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Master Plan

This large mix-use development is located at the intersection of Old Monroe Road and Wesley Chapel Stouts Road. More than just a shopping center, it’s a place for shopping and eating and entertainment.

The 14 screen movie theater is at the apex of the shopping center, surrounded by casual and fast dining restaurants. Two coffee shops, beauty shop, pharmacy and two separate auto repair outlets are here. Urgent care, wedding wear and even a funeral home.

Easy access from both sides with a very large parking lot that is designed to keep folks from going way too fast. And there’s still room for more development.

Master planned 250,000 RSF mixed-use development:

Sun Valley Commons Shops

The Shops at Sun Valley

  • CVS
  • 2 Showmars
  • 3 Valvoline
  • 4a Urgent Care
  • 4b All Kids Pediatric Dentist
  • 5 Taco Bell
  • 6 10,400 sf (to be built)
  • 7a Subway
  • 7b The Trail House
  • 7c Sun Valley Cafe
  • 7d Stay N Play
  • 7e Le Soliel
  • 7f Belle’s Nail & Spa
  • 7g Francesco’s Pizzaria
  • 7h ROAR Taekwondo
  • 8a Starbucks
  • 8b Papa John’s
  • 8c ReMax (Available)
  • 8d Vape
  • 8e AT&T
  • 9a Sun Valley Salon Suites
  • 9b State Farm Insurance
  • 9c Miss Donna’s School of Dance
  • 9d Infinity Dental Arts
  • 10 McDonald’s
  • 11a Good Shepherd Funeral Home
  • 11b Keller Williams Realty
  • 11c TowneBank Mortgage
  • 12 Corporate Goodyear
  • 13 1.21 ac
  • 14 3.19 ac
  • 15 8,600 sf (to be built)
  • 16 19,000 sf (to be built)
  • 17 Retail/Office Condos
  • 18 Under Construction
  • 19a Growlers USA
  • 19b Sweet Frog
  • 19c 9 Rounds
  • 19d Moe’s Southwest Grill
  • 20 Sun Valley Stone 14 Theater
  • 21a American Burger Joint
  • 21b Hickory Tavern
  • 21c Sileo’s NY Deli
  • 22a Viva Chicken
  • 22b Available
  • 22c Orthodontist
  • 22d Orthodontist
  • 22e Cinnaholics
  • 22f Available
  • 23 7,500 sf (to be built)
  • 24 9,750 sf (to be built)
  • 25 Publix (Opening)
  • 26 Harris Teeter

Sun Valley Commons is offering a rare partnership opportunity on Pads 18 & 22, two of the most unique retail opportunities in Union County. With parking and storm water management in place, these pads offer an exceptionally low cost to develop. Compared to standard outparcel developments, these opportunities offer savings upwards of $200,000 in on-site improvements.