Grand Canyon Pizza Village in Arizona is about to get a new home – report

By Simon Hradecky, created Thursday, December 07, 2019 14:55:37A new home for Grand Canyon pizza has been built in the middle of a remote and mountainous region in Arizona, but the land is only owned by a local company and not a foreign one.

The Pizza Village will be built in a ranch-style structure, on a hillside surrounded by trees and farmland.

The village will be the first new pizza restaurant in Arizona for more than a decade, after Pizza Town, which opened in 2012, closed in 2013.

This is a big development for the town of about 10,000 people.

“Grand Canyon Pizza Town is a really nice place to be, and it’s really nice to be a pizza place in the desert, and to have a restaurant there that’s locally owned and owned locally, and in a rural area that’s still relatively rural,” said John Echols, Pizza Town’s general manager.

Echols said the Pizza Village would be operated by a small family business owned by his father, and would provide a way for locals to come and visit the pizza.

“We’re trying to make it a place that’s a place you can walk in and go for a pizza,” he said.

A spokesman for the Arizona Department of Agriculture said the agency was not involved in the development.


Baldy, an Arizona state park, said the town’s owners plan to sell the property to the Arizona Republic, which owns the property.

For years, Grand Canyon, which has more than 1.3 million residents, has been the center of a dispute over its ownership.

In 2016, a state agency called for the sale of the property, which sits at the base of a mountain called Mt.


The agency said the sale would benefit the town, and that it had the right to sell it.

But the Arizona Legislature and Gov.

Doug Ducey blocked the sale, saying it would have a negative impact on the state’s economy.

The town sued the Arizona State Lands Commission, the state agency that oversees state parks, claiming it has exclusive rights to the land.

The court sided with the state and said the commission had no right to negotiate for the lease.

The town said in a lawsuit that the sale was based on speculation.

It’s unclear when the town plans to reopen.