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Rush Commercial Breaks Ground at Paceline Apartments

September 28, 2016

Rush Commercial broke ground on Tuesday morning at the new Paceline apartment complex in Shoreline, WA. Roughly 25 people came to celebrate the new 221-unit project. Company founder Gordon Rush, President Matt Smith, VP of Development Chris Dewald, VP of Capital Blake Carbonatto, and VP of Commercial Lee Kilcup represented the Rush team at the ground breaking.


Mayor of Shoreline Chris Roberts, and Deputy Mayor Shari Winstead attended, along with representatives from developer The Metropolitan Companies, the project team, architects, and representatives from the city.

Matt addressed the group of guests, expressing gratitude for their support on the project. The project team took questions before the guests were invited to enjoy lunch at the site and look at the plans for the project. 

The project includes two levels of parking with 211 stalls and a spacious bike room. The apartment is located on a major bike trail. Paceline gets its name from the cycling in which bikers line uup closely behind each other to conserve energy and gain speed. The apartments will offer a high-end luxury feel, featuring best in class amenities and finishes.

The Paceline project team includes Larry Hutchinson as Sr. Project Manager, Project Manager Frank Davis, Sr. Superintendent Tom Miller, and Sr. Project Engineer Danette Kirby.