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Rush Capital procures Proctor Station financing

Rush Capital has recently closed on a $31.2 million loan for Proctor Station, the six-story apartment building that now predominates the skyline in Tacoma's Proctor District.

November 2016

Regional commercial real estate values firm

Regional strength of economy may be a factor in holding value in commercial real estate properties, according to a new report from brokers working in that sector.

October 2016

Housing starts slip, permits up

Homebuilders slowed down their output last month, but are still showing optimism for the future by taking out more construction permits, according to a data release.

October 2016

Chamber of commerce is moving

Downtown Auburn will be seeing some changes in the month ahead as the chamber of commerce is moving to make way for a MultiCare expansion that's eliminating its current office space.

October 2016

Rents up in Tacoma for 11th straight month

While Seattle apartment rents continue to decrease, the pace continues to grow in Tacoma, where the average rent has risen for the 11th straight month.

October 2016

Executive people moves

A number of well-known and prominent business executives have made changes in their work situations recently.

October 2016

Tacoma homes demand + 11% from 2015

The story is familiar in today's residential real estate market report for Tacoma-Pierce County: strong demand, limited supply equals higher prices.

October 2016

New name for rebranded former Weyerhaeuser building

Now that Weyerhaeuser has vacated its former headquarters in Federal Way, the building’s new owners have eschewed the timber giant’s name in hopes of making the facility more attractive to prospective tenants.

October 2016

Housing market remains strong

As autumn cools the summer's hot real estate market just a bit, brokers report there is still a shortage of homes listed for sale, compared to the number of eager buyers.

October 2016

Thurston real estate future is ‘change’

Today's commercial real estate market largely consists of the "wrong product in the right place," according to a keynote address as the annual Real Estate Forum hosted by Thurston County Economic Development Council.

September 2016
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