Bassett Place to Add Entertainment Complex in El Paso

Bassett Place’s Café Plaza Food Court will be redeveloped into a smaller, six-unit facility. Bassett Place’s Café Plaza Food Court will be redeveloped into a smaller, six-unit facility.

El Paso, Texas — Cypress Equities plans to renovate Bassett Place mall’s food court and add the area’s first Dave & Buster’s into the current merchant roster.

Dave & Buster’s anticipates the opening of the new El Paso location at Bassett Place later this year. To make way for the nearly 36,000-square-foot entertainment destination, Bassett Place’s Café Plaza Food Court will be redeveloped into a smaller six-unit facility. The existing food court will be closed for the remainder of 2015, with new eateries slated to open during the first quarter of 2016.

Built in 1962 on 56 acres of what was then the far-east side of El Paso, Bassett Place is El Paso’s original shopping center. The development is anchored by Costco Wholesale, Kohl’s, Ross, Target and Premiere Cinemas + IMAX. Specialty shops include Finish Line, Rack Room Shoes, David’s Bridal, GameStop, rue21, Express, F.Y.E and Office Depot.

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