Poulsbo Middle School Building 2 Addition

Location: Poulsbo, WA New addition to the middle school building which replaces 10 portable classrooms with new classrooms and support spaces. Scope of work to include an infill connecting the existing middle school building (Building 1) to the existing gymnasium and cafeteria building (Building 2). This project is an addition to existing Building 2 and [...]

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CoStar Insight: One Medical Office REIT Makes Up Significant Chunk of Total Investment Volume Office investment has reached new heights in Seattle this year, and while most of the sales involved large office towers or suburban complexes, other deals have helped push the envelope in the Puget Sound region. Total medical office sales volume [...]

2020-08-31T19:33:03+00:00December 3rd, 2019|Commercial, Development|0 Comments

Berschauer Group purchased the adjacent Historic Cornerstone Plaza Building

Berschauer Group of Olympia, Washington has purchased a five-story parking garage from Market Street MOB LLC for $11.5M. This acquisition comes two years after Berschauer Group purchased the adjacent Historic Cornerstone Plaza Building. Both properties are in the heart of Tacoma’s Central Business District at 13th & Market Street. The new purchase consists of a [...]

2020-08-31T19:31:39+00:00May 30th, 2019|Commercial, Development|0 Comments

Berschauer Group buys Historic Cornerstone Building in Tacoma

Berschauer Group recently purchased the historic Cornerstone Building in Tacoma’s downtown area from Regence Blue Shield. You can read more about the transaction here. South Sound Business Examiner Daily Journal of Commerce Tacoma News Tribune Regence Blue Shield recently sold the Cornerstone Building at 1148 Broadway in Tacoma’s central business district to Berschauer Group [...]

2020-09-03T20:03:19+00:00March 1st, 2017|Commercial, Development|0 Comments

Port of Kalama Opens New Offices & Museum

The Port of Kalama last week held a grand opening event for its Kalama Transportation Interpretive Center, which has a museum and new port offices at 110 W. Marine Drive. The 13,500-square-foot center was designed by Collins Architectural Group of Longview to resemble a traditional waterfront warehouse from the 1800s, reflecting on the area’s [...]

2020-08-31T18:48:45+00:00November 14th, 2014|Commercial, Industrial, Native American|0 Comments
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