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Developer to donate historic Tumwater brew house

The iconic 111-year-old, six-story Tumwater brewery building — which used to house Olympia Beer — could soon become city property.

April 2016

REI to leave Kent for Bellevue

City of Kent learned today that it will be losing a major corporate headquarters in the years ahead, as REI announced plans to camp in Bellevue about four years in the future.

March 2016

Strickland traveling to Asia for investment opportunity

Tacoma Mayor Marilyn Strickland and staff from the Economic Development Department are heading to China and Vietnam to try and attract more investment.

March 2016

New money comes to Kent

The strong South King County economy has attracted institutional real estate investment money to an apartment complex in Kent. The buyer specifically noted that job creation is linked to rent increases as an attractive feature.

March 2016

Expanding into the O.C.

From its Puget Sound roots, Kidder Mathews continues an expansion throughout southern California, announcing a new office today in Irvine.

March 2016

Housing Summit coming to Lacey

The 2016 Housing Summit, presented by Olympia Master Builders and Thurston County Realtors, is coming to town next week.

March 2016

Navigating financial success at ports

Putting to work experience from 25 years in Washington public ports, Jeff Smith is currently director of finance and real estate for Port of Olympia. And he is a finalist for 2016 Financial Executives of the Year.

March 2016

‘Feeling the mission,’ even when saying ‘No’

Mature judgment, technical innovation, personal commitment to mission are three important attributes that caused co-workers t endorse Ken Shalik, CFO at Tacoma Housing Authority, for 2016 Financial Executives of the Year.

March 2016

Passion for helping, through numbers

When the mission is to find ways to provide affordable housing options to residents of three counties, efficient and innovative financing processes can bring success. That is the story over the past 37 years of Brian Sanda's work at Community Action Council.

March 2016

New residential building coming to Hilltop

The plan is to redevelop a vacant commercial building into a three-story, 26-unit residential building, featuring two work-live units.

March 2016
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