Sequim: Plans for huge regional shopping center filed

SEQUIM — Plans to build a regional shopping center with 800,000 square feet of commercial space were filed Thursday afternoon with the city Planning Department.

The shopping center, called Sequim Town Square, would be built on more than 63 acres east of downtown.

If approved, it would span both sides of East Washington Street and abut U.S. Highway 101 from just east of Ramada Inn to about halfway up the hill leading east out of Sequim.

North of Washington Street, the property extends west to North Rhodefer Road.

Commercial Development LLC, owned by Christopher Kang of Tacoma, is listed as developer for the project.

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