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How Many Walmart stores are there in Beaverton?

To date, the city has issued land use approvals for two Walmart grocery stores. The Cornell store, located near the intersection of 173rd and Cornell, opened its doors in May 2012. The store occupies a building that was previously an Ashley Furniture store. The second store location is on Apple Way, near the intersection of Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy and Laurelwood, and is expected to open in January 2013. The site was previously a Zupan’s grocery store.

Walmart has purchased the former Haggen site on Murray Boulevard. Walmart submitted a land use application for minor site and building modifications, including new mechanical units, parking lot striping, and additional landscape area. The application is being reviewed by city staff and a decision is expected by mid-December 2012.

Are there additional locations where Walmart will locate?

To the best of our knowledge, Walmart Neighborhood Market will have three locations in Beaverton. Two locations have already received city approval and the third location is currently being reviewed for compliance with city policies and codes.

The city is not aware of any plans by Walmart to build a “superstore” in Beaverton.

What are the site specifics for the Cornell store?

The site is zoned CS (Community Service), which allows retail uses. Walmart received Conditional Use approval for extended hours of operation, with restrictions on parking lot sweeping between the hours of 12 a.m. and 6 a.m. The store will not be open to the public between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. without first obtaining a separate Conditional Use approval.

The building was constructed in 2007 and is approximately 43,000 square feet. A Design Review Compliance Letter (DRCL) application was approved by the city for minor site and building modifications.

17275 NW Cornell Road

WalNart at 17275 NW Cornell Rd. 

What are the site specifics for the Apple Way store?

The site is zoned CS (Community Service), which allows retail uses. Walmart received Conditional Use approval for extended hours of operation, with restrictions on truck deliveries and trash compactor use between the hours of 12 a.m. and 6 a.m. The store will not be open to the public between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. without first obtaining a separate Conditional Use approval.

The building was constructed in 1996 and is approximately 25,000 square feet. A Design Review Compliance Letter (DRCL) application was approved by the city for minor site and building modifications.

8235 SW Apple Way

WalNart at 8235 SW Apple Way

What are the site specifics for the Murrayhill (Haggen) store?

The site is zoned CS (Community Service), which allows retail uses. The former tenant received approval to operate 24 hours a day, with a restriction on truck deliveries between the hours of 12 a.m. and 4 a.m. Since Walmart proposes to comply with the same restrictions as the previous grocery tenant, Conditional Use approval is not required for Walmart to operate 24-hours a day. The city is currently reviewing a Design Review Compliance Letter (DRCL) application for the site and a decision is expected by mid-December 2012.

The building was constructed in 2004 and is approximately 61,000 square feet. Walmart has indicated in their application submittal that the use will be a grocery store and not a “superstore.”

9055 SW Murrayhill

SW Murrayhill site map