The center's location at one of Spokane's heaviest-traveled intersections certainly helped retailers. More than 70,000 cars pass by the center, which for more than 40 years was the site of one of the region's largest auto dealers, Wendle Ford. For information on leasing opportunities at Northtown Square, visit www.northtownsquare.com. " />
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Northtown Square exceeds first year goals

— While the 2009-2010 year has been challenging for many in retail, Spokane's Northtown Square and its tenants are celebrating a successful first year of operation. Both Chud Wendle and John Stejer, Northtown Square's managing members, attribute the shopping center's success to the support of the Spokane community, even through trying economic times. "Our blend of proven traffic draws along with unique retailers the Spokane market has been hungry for proved to be a very appealing mix," said Wendle. Wendle also points out that stores and restaurants such as Red Lobster, DSW Shoes, Dress Barn, Starbuck's and many others have attracted shoppers from not only the center's immediate neighborhood but throughout the region as well.

The center's location at one of Spokane's heaviest-traveled intersections certainly helped retailers. More than 70,000 cars pass by the center, which for more than 40 years was the site of one of the region's largest auto dealers, Wendle Ford. For information on leasing opportunities at Northtown Square, visit www.northtownsquare.com.

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