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Tuesday, December 26, 2017

New shopping center called Ponderosa Village planned in Spokane Valley

A mix of new retail, restaurants and more will be included in a new multi-building shopping center development coming soon to the 11200 block of S. Dishman-Mica Rd in Spokane Valley. The new development will be called Ponderosa Village and will consist of several commercial units in 5 buildings all surrounding an already existing anchor store. In all there will be somewhere between 25-30,000 square feet of new leasable commercial space created.

The buildings will be to the west and south of Barney's Harvest Foods grocery store which also has an in house True Value hardware store. There are no tenants signed on to the new buildings but the developers are seeking out potential businesses that would make a good fit for the area. Construction will likely begin in the Spring but the exact timeline for construction / opening is still being worked out.

A small bar that had been on the site along Dishman Mica Rd will be demolished to make way for the development. Three of the new buildings will be along Dishman Mica Rd and 2 more northerly, closer to E. 40th St. . The project will likely be built out in phases depending on tenant demand and developers plan to mail surveys and ask around their area of Spokane Valley to see what the people who actually live there would like to see in Ponderosa Village.

Fusion Architecture PLLC has done the design work on the development and there hasn't been a contractor chosen for the project just yet. Keep watching this site for more information on Ponderosa Village as this new project progresses.


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