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Old Posted Jan 22, 2007, 5:31 AM
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Lightbulb TACOMA Project Discussion

Projects:

Downtown

Stadium District / St. Helens Neighborhood:

Hanna Heights: Complete. Condo to Apartment
505 Broadway: Under Construction
Granville Condos: Complete
Bella on Broadway Apartments: Complete
The Metropolitan Apartments Phase II: Under Construction (move in June 1st 2008)
One St. Helens Apartments: Complete
The Ansonia Condos: Under Conversion
The Elks Temple : For Sale. See TNT Story
The Walker Condos: Under Conversion - Maxwell's the restaurant on the 1st floors should be open in April!
Stadium302 : Under Construction. High End Condos overlooking Stadium High School and the Stadium Bowl

Theater District / Downtown Core/ Foss Waterway/ UWT/Dome District:

Marcato Condos: Complete
Villagio Aparments : Under Construction / Complete
MidTown Lofts: Under Construction
The Mecca: Under Conversion. Great History: first Hotel, then Adult Theater, now Condos
The Esplanade: Under Construction
Old City Hall: Sale Pending. Offices, planned to be converted to condos, then to Class A Offices, then for sale, now sale pending to be class A offices.
The Roberson Condos: Complete
Pacific Plaza: Under Construction. Parking Garage w/ Retail to Class A Office with Parking and Retail Rehab. Multi-State corporation said to be moving their HQ next year to office space.
Luzon Building: Deal Closed 3/14/08 Construction to start by end of April.
Ford Building and Cresent Ballroom: Under Construction. Future HQ of TRA Medical Imaging
Hotel Murano: Officially Hotel Murano as of 03/08. Lots of Art and Worldwide media attention.
UWT Assembly Hall : Under Construction
Brewery District Hotel : Planning stages. New Design 03/08
Court 17 Apartments : Complete. On UWT Campus but open to all.
Hunt-Mottet Lofts: Warehouse Rehab Complete
Urban Waters : Research Facility. Design Phase. LEED Platinum (highest possible)
LeMay America's Car Museum: Ground breaking planned for 2008. Tacoma Dome parking lot

Hilltop / McCarver Neighborhood :

Hillcrest Apartments: Under Construction
Chelsea Heights : Under Construction. Condo to Apartments
27th Street Station Condos: Under Conversion
City Steps: Complete
McCarver Village: Phases Under Construction / Complete
Metro Homes: Under Construction / Complete
Lexington Square: Under Construction
Element 20: Under Construction
Bella View Townhomes: Under Construction
HighRidge Townhomes Phase 2: Under Construction


Ruston / Pt. Defiance:

Point Ruston : Under Construction. Planned waterfront community of 800+ condos, Silver Cloud Inn, and retail.
Ruston Point Condos : Conversion Complete
The Commencement : Under Construction
Village at the Pointe : Conversion Complete
The Cove : Under Conversion

Tacoma Mall :

Apex Apartments and Condos: Complete
"Townhome City": West of the mall there must be at least 50 townhome projects.

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Under Construction
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505 Broadway


Chelsea Heights - http://www.chelseaheightscondos.com/


Court 17


Esplanade - http://www.theesplanadetacoma.com/




Hanna Heights - http://www.hannaheights.com/




McCarver Village - web site


The Roberson




The Metropolitan (apartments) http://www.themetropolitantacoma.com/


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Approved/Planned
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Courtney Heights - http://www.priumhomes.com


Fawcett Condomeniums - web site


Jay Heights - http://www.priumhomes.com


North Walker - http://www.metropolitanred.com/projects.html


The Sharp Building - http://www.metropolitanred.com/projects.html


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Recent Completions
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Bella on Broadway - http://bellaonbroadway.com/


The Galleria - http://thegalleriacondominiums.com/


Marcato - http://www.marcatolife.com/


Triangle - http://www.triangle-townhomes.com/


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Rehabs/Redevelopment
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Bridge Lofts -


The Renaissance (Old City Hall redevelopment) - http://www.liveoldcityhall.com/

The Walker - http://www.metropolitanred.com/projects.html

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Old Posted Jan 22, 2007, 5:52 AM
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I can't see Court 17. What is that?

One or two (I hope two!) sizeable projects are underway along the Foss Waterway -- one housing and one housing/offices.
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Wow, good job! About time one of us got ambitious and collected some Tacoma projects.
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Old Posted Jan 22, 2007, 6:46 AM
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everything is heights! i wondr when they will start jays height...i cant wait till a new building starts in tacoma!
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Don't forget the bridge, one of the coolest projects in all of the Pacific Northwest.

taken about 2 weeks ago.

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Old Posted Jan 22, 2007, 9:33 PM
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Wonderland: That's a great picture of the bridge construction.

Northface: Jay Heights start? That's a good question. I haven't been in town in a while to check on the site.
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awesome picture can we get more info on the bridge? i've always been interested in bridge construction. they better not forget about the wind this time
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the narrows looks completley different then that pic of back in th day....whenever it was taken. lol
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The original Tacoma Narrows bridge was built without deck stiffening trusses, which you can see in the two new bridges in post #5
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cool to see so much happening in Tacoma, of all places. are there any plans to expand the streetcar there?
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Nice stuff going up in TACOMA.
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Added more projects.
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Old Posted Jan 23, 2007, 5:16 PM
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Great work finding all these new projects. I love Chelsea Heights and Jay Heights.
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Awesome! Tacoma finally has a projects page, why didn't I think of it. Oh well
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What can I say... (puffs chest)
You can help us stay current.
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I will say thanks for all the Tacoma effort, mSeattle. Especially considering you don't even live here.

I am planning on getting a camera with my tax return, so hopefully will be able to contribute with more than just praise or scorn for architecture and planning issues.
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Awesome. Court 17 needs confirmation of completion of if still under construction. Also actual photo of Marcato would be cool.
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Thank you for giving props to Tacoma. Hoodrat, please fill us in with the Tacoma happenings in the future and take great photographs of this often overlooked dusty old jewel on the South Puget Sound. Sorry to project such a demanding tone, but it would be great to see more Tacoma related threads.
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I, too, like Tacoma. Maybe I'll head up there if its sunny this weekend and wander around shoot the town and bridge, I'd like to get a bridge shot with Rainier more visible than the crappy day I was there.
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Nice update!

I had no idea the bridge was so far along. Last time I went by on the train they were just getting the cables up - nice to see the roadway.
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