A new HomeGoods store under construction at Columbia Center in Kennewick reflects ongoing growth in the Tri-City economy. Benton-Franklin Trends, an economic initiative of Eastern Washington University, reports the local GDP grew 35 percent between 2001-14.
A new HomeGoods store under construction at Columbia Center in Kennewick reflects ongoing growth in the Tri-City economy. Benton-Franklin Trends, an economic initiative of Eastern Washington University, reports the local GDP grew 35 percent between 2001-14. File Tri-City Herald
A new HomeGoods store under construction at Columbia Center in Kennewick reflects ongoing growth in the Tri-City economy. Benton-Franklin Trends, an economic initiative of Eastern Washington University, reports the local GDP grew 35 percent between 2001-14. File Tri-City Herald

Trends: Tri-City GDP rose to $10.2B in 2014

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