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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
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 looking for opinions on plastic bag ban

Thurston County wants business owners to opine on the effects of the plastic bag ban passed in July of 2014, via an online survey.

May 2016

Dan Roach sells business, focuses on County Executive campaign

Roach Gymnastics, co-owned by Pierce County Councilmember Dan Roach and his wife Melanie Roach, has been sold.

April 2016

Rifle Club to build new training center in South Hill

The Paul Bunyan Rifle and Sportsman Club is currently in the early stages of constructing a 5,000 square-foot, two-story Training and Education Center in South Hill.

April 2016

New CEO for The Rock Wood Fired Kitchen

The Rock Wood Fired Kitchen and Spirits has announced the appointment of John D. Allegretto as president and CEO.

April 2016
Ram Brewing plans second Tacoma location

Ram Brewing plans second Tacoma location

Ram Brewing has plans in store for a second Tacoma location in the city’s anointed “Brewery District” in the South downtown area.

April 2016

New pinball bar coming to 6th Ave

A new pinball lounge called the Triple Knock will be opening at 2713 6th Ave in Tacoma in the near future.

April 2016

Honor Coffee comes to Federal Way

Federal Way has a new coffee shop in town — and no, it’s not another Starbucks, but it is taking over one of its former locations.

April 2016

Union, Columbia Distributing agree on five-year deal

Union members and Columbia Distributing in Kent have come to terms, signing a five-year collective bargaining agreement that effectively avoids a strike and guarantees “labor peace” for the foreseeable future.

April 2016
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