SEQUIM — The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe has purchased several building spaces along West Washington Street and North Sequim Avenue, including the Sequim Trading Plaza.

Some of the current 11 rental spaces include Hurricane Coffee Co., Cedarbrook Lavender, Bauer Interior Designs, Lavish Day Spa and Pacific Mist Books.

The tribe also purchased the parking lot behind the businesses and the former doctor’s office at 103 W. Cedar St. adjacent to the Sequim Civic Center.

W. Joe Allen, economic development authority director for the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe announced the acquisition in the tribe’s February newsletter.

Landmark Property Management will contract with the tribe to handle applications and leases, according to the newsletter. The tribe does not own any of the current tenants’ businesses.

Tentative plans include updating signage to give it “the Jamestown look,” closing the alleyway between Hurricane Coffee Co. and Cedarbrook Lavender to vehicle…

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