Real Estate & Construction

Copiers Northwest is planning to build a new two-story building at 7035 W. Clearwater Ave. in Kennewick. Plans include leasing the second floor of the building. (Courtesy ALD Architects)

Copiers Northwest planning $1.3 million new building in Kennewick

Copiers Northwest hopes to break ground in March on a new $1.3 million two-story building in Kennewick. The new nearly 12,000-square-foot building at 7035 W. Clearwater Ave. in Kennewick will be next to the current Copiers Northwest office space. The company’s Kennewick office is currently in a strip mall on Clearwater, with 3,200 square feet […]

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The state fetched more than twice the amount of the appraised value of 192 acres just south of Interstate 182 between roads 68 and 84 that were auctioned in the fall. One of the bids — for the 38-acre multi-family zone lot— fell through. The state is considering its options for selling this parcel. (Courtesy Musser Bros.) 

Four of five Pasco parcels for sale in DNR auction have closed

Bid fell through on 38 acres zoned for multi-family housing The sales of four of the five parcels of Pasco land auctioned by the Washington Department of Natural Resources in the fall have closed. A 38-acre parcel zoned for multi-family housing and appraised for $1.2 million did not close. The four parcels, appraised at $4.3 […]

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Ted Clifton, president of the Building Industry Association of Washington, spoke at a Home Builders Association of Tri-Cities meeting last month about his goals for the upcoming year.

Water rights, education top new BIAW president’s priority list

Water rights and education are among the top priorities for the new president of the Building Industry Association of Washington. Ted Clifton recently stepped into the leadership position of the Olympia-based association that represents member companies in the home-building industry. He was in the Tri-Cities last month to make sure he heard from local members […]

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Lynx Healthcare recently completed the remodel of the clinic formerly known as Pinnacle Pain Center at 741 W. Hood Place in Kennewick. The clinic was remodeled to make room for primary care programs as well as chiropractic, massage and pain management services. (Courtesy Lynx Healthcare)

Pinnacle Pain Center rebrands to Lynx Healthcare after renovations

By Sean Bassinger Mid-Columbia residents seeking relief from chronic back, neck, arthritic, cancer or other chronic or acute pain have more options available to them with Lynx Healthcare’s recent Kennewick expansion. Formerly Pinnacle Pain Center in Kennewick, the Tri-City pain clinic rebranded with a series of other clinics as part of Lynx Healthcare. “We wanted […]

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Construction is underway on the $5.7 million student union building at Washington State University Tri-Cities in Richland. (Courtesy WSU Tri-Cities)

Owners to discuss Tri-City construction projects

Learn about key construction projects in the works in the Tri-Cities at an upcoming meeting. Inland Northwest Associated General Contractors of America is partnering with the Tri City Construction Council to host a  construction owners’ panel in the Tri-Cities to highlight upcoming projects in the works. Scheduled presenters include the Port of Kennewick, city of West […]

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The new $34 million Walla Walla Veterans Home is an 80-bed nursing care facility.

New Walla Walla veterans home to open in February

A new Walla Walla nursing care facility will welcome its first residents on Feb. 15. The $34 million center features 80 beds and will be on the campus of the Jonathan M. Wainwright Memorial VA Medical Center in Walla Walla. The center will draw residents from the nearest 10 counties, including Benton and Franklin counties, […]

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Coca Cola expands to warehouse in Pasco

Coca-Cola Bottling Co. expands Pasco warehouse

The Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Yakima & Tri-Cities is expanding its Pasco warehouse to accommodate significant growth in the Tri-Cities.  “The Tri-Cities is on fire in terms of growth. We certainly see it in our beverage business,” said President Bill Dolsen. O’Brien Construction Co. in Kennewick is working on the $2.2 million expansion, which Dolsen […]

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