Thursday, June 27, 2013

Big, New Businesses Around the State

This week our Around the State business news includes some big announcements! Several construction projects are in the works for new businesses:
  • Kaiser Permanente will build a medical clinic at Keizer Station. It will employ more than 10 physicians and 50 medical support staff. Keizertimes, 6/20/2013 
  • Heartwood Place Memory Care, an $8.5-million, 31-unit facility, is under construction in Woodburn. Woodburn Independent, 6/18/2013 
  • Construction began on a new headquarters for Northwest Community Credit Union in Eugene. About 150 people will initially be employed at the $24.5-million, 67,000-square-foot building, with capacity to expand to 300. The Register-Guard, 6/16/2013 
  • Gramor Development plans to build a six-building, 65,000-square-foot commercial development called Kruse Village in Lake Oswego by the fall of 2014. It will include shops, restaurants, and medical offices. The Oregonian, 6/14/2013 
  • The Coos County Historical Society will break ground on a new museum in Coos Bay this month. It will feature five themed galleries with changing displays and will open in the fall of 2014. The World, 6/15/2013
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