A one of a kind Asian food, retail market and shopping experience will be coming to West Jordan. Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage today announced the upcoming opening Asian City, an expansive retail complex that will include 50 stores and 10 food vendors that will give Utah residents a true feeling of being in Asia.
Asian City will open October 1 and be located at 1653 West 9000 South in West Jordan’s River Point Plaza Shopping Center. The building, which was previously home to Albertson’s supermarket, is more than 56,000 square feet on a 4.31 acre lots. The sale was brokered by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.
Asian City will include both retail and wholesale shopping. Customers will be able to find gifts, cultural items, home and party decorations, kitchen accessories, small appliances, clothes, cosmetic products and much more. There will also be an indoor farmer’s market that will run each year from April to October.
The food court will include approximately 10 eateries offering Taiwanese traditional food, pearl tea, coffee and beverages, a Hong Kong/Cantonese style bakery, Vietnamese pho and sandwiches, a Korean tofu house, Japanese sushi and udon noodles, Thai and Indian food, as well as other special Chinese treats.
Eugene Han, who also owns Ocean Mart in Sandy and the former Super China Market in Salt Lake City, said the Asian City concept was created in response to the growing demand by both the Asian ethnic community and general residents of the greater Salt Lake area for Asian food, grocery and specialty products.
“This is a one of a kind, truly extraordinary shopping attraction that will give people the experience of being inAsia,” said Jimmy Wu, Realtor with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Union Heights in Midvale. “Asian City will provide everyone with a place to learn about different Asian cultures and to experience the Asian heritage. It will also be a pleasant renewal of the tourist experience for those who have been to Asia.”
More information on Asian City may be found at www.UtahAsianCity.com. For more information, please contact Wu at 801.231.0365 or via e-mail at Jimmy.Wu@UtahHomes.com.