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Lacey

About Lacey

33,368 in city
4,158,253 in metro
42 km² (16 mi²)
57.9127042185 m
Lacey is a fast growing suburb just north of Olympia. Lacey was founded in the late 1890s. The town was not much more than St. Martins University, a plywood mill and some farms until the 1950s, with the expansion of government jobs, the state's first indoor mall, and better transportation brought growth. Lacey exploded in growth and was incorporated in 1966. Today the population is over 33,000 and it seems this city may overtake Olympia as Thurston County's largest city. Future growth including high-rise development is expected to take place near the city's southern border at Hawks Prairie.

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No. of Buildings

No. Current status
5 All Buildings
5
existing

Building types

No. Type
5 low-rise building