HESPERIA, Calif. — Earlier this week, The Bradco Companies announced they were awarded the exclusive rights to market two retail pads adjacent to the newly built Texas Roadhouse located at 9601 Mariposa Road in Hesperia.
President of The Bradco Companies Joseph W. Brady, said Mr. Steve Ortiz, the Developer of the Texas Roadhouse, has thirty-five plus years of restaurant experience, with more than eighteen years of experience with Texas Roadhouse, Inc. (the “Corporation”).
Mr. Ortiz joined the company when there were only six restaurants there are now over 550. He has had a personal interest in 25 of those.
“With over 105,000± cars traveling both North and South bound on Interstate 15 at the Main Street Interchange this is just an excellent & exceptional retail opportunity for the right gas station, convenience store, food or retail user,” explained Brady.
The two parcels total 4.86± acres and each parcel is 2.71± acres and 2.15± acres with utilities are available for the retail users.
“We have a rather aggressive list of National tenants that we believe will really believe will complement the developed by Texas Roadhouse,” explained Brady.
The Hesperia location is the largest Texas Roadhouse facility in the country at 8,531± Sq. ft. They are in the top five in volume doing short of a million dollars a month. There are 205 employees and 378 seats.
“When you think about the fact that they just serve dinner only, these are pretty awesome and staggering numbers,” explained Brady.
“We are excited to work with the economic development of the City of Hesperia and their very progressive City Council,” stated Brady.
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