Commercial Construction in Beaverton Booms in 2020
2020 is an exciting time for commercial development in Beaverton. New hotels, the much anticipated Center for the Arts, and a wealth of new buildings will be breaking ground this year and beyond.
Curious to know what new commercial properties will be popping up? What does this mean for potential business owners? Our commercial HVAC contractors give you the lowdown on all aspects of the progress.
Commercial Projects in the Works
From retail establishments, to restaurants, to arts and entertainment, our business sector is going through dynamic changes. Here’s a brief list of current and forthcoming business calling Beaverton home:
- Two new hotels started construction at the beginning of 2019, and there are plans for more accommodations in 2020.
- More than 60 restaurants, including a wine bar and brew pub, have opened their doors nearby our Beaverton Central MAX station.
- The long awaited Center for the Arts broke ground November 13, 2019 and is expected to have its Grand Opening in the fall of 2021.
- Cedar Hills Shopping Center could see a major redevelopment with the addition of 500 apartments and new retail shops.
The ongoing projects are expected to bring in more jobs, increase tourism, and strengthen our already vibrant downtown.
Does Your Commercial Property Need an HVAC System?
Is your new business about to break ground? Have you thought about your unique commercial heating and air conditioning needs?
Whether you are still in the planning stages or close to completion, keep these money-saving facts in mind when installing your HVAC system:
- HVAC systems with higher SEER, EER, and HSPF ratings will increase your energy efficiency and save you money in utility bills over time. Maximize your savings by installing an Energy Star certified unit.
- New ductwork, that is properly installed and sealed by your HVAC contractor, improves air quality and helps maintain ideal indoor temperatures. With healthy air quality and regulated temperatures, you can avoid potential health complications like allergies and asthma.
- New HVAC systems require less maintenance upfront. Older systems can show signs of deterioration, struggle to work, or fail to function. While new HVAC units don’t require immediate care, don’t forget routine check-ups to help avoid costly repairs in the future.
At AAA Heating and Cooling, we provide expert repair, maintenance, and installation. Let one of our dedicated HVAC professionals assist you with your commercial heating and cooling needs. Contact us today!