Proposed 20-Unit Art-Loft Townhomes 

One Tumwater Hill Art-Lofts.

Offering inspirational views every morning is a tough amenity for others to compete with; especially when it’s from your personal roof top deck. And neighborhood parks that accommodate most family activities give them new ways to connect, presenting a viable alternative to electronic entertainment.

Tumwater Hill Elementary School was the first resident of this master planned community and is a magnet to parents who want to live nearby. The South Sound Community College represents an enrollment of about 5,000 adult-students a ½ mile away. And housing demands by our Joint Base Lewis-McChord are increasing, with monthly housing allowance rates within our price points. Care-free renter’s by-choice will pre-lease early to secure the best view units.

The Tumwater Hill Park, Overlook Park and community open space total more than 30-acres that surround the community with viewing points and forested walking trails in nearly 360 degrees. The Capitol Dome lights up at night like a beacon in the dark. Cranes at Port and boats on the bay will be in the distance.

Old school architect, Lynne Martin of Tacoma, and class-act designer Denise Wilson of Carbon River Homes, hit an out of the park home run that really has no competition. Carbon River has refined it’s sub-contractor lists for value and quality, only through their experience in this market. No one has tools to build it better, at a more competitive price.