Kennewick homebuilders plan new headquarters

Infinity, Promade, RP Development owners building 31,000-square-foot building near Cottonwood school

The owners of Infinity Homes of Washington, Promade Homes and RP Development are building a 31,000-square-foot building at 105609 E. Wiser Parkway.

The new warehouse and showroom are under construction just south of Interstate 82 in unincorporated Benton County, near CSS Mini Storage, just a stone’s throw from Cottonwood Elementary School.

The building will include a 24,000-square-foot warehouse for RP Development, named for owners Russ Golbatyuk and Peter Strijak. It also will feature 7,000 square feet of space for a showroom where clients may visit to pick out custom home features like cabinets, tile and trim, as well as a conference room and office space for both Infinity and Promade.

The company currently is leasing a 2,000-square-foot space on West Deschutes Avenue in Kennewick, not far from the former Vista Field, where about 15 employees are based.

General Manager Paul Lavrentiev said the company “is excited to have outgrown” the current office, as it builds about 150 to 170 new homes a year.

This year’s goal is to complete 200 homes, and the effort will be boosted by the new location headquarters, set to open in the fall, he said.

Infinity builds custom homes with price points starting in the upper $300,000 range. Its homes may be found throughout the Tri-Cities, including neighborhoods like Westcliffe and Southridge.

Promade homes have a lower price point, ranging between $240,000 to $300,000, and a large number of Promade homes are near Road 84 and Chapel Hill boulevard in west Pasco.

The new building on Wiser Parkway is valued at $2.5 million and the general contractor is P&R Construction LLC, also owned by Golbatyuk and Strijak.

The foundation is poured for the steel-framed building that will become the warehouse, with work on that portion completed by O’Brien Construction Co. Inc. of Kennewick.

Other subcontractors used for the project are contracted by the company for work on its residential projects.

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