The Schuck Corp. and JRC Financial Inc. are the would-bedevelopers. The land, located southeast of the Interstate5-Northwest 269th Street intersection, has three different owners.The companies have been negotiating with the landowners for morethan a year now.

This Wednesday night, at the request of the city's planningcommission, representatives of the developer are coming to town togive a presentation on the benefits of having mixed-uses be a partof the park, JRC president John R. Crist tells GlobeSt. "We're notfar enough along to talk specifically about our project," saysCrist, whose company develops large industrial parks. "So we willbe offering our perspective on how offering a mixed-use projectwill help absorption and increase desirability by offeringemployers more amenities."

Despite the lack of project details, Crist says he hopes tobring the project online in the first quarter of 2002, afterfooting the bill for expansion of the city's sewer system. Thedevelopers would recoup costs by charging business park tenantssewer connection fees.

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