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Going up without a parking hole. Hope they do more of this in Tacoma.

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1st crane getting ready to go up today (Nov 11, 2017) at the Convention Center Marriott site.

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You're welcome. I'm glad to share what I find. Are you in or from Tacoma?
I actually live in Seattle but have a rental property in Tacoma, nice updates all around
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Tacoma Light Rail-ish Expansion

November 8, 2017
Tacoma preps for light rail expansion
By JOURNAL STAFF
http://www.djc.com/news/search.html?...tacoma%20preps

Sound Transit is showing the latest designs tonight for the 2.4-mile Tacoma Link Extension at an open house in Tacoma.


Image from Sound Transit documents [enlarge]
This station will be adjacent to MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital in the Hilltop neighborhood.
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First REDI-funded affordable housing project planned for Tacoma
James Center North will bring 150 affordable homes to Tacoma’s West End
by Sarah Anne Lloyd | @sarahannelloyd | Nov 15, 2017, 4:23pm PST
https://seattle.curbed.com/2017/11/1...e-housing-redi

Sound Transit 3, approved by voters in November, authorized expanding Link light rail to 116 miles and additional bus rapid transit. But because it can get expensive to live near transit, right as the measure was approved, nonprofit Enterprise Community Loan Fund created the Regional Equitable Development Initiative (REDI), which commits $21 million to low-interest loans for affordable developments located near transit.

Today, the fund announced the first of those projects: a $4 million loan to Tacoma Housing Authority (THA) to build a mixed-income development in Tacoma’s West End. THA also secured a $2 million loan from the state to acquire the seven-acre site, which they’re calling James Center North.

The project will have at least 150 affordable units out of 300 to 500 homes. The first round of REDI financing is expected to build 500 to 700 affordable units total.

More: https://seattle.curbed.com/2017/11/1...e-housing-redi
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Nice sight in Tacoma, cranes.

Original photos by BlaserBrad

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I apologize for the size. Unsure how to resize it
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Ruston Dist.

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That's a highrise hotel next to the convention center btw.
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Housing near UW Tacoma

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From todays DJC.

http://www.djc.com/news/ae/12110035.html

April 10, 2018

Tacoma hotel's new owner plans to create micro-units

By LYNN PORTER
Journal Staff Reporter

Premier Residential bought the Merkle Hotel at 2405 Pacific Ave. near the University of Washington|Tacoma and plans to convert it to about 45 micro-units, mostly for students.

The Tacoma-based firm paid $1.04 million for the three-story 1912 building downtown, according to Brian Richardson, a multifamily investment broker with Kidder Mathews who represented Premier. Linn Larsen of Linn Larsen Real Estate represented the seller, Stephen Pfeifer.

Richardson said Pfeifer converted the hotel to small apartments, with bathrooms but without full kitchens shortly after buying it in 1981.

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