If you have been wondering what the source of the construction behind Lincoln City’s Goodwill is, the answer is across the street at Bruce Polvi’s Electronic Superstore.
Polvi explained that he has owned the lot behind Goodwill for 20 years and has decided to start building for possibly five new tenants—which he could not name at the time.
“It’s going to be an office building and we think we’ve got upwards of three to five tenants lined up,” he said. “It’s going to be nice—there is about 9,000 square feet of space in what will be the building. The lot is a little over half an acre—about 25,000 square feet. It’ll be a two level building—there will be three tenants on the upper floor and two tenants on the lower floor.”
Polvi said the weather has been holding steady and the project has been keeping him very busy.
“We’re going to be busy into the winter,” he said. “I am hoping we get done by the first quarter of next year, somewhere in the January or February period of that year. It depends on how our winter goes.”
Polvi said he purchased the land originally as a planned future project, and since his tenant space has filled up at the Mid City Plaza, creating more building space felt like a good business move.