With the still-vibrant mural depicting the 2012 Paddle to Squaxin event displayed on its westside wall, the vacant Les Schwab waterfront property at 210 State Ave. next to Percival Landing has been purchased by Olympia developer Walker John, who hopes to turn it into a commercial space with a restaurant and 40-plus apartments. Photo taken March 13, 2017.
With the still-vibrant mural depicting the 2012 Paddle to Squaxin event displayed on its westside wall, the vacant Les Schwab waterfront property at 210 State Ave. next to Percival Landing has been purchased by Olympia developer Walker John, who hopes to turn it into a commercial space with a restaurant and 40-plus apartments. Photo taken March 13, 2017. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
With the still-vibrant mural depicting the 2012 Paddle to Squaxin event displayed on its westside wall, the vacant Les Schwab waterfront property at 210 State Ave. next to Percival Landing has been purchased by Olympia developer Walker John, who hopes to turn it into a commercial space with a restaurant and 40-plus apartments. Photo taken March 13, 2017. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

Olympia developer pursues downtown apartment-restaurant project at old Les Schwab site

March 13, 2017 3:32 PM

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