Widgets Magazine
  • Plans shaping up for NW 178th and Portland area

    Plans are taking shape for several new businesses at NW 178th and Portland.

    On the northeast corner, a large shopping center is planning to include HomeGoods, Ross Dress for Less, Popshelf and Chick-fil-A. More stores and restaurants will be included in the development.

    On the southeast corner, 7-Eleven has bought the hard corner and Braum's has acquired the property to the east.

    And on the northwest corner, a new strip center behind Sonic will soon be home to Swing Zone, a large bar and restaurant that will feature a long row of golf simulators.

    The area continues to boom with scores of new housing additions in the Deer Creek school district.

    Nearby at NW 164th & May, Homeland is well under construction and Broadway 10, Sidecar, and Hatch have announced new locations. Much more retail is planned in the center dubbed Rose Creek Plaza.

    At NW 178th & May, Jack Be Grocery is now open for business, 7-Eleven is very close, and The Winston is under construction. Starbucks and Taco Bell have recently opened with more planned in the area.

    Near the southeast corner of NW 164th and Portland, Buffalo Wild Wings is planning its first new-concept location in the state.

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