Maverik Inc., the Salt Lake City-based fueling station and convenience store chain, plans to construct two new outlets in the Spokane area in addition to two stores currently under construction and another new Maverik store that opened last week.
The city of Spokane Valley has approved building permits for a $3.3 million Maverik project planned at 2702 N. Sullivan, although a requested grading permit was still pending as of last week, planning records there show.
Another Maverik outlet to be located in Spokane’s Hillyard neighborhood is in the beginning of planning stages at the city of Spokane.
The site for the Hillyard project, which has an estimated value of $4.6 million, is at 6225 N. Market.
A predevelopment application submitted to the city of Spokane shows Maverik plans to begin construction on that project this summer.
Each outlet will have a 5,500-square-foot convenience store.
The preliminary site plan for the Hillyard store shows that the store will have nine fueling islands with a total of 18 pumps.
The Valley project filings include applications for a convenience store, a 4,400-square-foot main fuel-pump canopy, and a separately covered 1,700-square-foot fuel-pump island with recreational vehicle access.
Troy Jorgensen, Maverik’s construction director, says the company hopes to begin construction on the Valley store next month.
Utah Cameron Construction Co., of Salt Lake City, will be the contractor on the Valley project, Jorgenson says. A contractor hasn’t been selected yet for the Hillyard project, he says.
JZW Architects, of North Salt Lake, Utah, designed the planned projects.
The fueling centers will be similar to three other new Spokane-area Maverik outlets, one of which opened last week at 4337 S. Regal, on the South Hill.
A Maverik outlet also is expected to open in July at 1019 E. Francis, at the northeast corner of Francis Avenue and Nevada Street on the North Side, Jorgensen says, and construction recently started on a Maverik outlet at 9009 E. Montgomery in Spokane Valley.
Maverik operates more than 270 outlets in 10 Western states.
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