DAVITA, one of Tacoma’s largest employers, announced it plans to move the rest of its office workers, about 500 people, to Federal Way in about four years, once a new office building is built there. The company currently occupies all 10 floors of the Peter Sandberg Building at Pacific Avenue and South 15th Street. Dean J. Koepfler / Staff Photographer
DAVITA, one of Tacoma’s largest employers, announced it plans to move the rest of its office workers, about 500 people, to Federal Way in about four years, once a new office building is built there. The company currently occupies all 10 floors of the Peter Sandberg Building at Pacific Avenue and South 15th Street. Dean J. Koepfler / Staff Photographer DEAN J. KOEPFLER Tacoma News Tribune
DAVITA, one of Tacoma’s largest employers, announced it plans to move the rest of its office workers, about 500 people, to Federal Way in about four years, once a new office building is built there. The company currently occupies all 10 floors of the Peter Sandberg Building at Pacific Avenue and South 15th Street. Dean J. Koepfler / Staff Photographer DEAN J. KOEPFLER Tacoma News Tribune

Large employer announces it’s leaving Tacoma

August 03, 2017 05:21 PM

UPDATED August 06, 2017 05:17 PM

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