New commercial building in south Kennewick

A 6,500-square-foot build-to-suit community commercial space is available at 4253 W. 24th Ave. in rapidly growing south Kennewick.

The $1.3 million project, which includes the cost of land, wrapped up this past fall between South Union Street and Highway 395, just north of the 27th Avenue roundabout.

Featuring a contemporary design with a touch of classic appeal, the interior space has an open floor plan with a loft and is energy-efficient.

The owners and general contractors on the project are Loren and Teri Sharp, Tri-City-based business owners and property developers for more than 45 years. The Sharps plan to lease the upscale space to professional office users, which will complement the neighboring businesses.

Bruce Baker of N2K Design in Richland was the architect.

Prospective tenants are asked to contact Scott Sautell of SVN Retter & Co. at 509-430-8986 for leasing information.

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