Croskrey Ventures LLC has built two 6,000-square-foot strip malls across the street from Yoke’s Fresh Market in West Richland. The six-suite development is already fully leased.
The $3.5 million project, which includes the land, is at the corner of Paradise Way and Bombing Range Road.
The development at 1589 Bombing Range Road features 25-foot cathedral entryways and 12-foot ceilings throughout wood-framed buildings with engineered steel moment-framed structures. Each building has three units, each with its own unique address.
Tenants include Three Rivers Family Medicine’s new urgent care clinic, a boba tea shop, a physical therapy office, a Papa Murphy’s restaurant and a jiujitsu dojo.
Shannon’s Grooming, a pet store/dog grooming business, was the inspiration for the project and is the first tenant to move in.
Matthew Croskrey met his wife, Shannon, at her Pasco dog grooming job when he brought in his standard poodle, Doug, for grooming. Matthew and Shannon fell in love and married. He helped her to build a grooming salon in West Richland and when it became apparent that Shannon’s Grooming would outgrow its Paradise Way space, the couple set their sights on developing the plaza property with the help of Matthew’s father, developer Nathan Croskrey.
George Booth IV of Booth & Sons Construction is the general contractor.
Ed Luebben of WHL Engineering is the architect.