Construction + Real Estate

Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business’ full-color glossy magazine Focus: Construction + Real Estate in the Tri-Cities provides an overview of the area’s major real estate and construction projects and building trends in the area. This magazine is published in the fall.

Columbia Basin College’s esports center offers the low lighting needed for screen-based competitions and space for 12 stations. (Photo by Jeff Morrow)

Higher education: CBC, WSU Tri-Cities celebrate new buildings, plan for the future

Columbia Basin College and Washington State University Tri-Cities each completed a major addition in the past year. The construction crews have moved on, but the two schools are busy contemplating…

The $10 million Fran Rish Stadium remodel project was completed at Richland High in August, 
just in time for the first high school football game on Sept. 3. (Courtesy Mike Edwards & Musco Lighting)

K-12 education: Build, rebuild, remodel – repeat?

The three biggest school districts in the Tri-Cities have a lot in common. Richland, Pasco and Kennewick each passed major bonds for new schools and other improvements in the years…

Residential development continues along Bob Olson Parkway near Southridge High School in Kennewick. (Photo by Scott Butner Photography)

City of Kennewick: A focus on infrastructure paves way for future growth

Kennewick, at 85,320 residents strong, continues to expand, develop and reinvent. “If you drive around our city, you can really see that we have progress and projects happening across all…

Road crews install concrete curbing along Burns Road adjacent to a new west Pasco
development near the intersection of Broadmoor Boulevard.
(Photo by Scott Butner Photography)

City of Pasco: Fast growing community is thinking big

Pasco grew by more than a third as 20,000 residents joined the city between 2010 and 2022. With a current population estimated at 80,180, Pasco is nipping at Kennewick (population…

New apartment units are being built near the intersection of Highway 240 and Kingsgate Way in the Horn Rapids neighborhood of Richland. (Photo by Scott Butner Photography)

City of Richland: North end draws large commercial, housing projects

An ongoing effort to market and prime the Horn Rapids area of Richland is paying off as nonstop growth continues at the northern end of the city. Richland is rewriting…

The Watermark a development, a development off Paradise Way will add 190 new hillside homes on 10,000-square-foot lots. (Photo by Kristina Lord)

West Richland: More homes going up on west end of town

West Richland continues to grow west. The city of 17,410 residents has added 5,600 people in the past 12 years and more homes are coming. In 2021, the city issued…