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Sudberry Properties Completes Scripps Ranch MXU

Sudberry Properties has completed The Hub at Scripps Ranch, a mixed-use redevelopment project featuring 260 luxury apartments and 10,700 square feet of retail/restaurant space.  The final retail tenant, Junction Bar & Grill, opened in January. The 9.52-acre property is located at the gateway to Scripps Ranch at 9840 Carroll Canyon Rd., just east of Interstate 15.  

Junction Bar & Grill relocated to The Hub after serving the Scripps Ranch community for seven years.  Other retail tenants that opened last year include Carroll Canyon Dental Group and two additional eateries:  Big Cheech’s Chicken, Waffles and Sliders and Starbucks.

“The Hub at Scripps Ranch has brought luxury living with beautiful urban-style architecture to Scripps Ranch,” said Colton Sudberry, president of Sudberry Properties. “The restaurants are a welcome amenity to our apartment residents and the adjoining Scripps Ranch Business Center employees. The Hub is living up to its name.”


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