Fast food, convenience store coming to Tehaleh development


Fast food lovers in Tehaleh, rejoice. New businesses are coming your way.

Cleveland-based Visconsi Companies has purchased a nine-acre commercial site in Tehaleh near Bonney Lake for the community’s first major commercial development, Brookfield Properties announced Thursday.

The planned Canyon View Village Center will be on either side of Canyon View Boulevard north of Cascadia Boulevard East.

Anchor tenants include 7-Eleven and Wendy’s, as well as a coffee shop, full-service restaurants, dental office, daycare and other businesses and services, according to the announcement.

According to the release, “the center’s tenants will adhere to Tehaleh’s architectural standards, with 7-Eleven unveiling a one-of-a-kind design for this location.”

“Visconsi Companies is committed to providing much-needed services conveniently located within Tehaleh,” Scott Jones, senior vice president of operations at Brookfield Properties, said in a statement. “They know how to create successful malls that serve their communities and fit in with local aesthetics.”

“Tehaleh is so walkable. Soon residents will be able to walk and grab a liter of milk or stop for a Frosty after going to the park on a hot day,” said Brad Goldberg, vice president of development at Visconsi Companies.

Construction is expected to begin this month with the first tenant opening in early spring 2023, according to the release.

Visconsi Companies is involved in the development of shopping malls, healthcare facilities and other real estate projects. It is tied to other projects in the area, including the Mountain View Marketplace anchored by Costco in Bonney Lake.

Tehaleh, a residential community near Lake Bonney, has about 8,700 residents and two elementary schools, as well as parks and trails, among other amenities.

This story was originally published May 13, 2022 5:00 a.m.

Debbie Cockrell has worked for The News Tribune since 2009. She reports on business and development, local and regional issues.


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