As 2018 comes to a close, we’re taking a look back at the most popular South Sound Business stories of the year.
1. 40 Under 40
This year’s 40 Under 40 honorees are business owners, CEOs, program directors, financial officers, and more. And we feel they will only get better with age.
High upon a hill in Tenino stands an out-of-this-world custom home built by the heiress to the De Beers diamond fortune. It hit the market at a mere $11 million.
In 2003, columnist Dan Voelpel set a goal to persuade Portland’s McMenamin brothers to bring one of their signature brewpub/theater/music venue/hotel establishments to Tacoma.
There has been talk about a possible Top Golf location coming to the Tacoma Dome district. Meanwhile, at the Tacoma Firs Golf Center, plans already are well underway to transform the center into a similar golf-centric experience.
The 1889 landmark in downtown Tacoma has three stories, 10,676 square feet of office space, and a 5,593-square-foot penthouse perched on top.
The X Group Restaurants company plans to open a new Engine House No. 9 Brewery location in Tacoma’s Historic Brewery District in the coming months.
The McMenamins Elks Temple finally has an opening date: April 24, 2019. That may seem far away, but don’t worry. You can start making reservations now.
Abbie Cates, owner of Gig Harbor-based Flip Food Company, celebrated the grand opening of Flip Fresh, a small-scale specialty food store, on Antique Row.
The city of Ruston, which measures less than one-half square mile, arguably boasts an even grittier history, literally, than Tacoma.
From Prohibition to present: A previously desolate pocket of Tacoma is now hopping.