A rendering of what the “work/live” artist spaces at the Station Artist Lofts will look like once completed. Six of the development’s 14 units will have rents capped at 80 percent or below the area’s median income, according to Tacoma Community and Economic Development Director Ricardo Noguera.
A rendering of what the “work/live” artist spaces at the Station Artist Lofts will look like once completed. Six of the development’s 14 units will have rents capped at 80 percent or below the area’s median income, according to Tacoma Community and Economic Development Director Ricardo Noguera. Courtesy city of Tacoma/The Station Artist Lofts
A rendering of what the “work/live” artist spaces at the Station Artist Lofts will look like once completed. Six of the development’s 14 units will have rents capped at 80 percent or below the area’s median income, according to Tacoma Community and Economic Development Director Ricardo Noguera. Courtesy city of Tacoma/The Station Artist Lofts

Matt Driscoll: Creating spaces for artists to live and work in Tacoma makes sense

May 11, 2016 09:17 AM

UPDATED May 14, 2016 01:02 PM

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