Dinosaur Crossing Breaks Ground

Smith’s To Open 123,000 SF Marketplace

Saint George, Utah (July 8, 2016)– Woodbury Corporation and Ball Ventures broke ground on the long-awaited Dinosaur Crossing project on Riverside Drive and Mall Drive in Saint George, Utah. Plans include 28 acres of commercial space for retail and multifamily development.

“This is a monumental opportunity for the City of Saint George,” said Steve Bowler, Vice President-Retail at CBC Advisors. “Woodbury Corporation and Ball Ventures are creating a world-class product for the community.”

Smith’s Marketplace will serve as an anchor tenant for the property with the grocer opening a 123,000 square-foot-facility by Spring 2017. The location marks the 14th Smith’s Marketplace built in Utah. When complete, Dinosaur Crossing will bring more than 700 jobs to the region with Smith’s adding approximately 300 jobs to that total. The Moore Retail Team at CBC Advisors advised Smith’s in the transaction and has long served as a commercial real estate advisor the for the grocer’s expansion initiatives.

“Smith’s operates 139 stores and 96 fuel centers in seven western states, including 50 stores and 43 fuel centers in Utah,” said Tyson Moore, Retail Specialist and a member of The Moore Retail Team at CBC Advisors. “ Dinosaur Crossing is the perfect location for Smith’s to increase market share within the Saint George region.”

The Bowler Retail Team (BRT), one of the Intermountain West’s foremost commercial real estate teams, has advised Dinosaur Crossing throughout the development process. BRT specializes in tenant and landlord representation with 25 years of accumulated experience marketing, leasing and listing shopping centers. Through strategic analysis, market knowledge, talent, and collaboration, BRT delivers consistent results to local, regional, and national tenants for site selection, disposition, and market position throughout Utah, Idaho, Montana, and Alaska.

“Dinosaur Crossing is favorably positioned for continued success,” said Heather Bogden, Vice President-Retail and a member of the Bowler Retail Team at CBC Advisors. “Many key economic indicators like income levels, traffic count, and population density make this location an ideal site for development.”