Highline Place construction making progress

By Thunderword Staff



Construction is picking up at Highline Place, the college apartment complex taking shape on the northeast side of campus. Highline Place faces Pacific Highway South, 236th Lane, next to Baskin-Robbins and the proposed location for Sound Transit's Highline Link Light Rail station.  The apartment complex will primarily target international students but will be available to everyone. Highline Vice President of Administration Michael Pham said that Highline Place is currently on construction of its third floor. Pham said that he is not sure when the project will be completed, but that their agreement with the landlord calls for work to be done in September of 2018.

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