Real Estate & Construction

Roasters Coffee, 3205 Kennedy Road, West Richland

Roasters opens tenth location in West Richland

Roasters Coffee’s tenth coffee shop is open for business in West Richland. Located at the corner of Keene and Kennedy roads, the 600-square-foot double-sided drive-thru includes a walk-up window. The new building design is the same as the ones at company’s newest locations on Highway 395 and Edison Street in Kennewick, which feature a World […]

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Lamb Weston, 2013 Saint St., Richland

Lamb Weston completes expansion of plant line

Lamb Weston’s new $200 million expansion at the potato processing plant on its Richland campus will boost output capacity by about 300 million pounds of frozen french fries annually. The company is a leading supplier of frozen potato, sweet potato, appetizer and vegetable products to restaurants and retailers around the world. The state-of-the-art processing line […]

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Kids from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Benton and Franklin Counties stand at the site of the future $4.3 million clubhouse off South Jean Place in Kennewick. (Courtesy Boys and Girls Clubs of Benton and Franklin Counties)

Capital campaign underway for new Boys and Girls clubhouse

The enthusiasm Craig Eerkes feels for his community is unmistakable when he talks about the plan to build a new clubhouse in Kennewick for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Benton and Franklin Counties. “This whole thing is to be proactive with kids,” Eerkes said, his voice filled with pride, and even awe, as he […]

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The new Tri-CU building, which will cost almost $3 million, was designed by Terence L. Thornhill Architect Inc. of Pasco. DGR Grant Construction of Richland is the general contractor. (Courtesy Tri-CU)

Credit union announces name change, plans for new building

Tri-CU unveils new logo name, plans for new headquarters Tri-Cities Community Federal Credit Union announced its new name this month and soon the company will get a new home. The credit union is now called Tri-CU (pronounced Tri-Q) as announced during a recent ground-breaking ceremony for a 8,300-square-foot building at 3213 W. 19th Ave. in […]

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More than 300 acres off Kennedy Road behind the Richland Target now zoned as agricultural will be re-zoned to a mix of residential and commercial use when the city of Richland finalizes updates to its comprehensive plan.

Kennedy Road orchards face re-zoning for development

State leases 334 acres behind Richland Target; lease expires in 2021 Agricultural land owned by the state of Washington since the beginning of statehood may eventually be for sale following the completion of the current lease terms. The land on Kennedy Road, north of Vintner Square and behind the Richland Target, includes two leases with […]

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Walla Walla construction company merges with Chervernell

A Walla Walla construction company has merged with Kennewick-based Chervenell Construction. The owners of Opp & Seibold General Construction and Chervenell announced the deal last month.  The merger will give Chervenell a long-term and consistent presence in the Walla Walla Valley, according to a news release. Financial details about the merger weren’t disclosed. Opp & […]

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Double Canyon Winery 8060 Keene Road, West Richland

Double Canyon Winery open, ready for fall crush

Double Canyon Winery’s new West Richland facility opened just in time for fall harvest and crush. The Cabernet Sauvignon-focused winery has the capacity to produce 50,000 cases — with room to grow — in the facility near Red Mountain at 8060 Keene Road. The 39,000-square-foot building includes a 7,600-square-foot canopy and crush pad and an 800-square-foot […]

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575 Columbia Apartments, 575 Columbia Point Drive, Richland

575 Columbia Apartments adds more rental options to Richland

The 575 Columbia apartments, completed Aug. 10 by Rush Hill Construction of Seattle, provide easy access to a nearby golf course and  Richland’s Riverfront Trail, in addition to a long list of amenities. The 94 units feature white quartz counter-tops, plank flooring, soaking-tubs, full-size front load washer and dryers, nine-foot ceilings, oversized windows, a pool and 24-hour fitness center. The complex is made up of three buildings. Located across the street from Anthony’s restaurant and Columbia Point Marina Park, the apartments offer one- and two-bedroom homes. As the Tri-Cities continues to expand, 575 Columbia aims to provide newcomers and current residents […]

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