Real Estate & Construction

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Oregon metal fabricator plans powder coating facility in Richland

A growing Hermiston company will build a powder coating facility in Richland’s Horn Rapids Industrial Park as it moves to...
The Richland Growler Guys at 110 Gage Blvd., Suite 204, closed its doors in October. The franchise owner, Robin Walker, blames ripple effects from the pandemic. (Courtesy Growler Guys)

Growler Guys shuts doors at Richland taphouse

The Tri-Cities lost one of its growler-fill taphouses in October when the Growler Guys shut down. The Richland shop at...
The city of Hermiston, Oregon, moved into its new city hall in early October. (Courtesy city of Hermiston)

Hermiston celebrates completion of new city hall

The city of Hermiston moved into its new city hall in stages beginning in early October. The eastern Oregon community’s...
The Pasco Public Facilities District hired former Pasco Mayor Matt Watkins to shepherd development of its $40 million voter-approved aquatics center. These 2016 drawings suggest what it could look like. (Courtesy city of Pasco)

Pasco aquatics center has target opening date

  January 2023 and October 2024. Those are the dates to keep in mind as Pasco moves to build a...
Jerick Guilliam stands outside Swigg Coffee Bar at 4845 Broadmoor Blvd. in Pasco, off Road 100. He, along with co-owners Lori and Jeff Wenner, plan to open more locations around the Tri-Cities in the coming year. (Photo by Kristina Lord)

New coffee shop aims to become the Tri-City’s new favorite

An entrepreneurial couple and an experienced coffee shop leader plan to create the new “it” coffee chain in the Tri-Cities....
The Washington Military Department is considering adding a second campus for its Youth Challenge Academy in Richland. Above, students at the original youth academy in Bremerton raise their hands during class. (Courtesy Washington Military Department)

Youth academy eyes Richland for second campus

The Washington Military Department is eyeing Richland for a new campus for its Youth Challenge Academy, a military-style residential school...
Four companies announced big plans for Pasco in 2021. Reser’s Fine Foods is the first to cross the finish line, moving into its new $120 million plant this summer. (Photo by Wendy Culverwell)

Reser’s moves to its new $120 million Pasco home

Reser’s Fine Foods is making mashed potatoes and preparing to add capacity to produce more dishes at its new food...
Construction is underway to prepare a portion of the former Sears at Columbia Center mall in Kennewick into a new store for sewing and crafts retailer Joann. (Photo by Wendy Culverwell)

Old Sears store to
welcome new tenant

Joann, the sewing and crafts retailer, is moving its Kennewick store to Columbia Center mall, where it is taking over...
A rendering shows what Darigold Inc.’s $600 million milk-processing plant will look like in north Pasco. (Courtesy Darigold Inc.)

Darigold breaks ground with plans to begin operation in 2024

  Darigold Inc. broke ground on its state-of-the-art milk-processing facility in north Pasco in early September. The $600 million plant...

Real Estate & Construction Briefs – October 2022

Minority homeownership is falling behind in Washington More than 143,000 minority-led households would have to become homeowners to close the...

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