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Tacoma Condo Market Rising From The Grave

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Tacoma Condo Market Showing Signs of Revival Two still-born condominium projects, completed and leased as apartments, gave notice this month they will convert their units to condominiums. A failed downtown waterfront condominium building, completed just as the housing bubble burst is nearing a sellout, and expensive waterfront condominium units at Point Ruston near Point Defiance…

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Seattle Seahawks – Fun Facts

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Go Hawks! In week 8 of this season, every team who played Seahawks had lost the week after by 10 or more points. Just goes to show how rough the Hawks are on other teams! (ref: http://bit.ly/L3TW5H)   Seattle played its first playoff game in 1983 against the Broncos and they won 31-7. Let’s hope…

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Tacoma Apartment Revival

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When the housing industry collapsed six years ago, that implosion slammed the door hard on what had been a vigorous multifamily construction development business in the South Sound and across the country. In Tacoma, Auburn, Kent and other cities, construction halted abruptly midproject. But now, little by little, that door to multifamily development is reopening….

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Copperline Crane Moved

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Yesterday marked the culmination of a big step for construction at Point Ruston. We have officially moved the crane responsible for building the 173 home Copperline Apartment building and the west half of the Copperline Condominium building. Granted we only moved the crane approximately 200 feet, but the move signifies a transition from the structural…

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Copperline Condominium January Construction Update

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We are excited to show you pictures of our January construction update and our beautiful waterwalk in this post. The Tacoma Waterfront was fortunate enough to have yet another beautiful sunrise this morning. It wasn’t as vibrantly red and orange like the sunrises in December. However, the red mist projecting from the top of Mount…

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