Real Estate & Construction

Uncle Sam’s Saloon, a popular 21-and-over sports pub at 8378 W. Gage Blvd., soon will have new owners. (Photo by Kristina Lord)

CG Public House buying Uncle Sam’s Saloon, won’t change the nachos

The owners of CG Public House are buying Uncle Sam’s Saloon, a popular 21-and-over sports pub with an Old West...
A vacant site near Cottonwood Elementary School is the future home of Quake, The EpiCenter of Family Fun, an all-ages venue offering everything from a toddler play area and virtual reality suites to golf simulators and event facilities. 5D Development at Cottonwood LLC breaks ground in April on the 40,000-square-foot building, which will be leased to the operators, a group of five families. It has a target opening date of October 2022. (Photo by Wendy Culverwell)

Group to launch entertainment center with activities for all ages

Trampolines, arcades, laser tag and maze, golf simulators and more planned A group of five families with plans to create...
Developer Tim Bush and his sons, Blake and TJ, have pivoted to commercial projects, upscale garage condominiums in Richland and flexible workspaces in Kennewick.

Tri-City developers pivot to garage condos and flex space

Tim Bush, a prominent Tri-Cities developer, is shifting gears again but not too far away from cars. Bush, president of...
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Old Dominion outgrows Pasco Processing Center, eyes site by Darigold

Old Dominion Freight Line Inc. intends to build an expanded transloading facility on land near Pasco’s future Darigold plant. The...
The city of Kennewick authorized a $4.1 million, 12,000-square-foot expansion of Trios Southridge Hospital in January. The project builds on the hospital's birthing center addition, which debuts in the spring. (Courtesy Trios)

Trios’ new $22M birth center ready to welcome new babies, moms

New babies born at Kennewick’s Trios Health will arrive at Southridge Hospital starting March 29. That’s when Trios Health opens...
RE_Briefs

Real Estate & Construction Briefs – March 2022

Darigold utilities funded with tax increment financing The Port of Pasco is one of the first entities in Washington to...
750 George Washington Way, Richland

Riverside Professional Center

A trio of Richland dentists has remodeled and updated a business park in central Richland to house their practices. Riverside...
Fourth Avenue and Columbia Street, Pasco

Peanuts Park and Pasco Farmers Market

The city of Pasco formally reopened Peanuts Park and the Pasco Farmers Market on March 11, following a $5.8 million...
5204 W. Okanogan Place, Kennewick

Fat Cat Suites

Bush Developments expects to complete construction of Fat Cat Suites, a six-unit flex-space property at 5204 W. Okanogan Place near...
The Tri-Cities Union Gospel Mission plans to build a 20,000-square-foot shelter for women and children at 533 N. Young St., near the Three Rivers Convention Center and Vista Field in central Kennewick. The $6 million shelter will replace an aging, cramped building in east Pasco. (Photo by Wendy Culverwell)

Union Gospel Mission plans to move women’s shelter to Kennewick

  The Tri-Cities Union Gospel Mission is preparing to move its shelter serving women and children to new quarters in...

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