It first was home to Tacoma’s Azure Swimming Pool and later served as the Tacoma Longshoremen’s Union Hall. After that, the B and B Glass company took up residence, then restaurants and stores. It also has its own off-street parking with an eight-stall lot.
TractionSpace CEO and partner, Don Morrison and his partners purchased the site, located across from the Tacoma Municipal Building, in February 2019 for $1.8 million, according to county records on file.
According to TractionSpace’s news release:
“Members can expect regularly scheduled networking events, personal wellness briefings and industry experts covering current business topics. TractionSpace organizers are also planning entrepreneur-in-residence programs, business coaching and executive mentoring to help businesses and individuals navigate successfully into the future.”
It also will have an onsite dining option: Cafe Azure is set to open at the end of the month, according to Morrison.
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