Kitchen United to occupy vacant space at Shea Boulevard and Scottsdale Road

Kitchen United Inc. will be going in next to BevMo at the southwest corner of Shea Boulevard and Scottsdale Road. (Submitted photo)

Kitchen United Inc. will be leasing the vacant space adjacent to BevMo at the Scottsdale Commons shopping center at the southwest corner of Shea Boulevard and Scottsdale Road.

Darren Pitts, Brian Gast and Brad Ranly of Velocity Retail Group represented the landlord, C&H Development Co., in the lease of the 14,412-square-foot space. The tenant was represented by Todd Folger and Jami Gray from CBRE, according to a release.

“Kitchen United began in 2017 and is a state-of-the-art commercial kitchen facility designed to meet the needs of restaurant operators looking to build off-premise business, according to the release.

“The shared facilities offer kitchen space and infrastructure for restaurants to launch delivery-only concepts, or to even test their brand in new markets without having to invest in their own real estate. By the end of 2019 the company is expected to open in nine additional markets, with Phoenix among them,” the release states.

“This is a prime location in central Scottsdale which should provide Kitchen United a great launch into the Phoenix market,” Brian Gast, executive vice president of Velocity Retail, said in the release.

“We were focused on filling the vacancy for our owner with a quality tenant who can bring energy and synergy to the dozens of shop tenants in the center. Kitchen United will be a great addition,” he said.

Go to kitchenunited.com.

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