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Mixed use replacement for Griswold’s building could be underway in spring

The Avalon building, which will replace the burned-out shell of the Griswold’s Office Supply Building in downtown Olympia, could be open for business as early as 2019. The proposed 28,000-square-foot development would include 30 apartments and a 5,900-square-foot commercial space on the ground floor, according to documents filed with the city. The developer hopes that work will begin in the spring, said Ryan Clintworth of Big Rock Capital Partners.

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