Chinook Lumber to move to new site at 436th Avenue and Cedar Falls Way; Construction to begin this month

  • Wednesday, October 11, 2017 10:21am
  • Business

Chinook Lumber in North Bend will be moving soon, to a new, larger location at the intersection of 436th Avenue SE and Cedar Falls Way.

Construction will begin in this month. The new lot is 4.42 acres.

“We will triple our size, which will enable us to be able to carry many more products,” Chinook Lumber North Bend store manager Jim Freeman, said.

“After doing business for 25 years in the same location, we are looking forward to serving customers in a new, larger building.”

Chinook Lumber is slated to open in the fall of 2018.

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