Development

Hanford Costco project seeks input

Hanford Marketplace developers are asking the local community for input on what businesses and restaurants they would like to see in the new shopping center.

Hanford to receive regional planning award

The City of Hanford was recognized along with consultants Quad Knopf and Zumwalt-Hansen & Associates for a plan to revitalize the city's eastern downtown and entrance.

Selma Arts Center wins design award

The Selma Arts Center received special recognition from the Society of American Registered Architects.The Selma Arts Center was honored with a national design award from the Society of American Registered Architects during a ceremony last week in Palm Springs. 

Dozier elected development association president

Mike Dozier, executive director of the Office of Community and Economic Development at Fresno State.Fresno State's Mike Dozier has been elected the 2014-15 president of the University Economic Development Association (UEDA). Dozier has worked at Fresno State since 2009 and is the executive director of the Office of Community and Economic Development.

Input sought for Ventura/Kings Canyon project

Business owners and residents along Fresno's Kings Canyon corridor are invited to a community workshop Sept. 6 where they will be able to weigh in on a plan to revitalize the street and make it more pleasant for pedestrians.

Granville to unveil Crichton Place

Crichton PlaceGranville Homes will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony tomorrow for its newest downtown Fresno housing development, Crichton Place.

East Visalia commercial center approved

The Visalia Planning Commission last night approved a new development on the city's eastern fringe that calls for a hotel, strip mall and other commercial services.

New $65K website flush with Fresno County data

Did you know for every 100,000 residents, there are 39.1 art-related businesses in California, but only 7.6 in Fresno County?

Report: Fresno near average for sprawl

Fresno's not the greatest example of how to keep sprawl contained, but it's not the worst either, a new report showed.

Work on Madera’s 6,578-home Gateway Village starts July

Tim Jones, member and manager of Gateway Village Development LLC.Initial grading is slated to begin in July for the long-planned 6,578-home Gateway Village development in Madera, a project that faced multiple delays after developer Castle & Cooke acquired it in 1990.