Bend, Oregon – NorthWest Crossing today announced that the newest building in its Neighborhood Center will house several new companies. Anchor tenants Riley’s Market, a neighborhood grocery, and Umpqua Community Bank, will occupy two of three street-level spaces along NW Crossing Drive. Upstairs office space in the same building is filled by: DMK Golf Designs, a golf course design firm; Cascade Mortgage; Monique Nebolon, DO, PC, psychiatrist; Exeros, computer software development; and RDS Designs and High Timber Construction, custom home design and building.

David Ford, general manager for NorthWest Crossing said, “When we began developing NorthWest Crossing, we promised that conveniences would be built into the neighborhood. All the companies that have joined us here have helped us to truly deliver on that promise. There is a buzz and excitement among our residents at having these additional amenities within walking distance of their homes.”

The commercial building that houses the new tenants has been registered for the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Core and Shell Program. A Silver Designation is expected to be granted later this summer.

The new NorthWest Crossing tenants join other Neighborhood Center businesses Sage Café; Takara Treasures, gift shop; Healthy Paws, pet store; Portello Winecafé; and several others. Another new building on the southeast corner of Mt Washington Drive and NW Crossing Drive is being considered by several restaurant proprietors.

NorthWest Crossing is a mixed-use community on Bend’s west side which was selected as the 2006 Most Successful Development in Oregon by BUILDERnews magazine and was also a 2006 featured project by the Urban Land Institute. West Bend Property Company LLC, a partnership of Brooks Resources Corporation and Tennant Family Limited Partnership, is developing the community. Both companies, based in Bend, have solid histories of commitment to thoughtful, quality real estate developments in Central Oregon. Their goal of creating a livable and sustainable community at NorthWest Crossing is rooted in their understanding and respect for the true essence of Bend and the Central Oregon lifestyle. To find out more, visit the NorthWest Crossing real estate website.

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