ROBERT WHALE, Auburn Reporter

ROBERT WHALE, Auburn Reporter

Downtown dig

Work underway to build new residential apartment complex

Teutsch Partners has started work on the residential apartments it plans to build for Seattle-based NW Holdings at 1st Street Southeast and South Division Street, two blocks south of Auburn City Hall.

The seven-story, wood-framed building will offer 227 apartments, ground-floor retail and 252 stalls on two levels of parking.


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