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Here's Urban Visions' design for 29-story tower with an exoskeleton
Rendering by NBBJ
NBBJ says the bus tunnel beneath Third Avenue makes it impractical to construct a conventional tall building.

Girders go in for Bellevue's elevated tracks

By JOURNAL STAFF

Crews recently placed two 117-foot-long precast concrete girders across 112th Avenue Northeast, near the future downtown transit station adjacent to Bellevue City Hall on Sixth Street.

Northwest Studio picked for county campus plan

By LYNN PORTER

King County wants a master plan for what could become a ‘next generation high-density town center’ in Seattle.

70 units planned for site on Roosevelt Way

By BRIAN MILLER

Northgate Auto Care Center, at 8829 Roosevelt Way N.E., is headed toward redevelopment.

Detroit starting 58-story tower, a symbol of the city's resurgence

By COREY WILLIAMS

Bedrock Detroit's $900 million, two-building project will include a 58-story residential tower and 12-floor building for retail and conference space.


Quotes by Big Charts

Elaine Erwin
Bassetti Architects
Logan Dougherty
The Watershed Co.
Amanda Clausen
Bassetti Architects
Susan Conway
Bassetti Architects


‘Overtourism' swamps Amsterdam, so Dutch capital pushes back

By MIKE CORDER

A group of cyclists slams on the brakes as a man pushing a wheeled suitcase stops abruptly in the middle of a busy bike path in downtown Amsterdam to pick up a toiletries bag he dropped.

Sexual harassment lawyer's advice is ‘Don't be a jerk'

By TOM SPIGGLE

Tom Spiggle says the growing fear among some men that sexual harassment laws are being enforced too stringently is misplaced.





TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Ocean industry council formed
Would $10 tolls on I-405 reduce traffic?

Business
Sexual harassment lawyer's advice is ‘Don't be a jerk'
Costco profit grows 17 percent
Tax bill: Investors try to figure which stocks will win
Ample tax cuts for some in GOP tax accord
Health care, banks drive stocks lower

Construction
Girders go in for Bellevue's elevated tracks
Agency OKs buses on shoulder of I-5
$216M deal for Idaho hydro work
Hurricane response under review by IG

Weekend
‘Overtourism' swamps Amsterdam, so Dutch capital pushes back
‘Mega' cruise ships coming to Seattle
Strange But True!
At the Movies: ‘The Last Jedi' is a welcome disturbance in the Force
Two holiday plays at Green Lake
Craft brewers to use bourbon barrels
Cruise Critic names award winners

Real Estate
Here's Urban Visions' design for 29-story tower with an exoskeleton
Northwest Studio picked for county campus plan
Tacoma spends $1.9M on tent site
70 units planned for site on Roosevelt Way
Detroit starting 58-story tower, a symbol of the city's resurgence

At the Movies: ‘The Last Jedi' is a welcome disturbance in the Force

By JAKE COYLE

A welcome disturbance in the Force, Rian Johnson's “The Last Jedi” is, by wide measure, the trippiest, scrappiest and most rule-breaking “Star Wars” adventure yet.


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.




Here are some tips for cyber shopping, online returns, and other financial advice for the year's end.  

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