Real Estate & Construction

1100 Jadwin, Richland

1100 Jadwin Remodel

Boost Builds is completing a remodel of 1100 Jadwin Ave., part of the Tri-Cities Professional Center and a key to urban renewal in central Richland. The $4 million remodel is refashioning the five-story, 52,000-square-foot office building, Richland’s largest privately-owned office structure. It is expected to be complete in September. Jenna Coddington of Paragon Equity Management…

249 Jackrabbit Lane, Richland

249 Jackrabbit Lane, Richland

249 JackrMatson Development LLC recently completed a steel building that will offer a mix of warehouse and office space at 249 Jackrabbit Lane in Richland. The building features a 5,100-square-foot warehouse and office with loft, which can be divided into two suites. It was completed in August. Hummel Construction & Development of Kennewick, led by…

2055 Steptoe St., Richland

Prodigy Homes Office

Bravo Ventures LLC has completed a one-story stucco office building with nearly 3,600 square feet of Class A space. Suite 110 at 2055 Steptoe St. in Richland will serve as the home office for Prodigy Homes Inc. The other side of the building, Suite 120, includes 1,647 square feet of space available for lease. Asking…

9335 Sandifur Parkway, Pasco

Broadmoor Storage Solutions Inc.

Sound Investment Group LLC, a Tri-City owned company, has completed the final phase of its Broadmoor Storage Solutions facility at 9335 Sandifur Parkway in Pasco. The storage facility first opened in 2007. The $3 million final phase broke ground in December 2019 and was completed in early August. It consists of five buildings and 149…

1295 Fowler St., Richland


DermaCare Tri-Cities, a medical spa, dermatology and aesthetics clinic, has opened in a new location at 1295 Fowler St. in Richland. The 30,000-square-foot medical office building and spa was developed by Familia Smith LLC, with W McKay Construction LLC serving as general contractor. Gesa Credit Union financed it. The DermaCare team is led by Dr.…


Real Estate & Construction Briefs – September 2020

Wind farm plan adds solar, battery energy storage Scout Clean Energy recently announced plans to add solar and battery storage components to a proposed wind farm it plans to build just south of the Tri-Cities in Benton County. The 600-megawatt wind farm south of Kennewick will combine wind energy, solar energy and battery energy storage…

Graze – A Place to Eat will move its Richland location to Park Place, 610 George Washington Way, by the end of the year. It is the first tenant to lease retail space in the prominent mixed-use development at the city’s entrance. (Photo by Wendy Culverwell)

Popular eatery signs on to Park Place development

Park Place, Richland’s prized gateway development, has landed its first tenant. Graze –  A Place to Eat, a popular sandwich chain with locations in Kennewick, Richland and Walla Walla, will be the first retailer to move into the mixed-use complex under construction in the 600 block of George Washington Way, a spot long derided as…

Officials with Central Washington Corn Processors pound in ceremonial rail spikes to celebrate the opening of their multimillion-dollar facility in this November 2016 file photo. The company is expanding its Richland footprint again this year. (File photo)

Richland grain facility expands commodities storage at Horn Rapids

 Central Washington Corn Processors is expanding its massive north Richland grain shed to better accommodate a key commodity used for livestock feed by the region’s dairies, feedlots and other operations – soy meal. The $4.3 million project will extend the CWCP “flat house” to 916 feet long, about a third longer than the original 616…

Pet Overpopulation Prevention Tri-Cities bought a former dental clinic at 1502 N. Road 40 in Pasco for a spay and neuter clinic. The nonprofit animal welfare charity is seeking donations for surgical equipment and other supplies. (Courtesy Pet Overpopulation Prevention Tri-Cities)

POPP buys building, aims to end pet overpopulation

A Tri-City nonprofit aims to turbocharge its efforts to end pet overpopulation after buying a former dental office in Pasco to serve as a spay and neuter clinic. Pet Overpopulation Prevention Tri-Cities, or POPP, paid $325,000 for the medical building at 1502 N. Road 40 in a deal that closed Aug. 17. It is converting…

Columbia Center owner buying J.C. Penney out of bankruptcy

Simon Property Group, parent of Kennewick’s Columbia Center mall, is partnering with a real estate firm that specializes in redeveloping tired shopping centers to buy the retail and other assets of J.C. Penney Co. out of bankruptcy. Simon and Brookfield Property Partners announced their intent to purchase the retailer’s assets in a $1.75 billion cash-and-debt…

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