Construction workers climb on scaffolding Tuesday at the Home2 Suites hotel in the Queensgate area of Richland. The hotel will feature 120 suites and is expected to open in spring 2017. The Tri-City economy extended its growth streak to 41 months in August, according to Washington Employment Security Department.
Construction workers climb on scaffolding Tuesday at the Home2 Suites hotel in the Queensgate area of Richland. The hotel will feature 120 suites and is expected to open in spring 2017. The Tri-City economy extended its growth streak to 41 months in August, according to Washington Employment Security Department. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
Construction workers climb on scaffolding Tuesday at the Home2 Suites hotel in the Queensgate area of Richland. The hotel will feature 120 suites and is expected to open in spring 2017. The Tri-City economy extended its growth streak to 41 months in August, according to Washington Employment Security Department. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

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