Far East shopping center nears completion

Far East El Paso’s first ‘smart-growth’ shopping center is almost ready to open. El Paso-based retail developer River Oaks Properties says the 40,000-square-foot Reserve at Rich Beem will be ready for tenants within the next 30 days and ‘shoppers soon after that.’ It will have upgraded landscaping and architectural features, outdoor patios and common areas for gatherings. ‘Over the last two years, River Oaks Properties has been developing more than 500,000 square feet of high-quality retail space through eight shopping center projects in East El Paso,’ River Oaks chief executive Jerry Rubin said in a news release. A company spokesperson said they aren’t ready to release the names of tenants yet but that ‘several national concepts are planning on opening their first El Paso store at The Reserve.’

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