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Spring comes early to home sales

Potential homebuyers are reportedly swarming the market and still finding too few available homes for sale, according to a report today from the multiple listing group serving real estate brokers in western Washington.

March 2015

New mortgage financing option

A new in-house mortgage lending option became part of the Quadrant Homes offering today, making Washington one of just two states in the nation to provide lending services through the new company.

March 2015

Public invited to discuss future of Tumwater Town Center

The Port of Olympia is inviting the public to engage in a conversation about the future of the Tumwater Town Center and New Market Industrial Campus real estate.

February 2015

New apartments open in Gig Harbor

Gig Harbor has gained a new $18 million luxury apartment community as Summit Tower is now open just off Kimball Drive. Just a week after gaining a certificate of occupancy, residents are already moving in.

February 2015

Tacoma City Council votes to begin Point Ruston annexation

In a 7-2 vote on Tuesday, the Tacoma City Council signaled that it is ready to talk about annexing Point Ruston so that the development can move forward.

February 2015

Small Cities/Big Opportunity, speaker says

Suburbs and the South Sound are in the 'sweet spot' of geographic and demographic trends within American society, according to nationally syndicated columnist Joel Kotkin. He spoke to a symposium at UWT today.

February 2015

Pierce Co. council OKs new general services building

Pierce County will officially consolidate 19 of its departments and divisions under one roof, after construction of a new general services building was approved by the County Council 4-3 on Tuesday evening.

February 2015

Application submitted for new apartments in downtown Olympia

An land use application has been submitted for a 36-unit apartment building, called 321 Lofts, in downtown Olympia.

February 2015

Tacoma delays vote on Point Ruston

Members of Tacoma City Council have voted to delay a decision on possible annexation of the Town of Ruston's portion of the $1.2 billion Point Ruston project until later this month.

February 2015

Steve Gray, Financial Executive finalist

Steve Gray is charged with fiscal and financial oversight of a 100+ year-old family business in an evolving industry sector. Success is evident at the company moves into its fourth generation supplying the materials needed by those throughout the region that area building structures for the next century.

February 2015
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