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Volume 12, Issue 2
February 2014


Timberland center update

Gramor Development partner Matt Grady says, “April will mark the time period when Market of Choice will start up all their interior improvements. We will be continuing our work on the shop buildings, and all the site work including street improvements. The plan is to open the entire center up this fall.”


In addition to the Market of Choice, the following tenants are signed up and ready to go:

Ava Roasteria, a local coffee shop, with the original location in downtown Beaverton, and a recently-opened second store in Progress Ridge, another Gramor development in south Beaverton. It’s an environmentally friendly, free-trade coffee house with great pastries, sandwiches, and house-made soups and sandwiches. They also provide catering for business events. The Beaverton location is open 24 hours a day, but we don’t know if the Cedar Mill location will keep those hours. They have live music in both the current stores some evenings.Their website can be found at

Barre3 is an exercise studio that combines ballet, Pilates, and yoga principles. It was founded by Portland local Sadie Lincoln. It’s growing fast with franchise locations around the country.

B'Tan Sun Studio is another local company, offering tanning beds and airbrush tanning.

La Belle Nail Salon has locations in Lake Oswego and West Linn, and offers a variety of nail and waxing services.

Mud Bay Natural Dog and Cat Foods has a number of stores in Washington state. It looks like this will be their first Oregon location. They were founded in 1988, and gradually built their stock and reputation for carefully-researched healthy foods for dogs and cats.

Zucari Home & Garden currently has a store on NW 23rd in Portland, and will be moving to the Cedar Mill location as soon as the shops are ready. They carry a variety of home and garden decor items and gifts. Find them on Facebook, as they apparently don’t have a website!

We look forward to finding out about the rest of the shops and restaurants that will populate the center.

There was a little kerfuffle last fall, when Gramor closed Cedar Falls Drive, the street that will run down the “main street” of the new center between 118th and the new Cedar Falls apartment development along Lost Springs Terrace.  Residents were upset because it gave them a longer drive. Last November, Gramor VP and Director of Construction said, “As soon as we can safely open the street, and our work to complete the improvements within the Right of Way has been accepted by the City of Beaverton, we will quickly dedicate and open the street to the public. We anticipate that time frame being mid-July of 2014.” Now it appears that may not happen until later in the summer or early fall. Such are the vagaries of commercial development!

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