Final home sales at Salishan mark milestone for Tacoma’s East Side
Michael Mirra spots an empty potato-chip bag, blown by the wind onto an otherwise pristine playground. Without missing a beat, he picks it up.
The park, the kids climbing on its big toy, and the homes that surround it have particular significance to Mirra as the executive director of the Tacoma Housing Authority. He looks out for all of it in the nearly 200 urban acres and more than 1,300 dwelling units just off of Portland Avenue that make up what he earnestly refers to as “the largest redevelopment of its time in the history of the city.”
We’re at New Salishan, marking an important achievement for Tacoma and the city’s East Side.
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