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The Rush Companies, headquartered in Gig Harbor, has moved its second office to Seattle's Mercer Island. The new office, located at 3010 77th Ave. SE, Ste. 204, was opened to better serve the construction and development company's clients building in Seattle and the Eastside — hence the location between downtown Seattle and downtown Bellevue.
The Rush Companies and Pastakia + Associates last month broke ground on Woodland, a mixed-use development at 9039 Greenwood Ave. N. in Seattle.
Rush Development has a good example of how quickly this change is happening. About a year ago, Rush finished Proctor Station in North Tacoma. It cost $31.5 million to develop, and all 151 units and 12,000 square feet of retail space are leased. Rush will break ground in mid-April on a similar project just a few blocks away, at 3910 N. 25th St. It has 10 fewer units and 8,800 square feet of retail, but the development cost will be $36 million.
A chain-link fence closed off a block in Tacoma's Proctor District on Monday — along with dresses, suits and other forgotten clothing at a former dry cleaners. It's the site of Madison 25, the soon-to-be sister development of Proctor Station. The block is bordered by North Proctor, North Madison and North 25th Streets and an alley.