The Parkside II Apartments in the Columbia Tech Center development broke ground summer of 2017. This project consists of two, four story of wood framed apartment buildings built on slab with at grade parking. In total, the development will have 206 units, containing a mix of studio, one, and two-bedroom apartment homes. The two structures will be connected via a glass atrium walkway and share an expansive central courtyard. The project has completed framing, and is presently working to finish MEP, [...]
Breaking ground this month is IPT Tualatin. This project includes the new construction of a 157,230 square foot speculative manufacturing building on a 9 acre site along the north side of SW Tualatin-Sherwood Rd. The concrete tilt-up building will have a 32’ clear height and have 4 overhead doors; 36 dock and 4 at-grade. The building is set up to handle up to four tenants. The completed project will also have 158 parking spaces. This project is due for completion [...]
By DJC Staff (Shared from DJC Seattle here) Storage company Clutter has expanded its warehouse space three times since it started operations in the Seattle area 16 months ago. Now the Culver City, California-based company will expand for a fourth time, trading 25,000 square feet of warehouse space in Kent for 104,000 square feet in Des Moines. Clutter was founded in 2015. It picks up, stores and returns customers' belongings on-demand. The process involves photographing each item and creating an [...]
Last week held the grand opening event for La-Z-Boy in Issaquah, Washington. The event was well attended and guests included Chris Washko, Owner and CEO of La-Z-Boy Seattle, Issaquah's new mayor Mary Lou Pauly, and also an appearance from Issaquah resident, Doug Baldwin. Sierra's work didn’t involve the actual T.I. build-out for this project; but the Sierra team took an existing building on Front Street in Issaquah that was previously a Staples, that was previously a Safeway, that was previously [...]
The team began sitework for this project December 2017. Portside 55 North is just over 200,000 square feet of industrial development on 10.5 acres, less than 1 mile from the marine terminals in the Port of Tacoma. The project even has Tacoma Rail to the site. The larger of the two, Building A, is 152,350 square feet with 47 truck bays, while the smaller Building B will have 51,230 square feet with 16 truck bays. Both buildings will have a 30' clear [...]
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The project team at Prologis’ Georgetown Crossroads took a moment to celebrate on Tuesday, as the structural steel erection on the main, three-story section of the fulfillment center had been completed.Coastal Steel began the steel erection process in December of 2017, and was completed on March 6th. Approximately 5,000 tons of structural steel was used in the three-story building. The shell was tilted with 86 panels; the largest weighting 210,000lbs.The project team is now in the process of completing 16, [...]
Sierra has begun construction on a four story, mixed-use commercial building in Ballard, Washington. Avenue 55 is developing the new 71,460 square foot light industrial/flex space project. The space is divisible down to 4,000-8,5000 square feet. The project will feature a central freight elevator with clear heights of 20' per floor, and also includes parking for 46 vehicles. This project is due for completion at the end of 2018.
Over the next week at Interbay Self Storage in North Seattle, the project team will be completing the structural steel and decking, with deck pours on the remaining three stories scheduled to be completed by the end of February.The Interbay Self Storage project is a four story self-storage building that is a tilt and structural steel hybrid. Due to its smaller footprint yet complex design it provides challenges to build. Because the building's footprint is so small, the team could not cast all off the exterior [...]
Sitework began last year on this 135,387 square foot tilt-up commerce center on 7.5 acres in Gresham, Oregon. ‘Big Eddy’ has a 30′ clear height, 30 dock doors and 5 grade level doors with a 6″ slab. Located within in the Airport Way submarket the project is a part of a 230-acre master-planned business park development. This project was completed at the end of 2017.