Shiprock/Tse' Bit' A'i
Agriculture remains one of the main sources of livelihood, as many dedicated Navajo farmers produce various farm products, along with the popular alfalfa. The Shiprock Shopping Center has 91,454 square feet of commercial space on around 26.82 acres. The current anchor tenant is the City Market Grocery Store, which generates around $210,000 per square foot. The Shopping Center occupies such well-known brands as Sonic and Taco Bell restaurants, and Navajo Arts & Crafts Enterprise (NACE). There are roughly 20 businesses and the Center runs at around 99% capacity. The Shopping Center is thriving and promises to continue to offer upscale prime goods and services in the future.
Shiprock Site Plan
Shiprock Site Data
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 fair is held in Shiprock, with the main ceremonial attraction of seasonal change.