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Old Posted Mar 15, 2017, 8:20 PM
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There's some talk in Tacoma about a big pre-recession proposal coming back:

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February 24 at 7:01pm ·
The on again, off again Foss Harbor project on Dock Street might be seeing some light of day! It looks like the multi-tower project may be active again. The architect, Jon Graves Architects, just submitted a review of design schematics with shoreline requirements to the City of Tacoma. This project has been talked about for years but the market might be right: High demand for apartments, very low inventory of condos. This project sits north of the 11th Street Bridge. More details to come!



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Old Posted Mar 24, 2017, 8:38 AM
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February 3, 2017
Tacoma expected to see big boom in apartments
Freddie Mac says Tacoma is now considered a top-10 U.S. market for multifamily investment — fueled by people priced out of Seattle.
http://www.djc.com/news/search.html?...et&id=12097184
By KATE MARTIN
The News Tribune

TACOMA — While apartment construction is expected to slow nationwide, Tacoma is now considered a top-10 market nationwide for multifamily investment by federal mortgage lender Freddie Mac.
The lender predicts Tacoma will be third in the nation for income growth in 2017, at 5.8 percent. Coupled with a relatively low apartment vacancy rate this year of 3.2 percent, it makes Tacoma a hot commodity for those looking to invest in apartment construction.
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Old Posted Mar 29, 2017, 8:46 PM
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Northwest College of Art & Design is moving to downtown Tacoma.

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More education options in Downtown Tacoma! Northwest College of Art & Design has purchased the building at 1126 Pacific Ave. and will be moving in this Fall. The school is currently located in Poulsbo.

"The new location of the school is a modern 7 story building located in downtown Tacoma. It will provide us with over 30,000 sq. feet of space, compared to our current locations’ 16,000. The Tacoma building also has 2 elevators, 2 sets of stairs, 8 bathrooms, and will have multiple computer and lecture rooms for our classes."

Website: http://ncad.edu/
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