Greenwood Heights ready for Main Street

The Greenwood Heights development at Main Street (or 184th Street East) and Sumner-Buckley Highway will begin the first phase of building sometime in 2009, according to Bonney Lake city officials.

Building the first phase of two-story townhouses to begin in 2009

The Greenwood Heights development at Main Street (or 184th Street East) and Sumner-Buckley Highway will begin the first phase of building sometime in 2009, according to Bonney Lake city officials.

The development firm recently completed the 184th Street extension, which has been renamed Main Street. The extension runs from Sumner-Buckley Highway to 182nd Avenue East. The road was completed with curbs and gutters and trees. Christmas lights were put on the trees by the developer.

The development will be built on about four acres with a total of about 100 apartments and townhouses. The first phase of building will be 20 to 21 townhouses on the north portion of the property. The townhouses will be limited to two stories to avoid obstructing the neighbors’ view.

A mixed use structure will front Main Street and the Sumner-Buckley Highway with office spaces below and residential units above.

It’s expected Main Street will be open early in 2009.

Reach Dennis Box at dbox@courierherald.com or 360-802-8209.




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