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Tree Sustainable Decor

Address: 2416 S C St, Tacoma, WA 98402

In 2005, TREE planted its roots in Hong Kong, with a vision to bring together contemporary design and traditional handcraftsmanship and create timeless furniture made to last lifetimes.  From the seed of an idea, TREE has budded into a one-stop destination for sustainable style, offering naturally beautiful eco-chic furnishings and finishing touches lovingly made “from the heart”.

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Alma Mater - Arts and Community Space

Address: 1322 Fawcett Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402

Alma Mater just opened in 2018 at the site of the former Carpenters Building, a 23,000 square foot complex built in 1954. This building had been unused and in poor condition until it was redesigned into a community arts center with a cafe and lounge, art gallery, music venue, and artist work/education spaces.

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Second Use Building Materials

All materials sold at Second Use are reclaimed from sites that are being remodeled. This diverts waste from the landfill and has significant environmental benefits. Salvage saves money and materials resold are often significantly less expensive than buying new. Come see how fun and exciting architectural salvage can be! 

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Second Cycle

 Second Cycle supports, educates, and advocates for cyclists, new and   experienced, in the Hilltop and surrounding Tacoma community. Second   Cycle provides community work space, bicycle maintenance classes,   literature, youth bike programming, and repair service, as well as new and used bicycle components. Bicycles are one of the most environmentally forms of transportation available. Second Cycle further reduces environmental impacts by selling used bicycle parts and used bicycles which keeps materials out of the landfill. 

Address: 1205 M.L.K. Jr Way, Tacoma, WA 98405

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Marie Bed and Breakfast

123 Cushing St. NW, Olympia, WA 98502
Open May 19
The historic 1892 McIntyre home, meticulously preserved, has been updated for greater energy efficiency and transformed into The Marie BnB by local contractor Chris Ruef, of Altis Construction.

Olympia’s newest bed and breakfast, The Marie invites guests into artisan crafted Queen Anne style architecture.  

Featuring a carefully curated menu of fresh locally sourced food that includes vegan and vegetarian cuisine, and with easy accessibility to a beautiful garden and community park, The Marie is sure to help visitors Olympia feel the magic of our amazing Olympia.

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