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Equity Residential seeks artists
to help on West Seattle project

Image courtesy Equity Residential
Construction is underway on a six-story apartment project near the West Seattle Junction, and developer Equity Residential is looking for artists to work on the structure's 20 exterior support columns.

$8M trail through arboretum will start construction next spring

By JOURNAL STAFF

Construction will start next spring on a 1.25-mile trail for pedestrians and bicyclists through Seattle's Washington Park Arboretum.

Real Estate Buzz -- For sale: Prime spot on Bellevue Way

By NAT LEVY

Investors from around the world are battling to get their hands on a piece of downtown Bellevue, and here's another property that's sure to set off a rumble.

Flood control budget for 2015 totals $56M

By JOURNAL STAFF

The money will pay for work underway along the Green River, Cedar River, White River and Snoqualmie River basins.


Quotes by Big Charts

Erin Brouillette
Freiheit & Ho Architects
Tony MacDonald
Landau Associates
Celene Blair
Landau Associates
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Landau Associates




Rehab of Astoria bridge won't be done until 2021

As of September, the project has cost $17.7 million and will likely end at close to $21.8 million.


Some homeowners add solar panels for the car

By DEE-ANN DURBIN

The panels aren't cheap and neither are the cars, but advocates say the investment pays off over time.


JLL: 190 firms seek space downtown

By JOURNAL STAFF

Jones Lang LaSalle says more than 190 companies are looking for office space in downtown Seattle and almost half are tech companies.



Do you have renderings or photos of recent projects? Share them with DJC readers. Send high-resolution images and information to maude.scott@djc.com.





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Rehab of Astoria bridge won't be done until 2021
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Driver rams car into museum

Environment
Flood control budget for 2015 totals $56M
Market sought for tree-thinning wood
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Real Estate
Real Estate Buzz -- For sale: Prime spot on Bellevue Way
JLL: 190 firms seek space downtown
Equity Residential seeks artists to help on West Seattle project
The Park at Woodinville sold for $30M
Judge: guests OK at farmworker housing
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Developer secures funds for 3 WTC

The Park at Woodinville sold for $30M

By JOURNAL STAFF

KBS Realty Advisors of Newport Beach, California, said The Park at Woodinville — five buildings with 239,600 square feet of warehouse and manufacturing space at 14241 N.E. 200th St. — sold for $29.7 million.



Who leads Rafn? A 'construction nerd,' a one-time elevator operator and an MBA

By LYNN PORTER

Newly minted CEO Shawn Rhode has been a carpenter, foreman, superintendent, COO and president.
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Recent “Champions of Sustainability” include Avista Corp. for its corporate headquarters. The next winner, The Allen Institute for Brain Science, will be honored at the November 2nd Seahawks game.


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Crews were filming an episode of the new TV series “The Man in the High Castle,” which lays out a scenario that Germany and Japan won WW II.


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