With the popularity of the Kendall Yards urban village style development near Downtown Spokane, it only makes cense to try the urban mixed use project format in other parts of Spokane. And, while not all of details seem to be set in stone right now, another urban project will soon rise on the South Hill.
The project is called Quail Run and we we're alerted to this by The #Spokanerising Project, a very interesting local urban planning blog ( http://spokanerising.wordpress.com/ ) . And a little research turns up that Quail Run does look like a plan that could become one of the largest and hottest projects in Spokane.
To add to good ideas behind the project, Quail Run also has the whole location, location , location thing going for it. Because Quail Run will be located on current vacant land about a block west of the Southeast Blvd/ E. 29th Ave. intersection on E. 29th . The project is also only blocks from the Trader Joe's anchored Lincoln Heights Shopping Center, and even closer to the Rosauers anchored Lincoln View Shopping Center.
Quail Run appears to be largely commercial with the developments web site showing three possible site plans. All of which show a number of available units facing a main central roadway that has yet to be built. In one of the possible site plans, a large building , probably for a big box store is also included. However no big box or any tenants have been announced as of yet.
The development plans to be pedestrian friendly with walkways and water features throughout. The project is still obviously in the planning phases but leasing is already underway and some work has already been done to ready the site.
Leasing for Quail Run is being done by Cornerstone Property Management. Information from Cornerstone can be found on the official Quail Run web site at-
We will keep a close eye on this project as it develops as we expect a lot of exciting news from this site in the very near future. If have any info on tenants and other plans at Quail Run contact us anytime via firstname.lastname@example.org or http://www.inlandnwbusiness.com/p/submit-new-business-tip.html