Stephanie Beltway Plaza
The Stephanie Beltway Plaza in Henderson is undergoing a renaissance.
After sitting mostly vacant for two years, the retail center at Stephanie Street and Interstate 215 is welcoming several new tenants.
“The center was caught up in the ‘build it and they will come’ mentality when things were hot,” commercial realtor Dan Hubbard said. “We’ve really had to remove a dark cloud from over the property. The addition of new tenants has sparked a little buzz.”
King Putt, a pizza parlor with laser tag and miniature golf, is scheduled to open in May. The Henderson location is the entertainment center’s second. The first is at West Lake Mead Boulevard and North Tenaya Way in Las Vegas.
King Putt replaces Peter Piper Pizza and will feature 18 holes of indoor miniature golf, laser tag in an Egyptian-themed arena and an arcade with Skee-Ball, video games and prizes. Owners signed a five-year, $850,000 lease with plaza owner Tavaco Properties.
A Lumber Liquidators store also is opening, likely in June. The national flooring retailer will occupy a 5,500-square-foot space.
In addition, there are plans for a brewery to be up and running by year’s end. Old School Brewing Company will take over almost 10,000 square feet.
“They’ll be a full-blown brew pub and restaurant,” said Hubbard, of Commerce Real Estate Solutions. “In addition to brewing their own craft beers, they’ll have the capability to brew for others.”
Developers hope to fill the remaining dozen vacant storefronts with a nail salon, day spa, coffee house and other lifestyle retailers.
The Stephanie Beltway Plaza was built in 2006 and comprises about 100,000 square feet of retail space. Leases run from 50 cents to $1.50 per square foot.