Video Content: Shopko Hometown Construction Progress

Hardin, Montana (6/25/15) – Three months of construction in less than one minute! Construction on this 25,860 SF Shopko Hometown relocation project began in April and this video documents the progress through June 24.

Situated on approximately 4 acres, the building is being developed as a build to suit for Shopko Hometown, the newest concept by Shopko designed to serve smaller communities ranging from 3,000 to 8,000 in population. Shopko Hometown stores carry about 70% of the merchandise carried at Shopko’s larger format stores.

In 2004, Shopko Hometown opened its 15,000 SF store in Hardin. By relocating, the retailer will expand its store size and offer a wider assortment of products.

Funding for this project has been provided by Wells Fargo.

Erica Olmstead Davis Takes on Property Management Role

Erica Olmstead Davis recently accepted the position of Property Manager at COMVEST Properties, LLC. Having served as COMVEST’s Administrative Assistant since 2013, tenants and vendors are already familiar with her excellent management skills.

In Biloxi, Erica will manage tenant services for Shoppes at Popps Ferry and Shoppes at Beauvoir, as well as Centre at Courthouse in Gulfport and Office Depot in Pascagoula.  Additionally, she will assist in the management of two out of state assets – Governor’s Point Shopping Center in Tallahassee, Florida, and Mountain View Market Place in Hickory, North Carolina.

Erica is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and is currently pursuing the ICSC Certified Shopping Center Manager designation.  She holds an Associate of Science degree in Human Resource Management.