New Tools to Aid in PV Retail/Commercial Development
As we continue to march forward into the new year, new tools are being rolled out to aid the private sector with retail/commercial development in Prescott Valley, particularly during the market evaluation, site selection and due diligence processes.
The first tool is the creation of a website that is specifically designed to address the informational needs of commercial/retail brokers, developers and other stakeholders. The new website can be found at ed.pvaz.net.
Some of the tools that you can find at the newly created ed.pvaz.net include:
Another new tool can be found within the website itself, as well as your inbox, in the form of a blog. Blog postings will be released every 4-6 weeks with the exception of the next blog post that you can expect to arrive in your inbox in the next week or two.
I realize that this will be yet another blog to fill your inbox and as such, the Prescott Valley Economic Development blog will be concise and to the point. I commit to always keeping the posts under 500 words.
The goal of the blog is to ensure you are able to stay up-to-date on all current happenings in Prescott Valley as it relates to commercial/retail development. This blog will act as one tool to help you in evaluating the right time for yourself or your clients to enter the Prescott Valley market.
The blog posts will include but are not limited to:
Redevelopment of existing commercial/retail buildings
New businesses opening up shop in Prescott Valley
New residential developments approved by Prescott Valley Town Council
Development Opportunities at shovel ready sites
Important publications and events
Major Capital Improvement Projects
The Town of Prescott Valley is excited to roll out these new tools for your use. If you have any suggestions that you feel could enhance either the blog or the website, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me using the contact info below. I’m excited to continue to work with each of you to grow Prescott Valley and ensure our market is adequately supporting the commercial/retail needs of our always-expanding population.
Ben Hooper, Economic Development Coordinator, 928-759-3106, firstname.lastname@example.org