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Restaurants, sundries and services stretch a 4-mile business corridor of Clearwater Avenue, regularly traveled especially by local commuters.
The region’s retail and entertainment hub features the only shopping center within a 100-mile radius and an ongoing stream of events at the coliseum and convention center, driving explosive residential and commercial growth in west Kennewick.
Strategically located just west of Columbia Center.
From high-traffic entrances at Highway 395/Highway 240 in the west and Highway 397 in the east, tourists and locals find easy access to waterfront dining, public art, a marina and hotel amenities at Clover Island. Island pad sites and property near the Urban Wine and Artisan Village on Columbia Drive are available from the Port of Kennewick.
Specialty shops, spirits, goodies and galleries reflect the unique character and nostalgic charm of this historic district. Mixed uses include light industrial, food processing, commercial business and pockets of residential neighborhoods.
Booming with ongoing residential construction, schools and a new hospital, residents in this southern gateway entrance to Kennewick enjoy easy interstate access, fantastic views and a savvy selection of nearby shops and dining.
Three Rivers Campus
The Three Rivers Campus is nestled between Kennewick's Columbia Center Regional Shopping Area and the 103 acre Vista Field Redevelopment. Watch the Western Hockey League Tri-City Americans play a game in the 7,200 seat Toyota Center, or enjoy your next business meeting in the comforts of the Three Rivers Convention Center.
Master planning to redevelop a 113-acre former airfield at the heart of the region’s commercial center, centrally located just east of Columbia Center retail and entertainment district, is underway.