Here comes the neighborhood | Photo of the day 7.11

A construction worker frames windows of the Bainbridge Landing develpment, slated for completion early next year.

The four-story, 115-unit apartment building, located next to Harbor Square in downtown Winslow, occupies a 4.7-acre parcel between Cave and Ferncliff avenues.

The property is owned by four parties, and Olympic Property Group, a subsidiary of timber company Pope Resources, started talking to the family about the land in 2004. Olympic Property Group formalized an agreement last September to buy the land, said Jon Rose, president of Olympic Property Group, pending approval of development plans with the city.

(Luciano Marano | Bainbridge Island Review)

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