Fortify Holdings LLC will complete its transformation of the old Richland Days Inn into an apartment complex called The Meriwether this month.
The ownership group specializes in rehabilitating old, depleted buildings throughout the Pacific Northwest.
The Meriwether is located in Richland’s central business district at 615 Jadwin Ave., near the intersection of Jadwin and George Washington Way.
It features 108 units varying in size from 252 to 360 square feet, a lobby cafe and laundry room. The complex also has an outdoor pool and recreation area.
Cliff Thorn Construction of Richland (Mike Thorn, Jenn Pendleton and Gordy Reid) is the general contractor.
Studio+ Architects of Spokane (Cameron Golightly) is the designer.
Fortify Holdings is owned by Sean Keys of Portland, Oregon.
Lease prices are still to be determined and will be dictated by market rent at the time of leasing.
The project will be complete in December.
Contact Avenue5, the property management company, for leasing information. A website for the property will be live soon.
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