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Alan M. Roodhouse

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RPS Development Company Inc

HQ Phone:  (503) 435-4907

Email: a***@***.com

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RPS Development Company Inc

2653 High Heaven Road

McMinnville, Oregon,97128

United States

Company Description

RPS Development Company, Inc. is a commercial real estate development company based in the Pacific Northwest, with offices in McMinnville, Oregon and Incline Village, Nevada. RPS specializes in the research, development, construction and leasing of commercia...more

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June 3, 2010 - Keizertimes

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Alan Roodhouse of RPS Development said the property would include one store of about 116,000 square feet along with several other buildings that will include "ancillary retail" and office space, consistent with requirements that mixed use development be included with any store larger than 80,000 square feet.
Roodhouse declined to name a tenant but said there would be a "discount grocery" component to the development. [MAP: 1] "We have always believed a discount grocer component was essential to the success of Keizer Station," Roodhouse said.


McMinnville Industrial Promotions (MIP)

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Alan Roodhouse
Developer, RPS Development Company


McMinnville Industrial Promotions (MIP) - McMinnville Business

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Alan Roodhouse
Developer, RPS Development Company MIP Board Member since 2003


Meet Our Board of Directors | McMinnville Industrial Promotions

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Alan Roodhouse
Developer, RPS Development Company MIP Board Member since 2003 Alan Roodhouse is manager of commercial property development activities with a special emphasis on mixed-use projects involving complex design and entitlement processes. His expertise includes all facets of the development process, including the negotiation and implementation of complex legal structures in the redevelopment context, land acquisition, design development, entitlement, construction and leasing phases. His experience includes the management of development teams and processes for mixed use retail/office projects in Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Napa, Marin County, California, and Salem/Keizer, Oregon-all communities with extensive entitlement processes.


keizertimes.com

That's the word from Alan Roodhouse, president and owner of RPS Development.
Roodhouse, who played a key role in the early development of Keizer Station, is a contracted developer for ACP I LLC, the company building Kaiser Permanente's 20,132 square foot medical clinic. "This is the same group that (initially) built Keizer Station," Roodhouse said. "These are the partners that helped them build the first phase, the same group. This is the continuation of the project that began 10 years ago with the retail. This is continuing what we felt was an important mix for Keizer Station, adding to the retail. This is part of the tenant mix we envisioned from the beginning." While there had been talk of a groundbreaking ceremony this month, Roodhouse said that won't be the case. Site preparation was expected to begin this week. "The building should start appearing from the standpoint of someone driving by in mid- to late-March," Roodhouse said. Roodhouse said there will be a ribbon cutting late this year. "The building should be complete in November," he said. Roodhouse said original growth plans for Keizer Station were put on hold when the economy went south in 2008. "It's pretty exciting," Roodhouse said of the Kaiser Permanente project. "It's great.


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