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Union Club

The Union Club, at 539 Broadway in Tacoma, was originally built in 1888 as an elite social club. It has recently been re-purposed as a mixed-use office and event space.
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95 Lower Queen Anne units now planned for upzoned corner site

By BRIAN MILLER

Now called Roy Stone, the building would have almost 5,000 square feet of retail divided into two bays.


Progressive design-build for two Issaquah schools

By BENJAMIN MINNICK

The process brings the designer and builder on earlier to help with concept design and budget.


Cohanim family assembles site, with 60 U District units planned

By BRIAN MILLER

Los Angeles-based lender iBorrow announced that it provided a $2.1 million loan for the purchase of a University District site where 60 units are eventually planned.


Eastlake property sells for $6.3M, with apartments likely

By BRIAN MILLER

Kidder Mathews estimates that 91 apartments could be developed on the Ross Labs property.


$25M upgrade for Camp Umatilla

The Oregon Military Department plans to spend $25 million on improvements at the former Umatilla Chemical Depot near Hermiston.


Idaho looking to open re-entry center

The Idaho Department of Correction is looking to open a re-entry center in the Twin Falls area where as many as 120 minimum-security state prisoners could live and work.


Civil War graves found at job site

Developers say they're halting plans for a project in Tennessee after archaeologists discovered what they believe are graves on a site near a Civil War fort built by slaves.


Groups sue to block Louisiana pipeline

Environmental groups have sued the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in a bid to block construction of a 162-mile-long crude oil pipeline across south Louisiana, including through the environmentally fragile Atchafalaya Basin river swamp.


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Instead of a holiday party, the team at CollinsWoerman created their own Santa's Workshop, assembling bicycles for 100 kids.  

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