Raising Cane’s Confirmed Tenant at The Magnet Shopping Center 

The brand leads leasing efforts at the new development.
Raising Cane’s Confirmed Tenant at The Magnet Shopping Center
Photo: Raising Cane’s

The Magnet Shopping Center, a new commercial and retail development project in San Jacinto, will include the addition of a Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers. According to city records, the QSR chain has been confirmed as a tenant at the site, located at the southeast corner of Ramona Expressway and State Street,

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Featuring a mix of retail outlets, dining options, and essential amenities, the Magnet Shopping Center is to be a 114,523-square-foot plaza that transforms the business scene in town. The other anchor tenant that has been confirmed is Burlington clothing store.

Plans say the center will encompass a range of offerings, including a convenience store, gas station, grocery store, automated carwash, and multiple retail and restaurant pads that are still available. There are 14 parcels, with sizes ranging from .38 acres to 1.54 acres.

“Raising Cane’s and Burlington are the first two that have signed up for that, and they’ve submitted site plans, signage applications, and building drawings, so we know those two are definitely coming. As more retailers have submitted we’ll keep you updated on that,” City Manager Rob Johnson said in a meeting.

Katie Porter

Katie Porter

Katie Porter is a journalist and copywriter located in the Mile High City of Denver, Colorado. She has always been a news junkie, keen to stay informed about what's going on in her community and the world and keeping an eye out for any interesting nuggets or stories. Her articles appear in a number of publications, including 1851 Franchise, Estatenvy, Boulder Weekly, el Don News, TheThings, and more.
Katie Porter

Katie Porter

Katie Porter is a journalist and copywriter located in the Mile High City of Denver, Colorado. She has always been a news junkie, keen to stay informed about what's going on in her community and the world and keeping an eye out for any interesting nuggets or stories. Her articles appear in a number of publications, including 1851 Franchise, Estatenvy, Boulder Weekly, el Don News, TheThings, and more.

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