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Classic Elegance & Casual Comfort: New Culinary Concepts Coming to Sunrise Market in 2024

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BUCKEYE, AZSunrise Market is a brand-new class A retail center under construction on the southeast corner of Village Street and Sunrise Lane, within walking distance of Main Street’s mixed-use district in Verrado. Sunrise Market is over 70% pre-leased to entrepreneurs that predominantly reside in Verrado, eager to fill gaps in the community’s dining and retail offerings.

Herve Sarteau, President of HCCJ Family Partners said, “As Main Street has resonated so strongly with the Verrado community, we have carefully curated this new 35,000 square-foot dining, shopping and entertainment center to expand on all of the aspects of Main Street that makes it so inviting. We wanted to bring a substantial and diverse offering of restaurants, food and beverage retailers, driven by the energy and enthusiasm of local operators, alongside with services that that also reflect a similar spirit and ownership. Finally, we wanted Sunrise Market to be a destination conducive to gatherings, encounters and conversations. Beyond the architecture and spaces, sculptures and murals will provide inspiring touches to enjoy and engage with.”

Look Who’s Coming!

Bobazona will bring its locally owned “bubble tea” shop serving boba, tea, coffee, slush and energy drinks to Sunrise Market. Boba is a popular cold-served drink that includes tapioca or fruit-flavored pearls crafted in a refreshing variety of flavors.

BoSa Donuts, known as the Valley’s classic donut shop with over 24 locations, will serve up fluffy donuts, cinnamon rolls, apple fritters, eclairs, coffee drinks, breakfast and lunch sandwiches, fruit smoothies and hot cocoa.

A new polished casual concept called Copper & Sage will anchor Sunrise Market. According to Joey Lucidi, founder of Westside Concepts and creator of Copper & Sage, “Our newest concept will be a chef driven local neighborhood joint, with everything from refined comfort food, southern influences and approachable dishes.  Cocktails, craft beer, and a full bar along with weekend brunch are designed to become a go-to spot for family occasions and everyday meals. We love this neighborhood feel and want to be part of the amazing growth and lifestyle of the residents in the Verrado community.”

DeGiNo Coffee Bar is a locally based, family business owned by third generation coffee plantation owners. Inocente Cayetano’s grandfather and father began the family business as coffee growers in Nayarit, Mexico. “We are proud that our gourmet Arabica coffee is organically grown without chemicals or pesticides. The plantation’s shady, low-acidic terrain at high altitude creates coffee beans with full-bodied flavor,” Cayetano said. “During the pandemic, my wife and I were determined to keep the family tradition going while the world was shutting down. We told each other, let’s keep the dream alive.” That’s when the couple established a mobile coffee trailer that has been serving the Verrado community for three years. “We are delighted for this exciting new opportunity to serve our friends and neighbors in Verrado at Sunrise Market,” he added.  DeGiNo Coffee’s logo is a heart, with their three children: Dexiree, Gianna and Noah serving as inspiration behind the name.

Two new culinary concepts will anchor Sunrise Market under one operator. Nosh will serve as Verrado’s first dedicated breakfast spot, with a hearty breakfast. Sandwiches, salads, bowls and more star on the lunch menu five days a week, with an extensive brunch menu offered on weekends.

The Hemingway is a new destination restaurant with an interior inspired by Ernest Hemingway’s house in Cuba. A Mojito bar, oyster house and strong Southern and Latin American influences will flavor the menu. “The Hemingway will fill an unserved niche for late night bites, from 5 pm to midnight. Diners can also choose from a 4 and 8-course dining menu with everything from ceviche to Argentinian steaks,” according to Guillermo Villa of Nosh Concepts. “Nosh and The Hemingway were designed in response to the dining concepts mentioned most frequently in the City of Buckeye’s consumer survey. International cuisine, a sit- down breakfast spot and a seafood-steakhouse all top residents’ most-desired list.”

West Rose Tasting Room aims to be a community-driven space, for the neighborhood of Verrado and surrounding towns to explore new wines and meet friends for unique wine tasting experiences, while showcasing live music and local artists across the valley. Twelve rotating varieties will be offered, including local brewery guest taps for beer enthusiasts. Owners Shannon and Chad “Swift” Roberson have been active Verrado residents since 2020, recognizing the need for a unique venue for a West Valley wine tasting experience.

W&Z Asian Bistro and Sushi Bar details coming soon!

Other tenants announced for Sunrise Market include a hair salon, nail salon, barbershop and pool supply and biking store. “As a family company, our goal is to own quality real estate for the long term. The alignment of our values and those of the Verrado community has proven to be a great fit. We are committed to bringing new retail and businesses that connect with the community and its spirit at Sunrise Market,” developer Herve Sarteau said. For leasing inquiries at Sunrise Market, contact James DeCremer of Avison Young at or call 480-423-7958.

 About Sunrise Market

 Sunrise Market is a new class A retail development with 38,000 square feet at the southeast corner of Village Street and Sunrise Lane in Verrado. The center will mirror Main Street’s pedestrian-friendly, small town American appeal, integrating modern architectural elements that pay homage to the West Valley’s agricultural heritage, with greenery, trees and community spaces. Sunrise Market will be a hub for shopping, restaurants and services with a projected opening in 2024. For leasing materials, visit

HCCJ Family Partners is a boutique developer with experience in commercial and residential real estate projects that include Main Street in Verrado and span many countries, including China, Argentina, Mexico and across Europe.











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