Hole-In-One for Antelope Square

Continental East Development, a locally-based real estate development company focusing on commercial and large residential properties, revea...

Continental East Development, a locally-based real estate development company focusing on commercial and large residential properties, revealed this week that Hole-N-One Donuts & Bagels will be the most recent addition to Antelope Square. Hole-N-One Donuts & Bagels will join shopping center anchors, Walgreens and Jack in the Box, as well as Schieffer Real Estate Group as initial tenants to the newly acquired shopping center. On the border of Murrieta and Menifee, Antelope Square is an 84,000 square foot retail shopping center ideally located on the southeast corner of Scott Road and Antelope Road, providing excellent access and exposure to approximately 24,500 cars traveling past Scott Road per day.

“We are so excited to announce Hole-N-One Donuts & Bagels as our newest tenant at Antelope Square. They have been well received in the community at its original location in Murrieta and we anticipate an even greater success as they expand to Antelope Square,” said Lydia Percia, Vice President and Co-Founder, Continental East Development. “We have no doubt that with the continued growth in population to the neighboring cities, Antelope Square and its central location is in an ideal position to assist customers with their shopping, dining and additional business needs.

Hole-N-One Donuts & Bagels chose the 1200 square foot Antelope Square space as its second Murrieta location due to its proximity to Menifee and Sun City and hopes to open its doors as soon as possible. Hole-N-One offers fresh baked donuts, bagels, croissants and muffins and also serves coffee drinks, including hot and iced cappuccinos, and fresh fruit smoothies.

Hole-N-One will be open Monday through Friday 4:30am to 5pm, Saturday 5am to 5pm, and Sunday 6am to 2pm. These hours have been established in order to best serve the residential community as well as the new Loma Linda University Medical Center and Mount San Jacinto College.

Rising to the challenge within the community, CED is striving to provide new food services along with other desired amenities that will help boost business in the area instead of forcing locals to shop and dine elsewhere. CED has revised Antelope Square’s previous development plans and changed the large location that was once slated as a bank pad to a much needed drive thru coffee shop and cafĂ©/bistro with outdoor seating. The result will be an ideal spot for business lunch meetings and weekend dining with the family or a casual night out. New expansion plans have been submitted to the City of Murrieta. Subject to the City of Murrieta’s approval, ground breaking is projected to take place late summer 2011.


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  1. Great income for the city of Murrieta. Doesn't help Menifee one bit though.

  2. Tina, thanks for keeping us up to date on happenings in Murrieta.

  3. Since this center is literally on the border of Menifee, and Menifee homes wrap around the back of the shopping center, we felt it would be good to inform Menifee residents of another business that would be serving their needs.

    We are always happy to report about any business that benefits Menifee, not just in tax revenue, but in opportunities to shop, dine, and gather.

  4. I hope they put in a gym so it will help offset my trips to the donut shop. Croissants are my weakness! Thanks for the info Tina. It's not always about money!!