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U Village expansion plans show most surface parking to disappear
Rendering by Shugart Wasse Wickwire
The next phase of University Village's expansion and redevelopment has its second and likely final design review on Monday, at Good Shepherd Center, 4649 Sunnyside Ave. N., starting at 8 p.m.

Local group pays $15.85M for part of the Seaboard Building

By BRIAN MILLER

Local firm Trinity Real Estate announced that it and an unnamed local partner have acquired the lower six floors and basement of the landmarked Seaboard Building, at 1500 Fourth Ave., on the southwest corner of Fourth and Pike Street.

More apartments due near Roosevelt station

By BRIAN MILLER

Redevelopment plans for the Healing Arts Building site, at 6300 Ninth Ave. N.E. in Roosevelt, are ready for their first design review.

Geologists warn of slides in wildfire-scarred Gorge

By ANNA KING

Geologists for the state of Oregon are warning of the risk of major landslides in parts of the Columbia River Gorge that were hit by wildfires this year.


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Bridge design being used in Seattle passes shake table test in Nevada quake lab

By SCOTT SONNER

Some of the designs have been used for the SR 99 highway off-ramp under construction in Seattle.

Fall a great time for golf in San Diego

By JOHN MARSHALL

The golf courses are still in great shape, crowds are smaller, deals abound and the humid, cool and sometimes overcast weather known as the marine layer isn't quite so persistent.


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A & E
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Business
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Construction
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Texas crane topples, killing 2 workers
Bridge design being used in Seattle passes shake table test in Nevada quake lab
Eight contractors to build border wall prototypes
New Juneau shelter will house 32
FBI data center in Idaho expanding
Housing starts fall for 2nd month in a row

Environment
300 bats caught at Salt Lake school
U. of A. gets $30M for Biosphere 2
Geologists warn of slides in wildfire-scarred Gorge

Technology
Review: Glitzy iPhone X aside, iPhone 8 is fine

Weekend
Fall a great time for golf in San Diego
Airfares for many travelers expected to rise due to bag fees
Strange But True!
Jennifer Lawrence stuns in audacious ‘mother!'
After Hours: Greek fest starts today in Montlake
Book now for best ski vacation deal
Jasper Johns' home to be art retreat
Tate to reunite Picasso nudes

Real Estate
Dupre + Scott Apartment Advisors
Weekly Apartment Update

U Village expansion plans show most surface parking to disappear
More apartments due near Roosevelt station
Local group pays $15.85M for part of the Seaboard Building
Tacoma mansion sells for nearly $6M
3 WoodSpring hotels for state


After Hours: Greek fest starts today in Montlake

The St. Demetrios Greek Festival runs today through Sunday at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Montlake, with traditional Greek food, music, dancing, wine, shopping and a children's area.


Jennifer Lawrence stuns in audacious ‘mother!'

By LINDSEY BAHR

Women give, men take and the Old Testament crashes into modern anxiety in director Darren Aronofsky's “mother!“ It is an audacious, bold and fascinating fever dream of a film. It's allegory for, well, everything (the environment, marriage, art, spirituality, you name it!), that will challenge, distress and edify anyone who chooses to submit themselves to this creation for two hours.



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