By Reporter Staff
Suisun City's Main Street West redevelopment project has recruited a Starbucks Coffee and two new restaurants in the Highway 12 and Sunset Avenue area.
Starbucks, which will feature a drive-through window and outdoor seating, will be the first tenant to occupy a new 6,750-square-foot building under construction in the Sunset Shopping Center.
Pick Up Stix Fresh Asian Kitchen plans to move Dec. 20 into a recently completed 4,300-square-foot building in the Heritage Park Shopping Center, currently home to Raley's. The 2,700-square-foot restaurant will feature made-to-order wok-style Asian cuisine.
Quiznos, which offers oven-toasted, deli-style sub sandwiches will move into the new retail building on Anderson Drive in the Lawler Commercial Center, currently home to fast-food retailers Popeye's, Burger King and Jack in the Box.
Randy Starbuck, Suisun City's economic development director, said that the sales tax revenue is just one welcome benefit in the city's efforts to recruit retailers to the three areas.
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