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Gig Harbor’s Rush Cos. expands to Seattle

One of Rush Commercial’s projects, Proctor Station, is a retail-apartment building in the Proctor neighborhood. Rush Commercial has opened a Seattle office.
One of Rush Commercial’s projects, Proctor Station, is a retail-apartment building in the Proctor neighborhood. Rush Commercial has opened a Seattle office. Staff photographer file

A division of Gig Harbor’s Rush Cos. has opened a second office in Seattle, the company announced Tuesday.

Rush Commercial, which does everything from general contracting to design/build services, will work out of 4636 E. Marginal Way. The Seattle team has six projects underway in King County, according to a news release, including the Keelson Apartments in Ballard and work in tenant improvements and restaurants in downtown Seattle. The projects range in value from $18,000 to $24 million.

Devin Page, Vice President of Rush Commercial, leads the new office. He has been with Rush Commercial since 2013. The business has grown from a staff of 8 to 38 and increased in revenue from $23 million to a projected $60 million at the end of 2015, according to the release.

“The goal of the Seattle office is to provide a platform for Rush to service existing clients and develop new opportunities in the region,” Page said in the release.

Rush is an equity partner and builder of Proctor Station. It also built The Pacifica, by the Tacoma Mall. Rush was founded in Gig Harbor in 1987.

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