This year, Apple Valley will see the development of several new and continuing business projects, including the expected opening of the Town’s End Stillhouse & Grill. Town spokesman Orlando Acevedo told the Daily Press that progress on the Town’s End project, a new gym, and the construction of several fuel stations are all slated for 2021. Here’s a rundown of what projects to expect in Apple Valley this year. Town’s End Owned by Chet and Rebekah Hitt, The Market @ Town’s End is expected to welcome the new grill and distillery in 2021’s first quarter, Acevedo said. The Town’s End project is located on the north side of Highway 18 and is divided by Quinnault Road in the Apple Valley Village. The property to the east once housed Barr Lumber and Hardware and has been transformed into the market area, which opened in May of last year, said Market Operations Manager Jennifer Sillas. “Chet’s dream is being built a little at a time,” Sillas said. “We’re getting there, but it’s definitely a work in progress.” On opening day last May, dozens of vendors welcomed nearly 4,000 visitors to the Sunday afternoon market. During its first Wednesday night event, nearly 3,000 were in attendance. The market property also includes a bar and a spacious outdoor eating and stage area. The smokehouse silo prepares take-out dishes such as tri-tip and pulled pork sandwiches, lobster rolls and salads. Pulled pork and tri-tip can also be purchased by the pound. “Because of the […]