Goodyear a prime regional destination. The shopping mall has a planned 2016 opening.
Spanning more than 300 acres, the entire project will bring 2 million square feet of shopping, dining, and entertainment upon build out. Estrella Falls comprises a power center, super regional shopping center, expansive public spaces and parks, residential, office and hotel developments, and dynamic public art and entertainment. Bullard Wash Linear Park runs north-south between the mall and the power center providing an active outdoor amenity for all ages.
The retail project opened in phases starting with the power center. The super regional mall will follow along with additional commercial developments, all in response to market demand.
The Market at Estrella Falls Power Center
The 500,000-square-foot, full-service power center - The Market at Estrella Falls - opened in September 2008. It is located west of the main mall area with entrances off McDowell Road or PebbleCreek Parkway.
The Market at Estrella Falls will complement the super regional shopping center and already includes Bashas, Staples, Old Navy, Petco, TJ Maxx/HomeGoods, Shoe Carnival, and La-Z-Boy.
Estrella Falls Super Regional Mall
The regional mall will bring a new distinctive destination in a design that's comfortable all year-round. The shopping mall itself covers 105 acres between McDowell Road and Virginia Avenue, east of 151st Ave.
So far, commitments announced for the super regional shopping center include three main anchors: Dillards, Macy's and Harkins Theatres. Other stores include Coach, White House/Black Market, Industrial Rideshop, and Chico's.
Estella Falls Super Regional Mall has an outdoor lifestyle design in keeping with the latest shopping center designs across the country. By each retailer having their own building, it allows them to better maintain their unique identities, adds more architectural interest and better emulates the traditional shopping experiences of the past.
SHADE CONSIDERATIONS AND GREEN OPEN SPACE
Understanding the public's concern about shopping in the heat, one key element of the design of Estrella Falls is shade structures throughout. Mature landscaping will also be used to provide more shade. All storefronts will have shaded overhangs for pedestrians and most of the pedestrian walkways will have unique shade canopies. Even the main roadway through the center which also has on-street parking will have shade structures.