Vine Street Partners LLC, based in Arlington, Washington, built a 21,000-square-foot office to serve as home for the Washington Department of Social and Health Services Aging and Long-Term Support office in the Tri-Cities at 7113 W. Okanogan Place.
The new office is part of Vista Point, near the Vista Field redevelopment site. The centrally-located site is near the Three Rivers Transit Center, which will facilitate access to DSHS services.
The design emphasizes horizontal lines that contrast with a vertical, sloped entry flooded with natural light. Metal and warm wood accents were selected to harmonize with the area’s rolling hills. The site can accommodate a second building of up to 24,000 square feet.
Pernula Planning + Design of Olympia designed the building. Glenn C. Wells, also of Olympia, was the architect.
Tyler Woolf of Vine Street Partners served as project manager.
Vine Street Group of Olympia was the general contractor.
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