Jeff Claridge, the vice president of LHC, gives a tour of the North Kalispell Town Center development on Tuesday. (Aaric Bryan/Daily Inter Lake)

Commercial and residential growth continues at a frenetic pace in North Kalispell, where HomeGoods and Harbor Freight Tools are among the newest businesses popping up.

HomeGoods, a retail chain that sells discount home furnishings, should be open by early fall, according to Kalispell Planning Director Tom Jentz. The store is located just north of Hobby Lobby in the fourth phase of Spring Prairie, south of Costco.

Jentz briefed Montana West Economic Development members about forthcoming Kalispell projects during a lunch presentation on Tuesday.

Harbor Freight Tools, a chain discount tool and equipment retailer, went through an architectural review of its planned store in Spring Prairie at a meeting with Kalispell city officials…