(253) 302-4847  ·  Tacoma      (253) 844-4289  ·  Lakewood


Newer duplex located just off 6th Avenue! Here’s your chance to add a two unit property to your portfolio in a phenomenal location. Maybe choose to live on one side and rent out the other for a great house-hacking opportunity. Easy access to restaurants, cafes and shopping as well as commutability to I-5. There is no shortage of parking with alley access and an attached garage for each unit. Market rents are approximately $1,725 per side for plenty of cash flow.

Wright Park is ideal for a leisurely stroll or a quick walk, and is very popular in the summer months as it has a free sprayground, playground and plenty of picnic tables. This 27-acre arboretum is home to a rich collection of more than 600 trees - stunning in both the spring & summer when they’re ample and bright green, and impressive in the fall as they change from green to all the fall colors. W.W. Seymour Conservatory is a community treasure, hosting events throughout the year and a rotating assortment of seasonal flowers.

In the mood for a swanky cocktail or a light lunch? Head to 1022 South J and you’ll get just that! Like their Western Diamondback - Rye Whiskey, Smoked Brandy, Yellow Chartreuse and Pine Tincture Rinse. Tastes like winter, but will warm you up from the inside out! “One can expect to enjoy carefully crafted cocktails with innovative food creations with an eclectic musical sound-scape. All from the comfort of their urban living room.” - according to their website. The cheese and charcuterie platter is delicious and they also have a wide variety of yummy sandwiches.

2 local coffee shops just a couple of minutes away Manifesto Coffee Roasters - fresh roasted single-origin coffee and Red Elm - a family friendly establishment known for their fresh made waffles. You’ll also find in this area Pho King, Le Donut, Quickie Too Vegan Cafe and beloved Tacoma treasure Johnson Candy Company.

Drive west down 6th Avenue, where everything is happening and you’ll find MSM Deli (one bite and you’ll know why they’re called ‘Magical Sandwich Makers’!), Jazzbones - a great spot for taking in some music, Dirty Oscar’s Annex - not just for great cocktails, but they have a wicked brunch. The Red Hot - creative hot dogs and ample craft beers. Ice Cream Social thee place for all natural, homemade local ice cream you’ll take home by the pint full.

If you have to commute North or South, Hwy 16 is just a few minutes away for a quick hop on and connects right to I-5.


Ryan Knicely




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