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$26.7M for Tacoma shopping center

$26.7M for Tacoma shopping center

A regional, privately-held real estate partnership paid $330 per square-foot to acquire Lincoln Plaza shopping center near Tacoma's Costco and just one mile north of Tacoma Mall. A Southern California real estate investment firm was the seller.

May 2016

Scant supply drives prices up

The mid-range price for homes in Washington state rose 8.1 percent in the first three months of 2016, due mostly to a severe shortage of supply.

May 2016

Top Places to Work: homes & families

Each individual at South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity is responsible not just for the job assigned, but the whole mission. Employees of TAPCO Credit Union have a similar commitment to their organization and community.

May 2016
Developers have big plans for Gig Harbor strip mall

Developers have big plans for Gig Harbor strip mall

If developer Olympic Property Group’s vision becomes reality, the Peninsula Shopping Center in Gig Harbor could be completely remade into a new, mixed-use town square.

May 2016

Thurston County seeking help marketing properties

Thurston County has some land to sell, and it’s looking to enlist some help.

May 2016
Large mixed-use building proposed for Stadium District

Large mixed-use building proposed for Stadium District

A new 172-multifamily apartment building could be coming to the Stadium District.

May 2016

Housing report: New listings up slightly, but inventory still tight

The housing market is finally seeing some new listings on the market, but it’s not enough to ease the minds (or the wallets) of buyers.

May 2016

Industrial real estate stays strong in South King, Pierce

When it comes to industrial, Pierce and South King counties are king. Still.

May 2016

SCJ Alliance acquires 28-year-old landscape firm

SCJ Alliance’s acquisition of Olympia-based landscape design and architecture firm Jeffrey B. Glander and Associates (JGA), announced today, is a move that has been predicated on a history of teamwork.

May 2016

State Auditor survives court gauntlet with no charges

Following a laboriously detailed six-week trial, jurors have acquitted State Auditor and Tacoma resident Troy Kelley of one charge and couldn’t agree on 14 others, according to the Seattle Times.

April 2016
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