#TACOMAFM – The public is invited to an Adaptive Reuse Open House and Harmon Brewery Tour presented by the City of Tacoma’s Community and Economic Development Department and Planning and Development Services Department’s Historic Preservation Office on Friday, Nov. 14, 5 p.m., at Harmon Brewery and Eatery (1938 Pacific Ave. in Tacoma).
Appetizers will be available as attendees explore one of Tacoma’s largest and most successful adaptive reuse projects, the 1908 Harmon building, and learn more about how historic preservation creates economic opportunity.
“Adaptive reuse of existing and historic buildings has been the backbone of Tacoma’s redevelopment – be it in Downtown or within our Neighborhood Mixed-Use Centers,” said Council Member David Boe. “Projects have ranged from Union Station becoming a Federal Courthouse to the collection of warehouses on Pacific Avenue into the University of Washington – Tacoma Campus. I’m excited to host this event and share my experience with adaptive reuse as an architect in Tacoma.”
To purchase tickets, visit eventbrite.com. The cost to attend is $10 per person and tickets are limited. Contact Lauren Hoogkamer at email@example.com or (253) 591-5254 for more information.