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New development announced in Spokane Valley

— Barney's Harvest Foods, at 11205 E Dishman Mica Road in Spokane Valley, owned by brothers Ken and Jon Tuntland and 4th generation Mike Tuntland, have some exciting news. They are pleased to announce they are bringing change to the neighborhood with the development of Ponderosa Village. This process has been in the making for 1.5 years. They have chosen to reach out to the people in the community to see what they needed and wanted.

Surveys are being given out in the store encouraging the neighbors to submit ideas, suggestions and to voice any concerns. In the past 6 months the family has secured the building that formerly housed T & J Pourhouse. In the near future the building will be removed and space will be readied and landscaped for the addition, which will be named Ponderosa Village.

Phase one will begin to secure tenants who want to be part of this community; with up to 30,000 square feet of leasable space. Construction is slated to begin in the spring of 2018, and will continue as demand sees a need.

The team that put this together is a collaboration of individuals who have a long time involvement in the Spokane Valley and Barney's Harvest Foods. They are committed to this neighborhood and the community of Ponderosa Village. The architect chosen for this exciting project is Rex K Anderson of FUSION ARCHITECTURE. The Project manager is Clyde Haase.

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12/18/2017 5:18:34 PM | Vicki said:

This is great news for the neighborhood!

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