New ‘Ponderosa Village’ brings businesses to south Spokane Valley
Construction continues on the $6 million Ponderosa Village retail center that will surround the Barney’s Harvest Foods grocery store at 11205 E. Dishman-Mica Road in east Spokane Valley.
The first businesses to open in the retail center in spring 2019 were Hello Sugar and The Mix Salon and Day Spa. Nearby, TT’s Old Iron Brewery also opened at 4110 S. Bowdish Road (corner of Bowdish and Dishman-Mica).
The center, named “Ponderosa Village” by developers, consists of five buildings with roughly 25,000 square feet of space. The buildings are being constructed on the perimeter of the parcel, which currently houses a 33,000-square foot building that is home to Barney’s and a True Value hardware store. Two buildings are nearly complete, each 5,000 square feet. The buildings – five in total – will have the potential to house several commercial businesses. Clyde Haase of Spokane-based Haase landscape Inc. is serving as project manager and planner for the development. Fusion Architecture PLLC, of Liberty Lake, is designing the project.
Hello Sugar plans second location in Ponderosa Village – Sept. 23, 2018
Ponderosa Village fast-track work starts – Aug. 2, 2018
New shopping center called Ponderosa Village planned in Spokane Valley – Dec. 26, 2017
Plans call for five buildings surrounding Harvest Foods – Dec. 21, 2017
New development announced in Spokane Valley – Dec. 18, 2017