What We Do

Since 1985, we have remodeled 20 homes, fully designed and permitted a 12 slip Marina as well as an office complex on Gig Harbor bay and remediated (see Stutz below) the contamination of 5 above ground fuel tanks on Gig Harbor bay and received our NFA from Ecology. 

Our Mission

We focus on saving buildings that would otherwise be razed. By preserving the history of these building and breathing new life into their spaces, we can bring about change and improvement in neighborhoods. Our motto is “Save History 1 Building At a Time” and that is ingrained in everything we do. 

We specialize in buildings that are difficult to sell in traditional ways and work with sellers to purchase the property. Our expertise comes from working with these buildings and the issues that arise from trying to fix them. From city and state demands to ecological concerns, we make every effort to restore building and improve properties so they are in the best possible condition.

Exterior Front Street Project

Who we are and what we do.

Our Successes

The following projects are just a select few of the many projects we have completed since the early 1990’s.

Our Historical interest came full circle while doing business in Issaquah. We were fortunate enough to purchase the oldest building in the City, built in 1887. It was the old IOOF Building, otherwise known as the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. There are a number of them situated in old parts of Cities all across the State and built to spec almost exactly alike. From there, we bought our next one built in the early 1900’s.

When we targeted Old Town Issaquah for our first few purchases, there wasn’t much going on there. As a matter of fact, behind our second building by the old train tracks and the site of the future park, there were only dirt roads with painted parking stalls. Within 18 months, all of that changed and we had a new park, and blacktop parking.