Rendering of Stadium Apartments, planned for completion in 2018. The 10-story building at 102 N. G St., along the planned expansion of the Tacoma Link light-rail line, will take almost two years to build. The building was originally slated to be eight stories tall, but the project grew by two stories when Carino and Associates spent $38,000 to buy in to Pierce County’s first development-rights swap.
Rendering of Stadium Apartments, planned for completion in 2018. The 10-story building at 102 N. G St., along the planned expansion of the Tacoma Link light-rail line, will take almost two years to build. The building was originally slated to be eight stories tall, but the project grew by two stories when Carino and Associates spent $38,000 to buy in to Pierce County’s first development-rights swap. Aaron Locke © Aaron Locke/BCRA
Rendering of Stadium Apartments, planned for completion in 2018. The 10-story building at 102 N. G St., along the planned expansion of the Tacoma Link light-rail line, will take almost two years to build. The building was originally slated to be eight stories tall, but the project grew by two stories when Carino and Associates spent $38,000 to buy in to Pierce County’s first development-rights swap. Aaron Locke © Aaron Locke/BCRA

Construction starts soon on Stadium District apartment building

August 04, 2016 05:58 PM

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