October 31, 2012 – Building 701, located in the growing City Center Wasilla complex, is nearing completion. Western Enterprises, Inc. began constructing the 10,368 sq. ft. retail building in May of 2012.
The new building has the capacity for up to eight different businesses or can be combined for one large company. The units vary in size and can be modified to best accommodate each tenant’s needs, with the ability to expand the square footage as the business grows. Pre-leasing has already begun on the available units which feature excellent frontage on Knik-Goose Bay Road and the entrance to the complex.
This building comes on the heels of the Valley Native Primary Care Center opening. Located just a 1/4 mile from the complex, the VNPA is projected to employ around 250 personnel.
Chad Powelson, President of Western Enterprises, Inc., says City Center Wasilla is designed to help facilitate growth in this central area of the city.
Powelson says these new units will provide additional locations for medical related companies to house their outpatient services close by the hospital for client convenience, as well as provide places for the personnel to shop near their work.
Newcomers to the development will join the complex’s variety of tenants, from battery and cell phone accessories, to plumbing and heating, investment banking, tanning and hair salons, clothing retail, as well as various children’s services from day care to K-12 education and food services.
Building 701 is the 6th to be constructed on the twelve and a half acre parcel with two more buildings slated to go in over the next couple years. Other buildings on the complex include office, warehouse and combination use.
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