Real Estate & Construction

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…

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…

Tri-Cities Airport expansion project nears completion

$42 million Tri-Cities Airport expansion project nears completion

By Sean Bassinger Passengers waiting for flights at the Tri-Cities Airport in Pasco didn’t always get to enjoy a view. That’s changed after the latest series of renovations, a nearly $42 million project more than two years in the making that’s finally ready for takeoff. “Passengers will be able to see the airfield and watch…

The new $34 million Walla Walla Veterans Home is an 80-bed nursing care facility providing care for veterans and their families on the campus of the Jonathan M. Wainwright Memorial VA Medical Center. Applications are being accepted for the facility, which is scheduled to open in March. (Courtesy of state Department of Veterans Affairs)

New Walla Walla veterans home to open in March

A new Walla Walla nursing care facility will welcome its first residents next month. Weather-related construction and equipment-delivery issues in January and early February caused a delay in when the home could admit residents. Officials plan to start admitting residents in early March. The $34 million center features 80 beds and will be on the…

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…

West Richland food bank opens its doors

Tri-Cities Food Bank finds home in West Richland strip mall

The Tri-Cities Food Bank recently opened its fourth branch in West Richland, where it expects to fill a growing need. The 2,400-square-foot facility opened Jan. 12 and is located in the Plaza II strip mall at 4096 W. Van Giesen St. in the former Golden Paradise tanning salon, just a few doors down from Thai…

Rep. Dan Newhouse speaks with Home Builders Association of Tri-Cities Executive Director Jeff Losey.

Tri-City housing market boasts double-digit growth

The Tri-Cities appears to be beating national and state averages in the residential building market. The region saw growth with new residential building permits up 26 percent over the same time period last year with more than 1,300 new single-family home permits. Pasco recorded the highest number of permits and is experiencing growth similar to…

Concrete has been poured for the new Cost Less Carpet distribution center, located directly behind the retail store on Fowler Street in Richland. The 62,000-square-foot building is scheduled to be completed in April 2017.

Cost Less Carpet rolls out plans for new $5.5 million expansion

Randy Rupp and his family didn’t plan to get into the carpet business when they bought more than 200 bank-repossessed apartment units in the late 1980s. The units were in poor condition and needed work from top to bottom, including floor coverings. “Of the items needed, carpet was one of the largest expenses. So, we…

Building industry feeling pinch of qualified workers

A drive through the Tri-Cities will show you there’s plenty of construction going on, from new apartment complexes and schools to warehouses and office buildings. But there’s a shortage of something that might not be as apparent: workers. That’s according to a recent industry-wide survey from the Arlington, Virginia-based Associated General Contractors of America. “Few…

The first phase of Badger Canyon apartment complex on Ridgeline Drive in Kennewick features 168 units and was completed earlier this year.

Apartment complexes popping up in Tri-Cities

It’s good to live in Southeastern Washington.  The Tri-Cities is among the top 10 areas in the nation growing by leaps and bounds — so much so, the housing market is having a tough time keeping up with the demand. “The affordable cost of living combined with great schools, low crime, favorable weather, minimal traffic,…

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