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Business plan presented for proposed Pierce County building

A development and lease agreement has been negotiated for the proposed Pierce County general services building that, if approved, would consolidate 19 departments into one new facility.

February 2015

FW office avails down, Kent is up

South King County office real estate offerings remain about one-third less expensive than those in central Seattle, according to a year-end report from JLL brokerage. Nevertheless, vacancy rates remain high.

January 2015

Rush Companies kicks off 2015 with new hires

Rush Commercial, the largest of the five core businesses in the Rush Companies family, has hired five new project staff to support current and forecasted needs.

January 2015

2014 a banner year for Spaceworks

New businesses, more jobs and occupied commercial spaces are results in 2014 from Spaceworks, a program in Tacoma that matches artisans with building landlords and leasing agents.

January 2015

‘Cautious optimism’ for area homebuilders

South Sound homebuilders -- often able to find grey clouds in the brightest of skies -- may be "cautiously optimistic" looking forward to the new year of 2015. But there remain a number of problems keeping the best of times from returning.

January 2015

MBA Pierce honors members

Master Builders Association of Pierce County delivered recognition awards to several members during an annual banquet earlier this month.

December 2014

Home sales slipped in November, prices firm

A very tight supply of homes for sale caused November sales to fall nationwide. New listings fell 27.7 percent from October, making for the first year-over-year drop in inventory this entire year.

December 2014

Real estate brokerage ‘going it alone’

Family real estate business will end its John L. Scott affiliation to concentrate on commercial and investment properties.

December 2014

Heritage steps up for affordable housing

Heritage Bank is providing construction financing for an affordable housing project in Snohomish County, with participation from Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle. Monroe Family Village will provide 47 living units for low income households.

December 2014

FedWay acquires property for Town Center project

The City of Federal Way has announced a tentative agreement to acquire a vacant eight-acre property in the heart of the community, to be used in the further development of the Town Center redevelopment project.

November 2014
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