Happy Valley Plaza

16920 SE Sunnyside Rd, Happy Valley, OR 97015, USA
1 Units Avaiable

Property Overview

This new development is located in Happy Valley at the signalized intersection of Sunnyside Rd. and 169th Ave. Les Schwab will occupy Pad 1. Pad 2 is available via ground lease for a drive-thru operator. Future tenants will enjoy great synergy with the neighboring plaza due to the project’s prime location on the intersection and slightly higher elevation creating unobstructed site lines to Happy Valley Crossroads – a new 144,200 square foot Fred Meyer’s anchored shopping center. The population in Happy Valley has increased more than 80% over the last 15 years remaining Oregon’s fastest growing city.  Happy Valley is expected to add 11,854 households and 11,298 jobs by 2035.

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  • PAD 1 Les Schwab Tire Center
  • PAD 2 Available For Drive-Thru
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DEMOGRAPHICS 1 mile 3 mile 5 mile
Population 7,082 45,980 132,932
Median Hh Income $86,982 $85,609 $64,498
Total Housing Units 2,079 15,405 49,982
College Educated 23% 22.3% 17.36%
Total Employees 714 18,459 51,548

Property Details

  • PAD 1 Les Schwab Tire Center
  • PAD 2 Available For Drive-Thru
DEMOGRAPHICS 1 mile 3 mile 5 mile
Population 7,082 45,980 132,932
Median Hh Income $86,982 $85,609 $64,498
Total Housing Units 2,079 15,405 49,982
College Educated 23% 22.3% 17.36%
Total Employees 714 18,459 51,548

Available Units

Happy Valley PAD 2

Square Footage: TBD

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