Locations

Located north of Fort Defiance on Navajo Route 12 is the Navajo Pine Shopping Center. The Shopping Center comprises some 18,000 square feet and is targeted as a prime location for outdoor sports and recreation business opportunities. Potential business owners can expect to reap traffic from local tourists en-route to major attractions, such as Monument Valley, and Canyon De Chelly, all of which are along the Navajo Nation Scenic Highways routes—Navajo Route 12 and State Route 264....

Pinon Shopping Center comprises 45,229 square feet and is located in Pinon, Arizona. The Shopping Center was designed and completed in December 1993. The community of Pinon was rated second among the Navajo Nation’s several growth centers. It is one of the more progressive and traditional communities, rich in both culture and community involvement. Local community leaders have taken great strides to involve local government and private partnership that sustains joint action by area agencies...

Dilkon is strategically located in the northeastern part of Arizona and the southwest part of the Navajo Nation. It is surrounded by major Arizona attractions such as the famous Painted Desert, Homolovi Ruins, and Meteor Crater, which attracts thousands of visitors each year. Dilkon is also well known for its volcanic land formations and Painted Desert features, and in the horizon to the west are the majestic San Francisco Peaks. The Dilkon Shopping Center is the newest of the 10 Shopping...

The Kayenta Shopping Center comprises 81,567 square feet and is located in the Navajo County in Northwestern Arizona off of State Route 89 North. Kayenta is among the Navajo Nation’s top growth centers. The strong local support offers retailers sound substantial share of revenue, with 3 to 5 million tourists visiting the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, and Utah’s Bryce Canyon. Kayenta, also known as Kayenta Township, is the only incorporated municipality in the Navajo Nation. It is managed by...

The Navajo name for Tuba City, Tó Naneesdizí translates as “tangled waters” which refers to the many springs below the surface of the ground which, are the source of several reservoirs. Tuba City is located within the Painted Desert on the western side of the Navajo Nation. The town is situated on State Route 160, near the junction of State Route 264. Tuba City is located approximately 77.4 miles from Flagstaff, Arizona and 50 miles from the eastern entrance to Grand Canyon National Park....

Window Rock is one of the most famous Arizona attractions. It is flourishing with rich culture, wildlife & outdoor recreation and is one of the most thriving business / government growth centers on the Navajo Nation. It is located on two routes nominated by the Arizona Scenic Byways program as a historic and scenic corridor: Navajo Route 12 and State Route 264. Major attractions along the routes include the renowned Window Rock sandstone formation, Monument Valley, Canyon De Chelly,...

Located on Highway 264, next to the Navajo Nation Fairgrounds, home of the World’s Largest American Indian Fair, the St. Michaels Shopping Center profits from the outlying development of the Window Rock / Ft. Defiance trading area. The expected continued growth of the St. Michaels Shopping Center, which sits close to the Capital of the Navajo Nation, is on the horizon of meeting the needs of the local communities. “Window Rock,” an administrative area, is similar to the District of Columbia...

The Pinehill Community is located approximately 60 miles southeast of the heart of Navajoland and Gallup, New Mexico. With the recent development of the El Malpais National Monument, tourism activity has increased tremendously. The location provides routes to such major attractions as the El Morro National Monument, the Ice Caves, Chain of Craters, and the Zuni Pueblo, making Highways 53 and 602 prime travel routes. The Pinehill Shopping Center was completed in December 1993 and sits on a...

Shiprock, New Mexico is featured on some of the most popular cultural and scenic tours in New Mexico. Located along popular highways extending from Farmington, New Mexico to the heart of Navajoland are the volcanic land formations—volcanic neck and the San Juan River Corridor. Shiprock is situated in the northeastern part of the Navajo Nation. It extends into the northeast portion of Arizona, the southeastern corner of Utah, and the northwest corner of New Mexico. The oldest Navajo Nation...

Crownpoint, New Mexico is located in the Gallup Metro Area, in McKinley County. Crownpoint benefits from the McKinley County fast-growing population. As a result, Crownpoint’s initiative to foster continual growth serves as a catalyst for economic and community development. Its primary focus is to increase business opportunities for local entrepreneurs, thus "merging commerce with small business opportunity." The Crownpoint Shopping Center consists of 43,838 square feet of commercial space....