An early rendering shows a proposed development near the University of Washington Tacoma. The street on the right side of the V is South 21st Street; the street on the left side of the V is Jefferson Avenue.
An early rendering shows a proposed development near the University of Washington Tacoma. The street on the right side of the V is South 21st Street; the street on the left side of the V is Jefferson Avenue. BCRA Handout image by city of Tacoma
An early rendering shows a proposed development near the University of Washington Tacoma. The street on the right side of the V is South 21st Street; the street on the left side of the V is Jefferson Avenue. BCRA Handout image by city of Tacoma

Details emerge on plan to develop land near University of Washington Tacoma

October 02, 2015 02:22 PM

UPDATED October 02, 2015 05:16 PM

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