Frequently Asked Questions

What is planned for the former site of Paradise Valley Mall?

  • PV is a multi-phase, multi-year mega mixed-use development that will be home to a 3+ acre central park and community gathering place situated amongst a mecca of dining, entertainment and retail experiences anchored by Whole Foods.
  • Phase one will be host to a 400-unit multi-family luxury development by StreetLights Residential, three best-in-class upscale restaurants, and a large format fitness and residential concept.
  • Phase one is anticipated to be open mid-2024.
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What is the new name of development?

  • In honoring the more than 40-year history and legacy of the former mall and significance in the neighborhood, the new development is simply named: PV


Are retail, restaurant, and office leasing opportunities available?

  • Yes. Commercial leasing information available HERE.


Does the new development include residential units available for sale?

  • RED Development and Macerich, in partnership with Streetlights Residential, are under construction on phase one which includes a mixed-use development consisting of a Whole Foods grocery store, restaurants and retail, and a multifamily, rental apartment community.
  • For residential leasing information, visit
  • Watch for updates on future mixed-use phases.


Will there be a community gathering place in the new development?

  • Yes. PV is about building a strong and enduring sense of community. A 3+ acre central park will provide a gathering place and be host to events and community activities and celebrate coming together.


Will there be shaded walkways to continue to provide the community with a place to walk and exercise?

  • The redevelopment will be an open-air, town center-style that will promote outdoor walkable paths, a connection between phases and connecting drive lanes. Shade and heat mitigation features will be prioritized and implemented wherever possible.
  • Phase one also includes a large format fitness concept. Watch for more information to come.


Are Costco, JcPenney and the Phoenix Public Library part of the redevelopment?

  • Costco, JcPenney and the Phoenix Public Library remain open during construction.


Will the final “cube” be saved?

  • The Union Jack entry cubes that were installed as a part of the original Paradise Valley Mall architecture in 1979 are not salvageable. The new PV logo was inspired by this iconic feature to preserve their legacy.
  • Check out all the ways the legacy of Paradise Valley Mall has been preserved HERE.


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