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New Arlington Apartments Offer Sliding Scale for Affordability

March 3, 2020
By Marysville Globe

SMOKEY POINT – The Villas at Arlington are opening.They offer 312 apartments with 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom options at 18506 Smokey Point Blvd.The 16-building community includes an outdoor swimming pool, an indoor sports court, gym, yoga studio, playground and barbecue area. Full Article. . .

Demographics, Higher Caps Highlight Senior Housing

January 28, 2019
By Globe
Positive demographics and higher cap rates compared with other investment options have brought more attention to the senior housing property segment during the past few years. Today’s seniors housing market is characterized by a wealth of available capital but a limited number of quality operators who have the capacity to expand services, according to a report Full Article. . .

Water/Environment Best Project: Cowlitz Falls North Shore Collector

November 6, 2018
By Engineering News Record Northwest
Located in the Cascade mountain range, Cowlitz Falls Dam sits in a narrow canyon across the Cowlitz River, where it has served as a power station and fish collection facility for 24 years. The $32.3-million North Shore Collector project upgraded the salmon runs, improving fish passage returns to 95% from 50%. Full Article. . .

World's largest surf wave coming to Lake Chelan

May 25, 2018
By Dennis Rahm, Lake Chelan Now
A stationary surf wave attraction, the first of its kind in the United States and the largest in the world, will soon be operational as part of the attractions at Slidewaters Lake Chelan. Full Article. . .

Marvin Williams Recreation Center nearly ready to open its doors

March 31, 2018

Piece by piece, workers pounded panels of maple timber together across the floor of the sunlit Marvin Williams Recreation Center gymnasium last week, arduously unveiling the hardwood that will serve as the centerpiece of the new complex.. Full Article. . .

‘You don’t feel like you’re alone,’ once-homeless veteran says of help from Salvation Army

November 30, 2017
, Seattle Times
Jack Coleman is living proof that homelessness can strike at any time in someone’s life. Coleman grew up in Los Angeles and joined the Army in 1965 after the Watts riots there that year made it hard for a young African-American man like him to get a job. Full Article. . .

No foul play suspected in largest fire in Lynnwood’s history

April 30, 2017
Everett Herald
CG Engineering is currently working with the developer on reconstruction.
Plans have started to rebuild The Reserve senior apartments that burned Jan. 25 near Scriber Lake. Full Article. . .

Puget Sound Emergency Radio Network Project is in Full Swing

February 26, 2017
The Puget Sound Emergency Radio Network (PSERN) is in progress and construction has begun on several radio sites throughout the County. Full Article. . . 

Ribbon cut for new Prestige Care Post-Acute and Rehab Center

September 17, 2016
The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce joined representatives of newly built Prestige Post-Acute and Rehab Center – Edmonds, for a ribbon cutting and open house Thursday. Full Article. . .