Archive of: Real Estate

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More than 19K single family homes sold in South Sound in 2015

The Northwest Multiple Listing Service’s 2015 year-end statistics are in, showing 19,425 closed sales of single family homes among four South Sound counties.

January 2016

Kent takes on abandoned buildings with new ordinance

Essentially, the new ordinance utilizes a state law that allows cities to “fix problems that create a dangerous condition” and recoup the cost.

January 2016

Tacoma rents, occupancy strong at year-end

A year-end study of apartments occupancy and rental rates shows Tacoma to be a strong player in the generally robust West Coast multi-unit housing sector. Seattle, too, shows continued growth with Portland leading in some measures.

January 2016
New artist live-work space coming to Tacoma's Eastside

New artist live-work space coming to Tacoma's Eastside

Soon, the Eastside of Tacoma will play host to the city’s first live-work space targeted specifically toward artists. It will be called The Station Artist Lofts.

January 2016

Kent may get new senior apartment complex

The application calls for a complex covering 8.1 acres with three residential buildings, 131 living units and a recreational building.

January 2016
Fourth public meeting for Tumwater Town Center plan

Fourth public meeting for Tumwater Town Center plan

The Port of Olympia is inviting residents to join a fourth public meeting to learn and share ideas about the Draft New Market Industrial Campus and Tumwater Town Center Real Estate Development Master Plan.

January 2016

Strong housing market could mean stressful year for buyers

The end of the year presents a clear vision for the South Sound’s housing market: fewer houses are staying on the market, more sales are happening and houses are going for higher prices.

January 2016

New permitting system coming to Tacoma

The City of Tacoma Planning and Development Services is launching a new online Tacoma Permits system on Tuesday, Jan. 19.

January 2016
Process plans for Tumwater brewery redevelopment

Process plans for Tumwater brewery redevelopment

Tumwater Brewery's new owner is pledging a process toward redevelopment will include much community and municipal study over the past few years. Ronny Vodel, CFO of Assets America, who brokered the purchase by a California-based developer, Chandulal Patel, said the new owner does not have a preconceived notion for what the site might become. Right now, the opportunity is open ended for the 800,000 sq.ft. site comprised of four separate parcels. The former Olympia Beer main building might become a hotel, convention center, multi-family housing, craft brewing & distillery space, or any of a number of possibilities. The Valley parcel might again be used as warehousing and/or a distribution center.

December 2015

Public meeting set for mixed-use project in Olympia

With a public meeting in February, permitting is starting to move forward on the proposed Columbia Place mixed-use project in Olympia.

December 2015
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