YAKIMA, WA-- Business
developers in West Valley say they are considering adding more retail stores, restaurants
and condos to the area.
ago, the Wal-Mart shopping center came to West Valley bringing more shoppers
and more money to the area.
other large businesses might be heading there as well.
is no set date for developers to start building, but the city said the West Valley
area is definitely ready for this to happen.
city as a whole is really primed for some more retail growth and we've
certainly seen this is going to happen in the west valley as well. The Wal-Mart got that started, but you've
also seen some really nice residential growth," said Economic Development
Manager, Sean Hawkins.
Hawkins also said there's potential to expand and develop West Valley
because of the high income level in the area, and a lack of large commercial
businesses where people want to shop.
Friday, December 6 2013 8:09 PM EST2013-12-07 01:09:02 GMT
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