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New campus design lets REI rethink ‘how we work, commute and gather'
Image by NBBJ
REI has submitted early designs for its new campus in Bellevue's Spring District.

Uptown rezone would allow mostly mid-rises

By BRIAN MILLER

The city has released the final environmental impact statement and director's report on the proposed Uptown rezone.

Old ice warehouse in Belltown is now cool new event space called Block 41

By BRIAN MILLER

A new party and event space has opened in a vintage Belltown building at 115 Bell St., between First and Second avenues.

California races nature, clock to repair big dam

By ELLEN KNICKMEYER

California is not just fighting nature as it attempts to repair the damaged main spillway at the nation's tallest dam, pounded last month by surging storm waters. It's also racing the clock.



Quotes by Big Charts

Lisa Peterson
Hoshide Wanzer Architects
Geri Bullard
First Sound Bank




Hoffman gets $160M ST job

By JOURNAL STAFF

Sound Transit yesterday awarded a $159.8 million contract to Hoffman Construction Co. to build the U District Station finishes.


Wine, hills and stunning sunsets draw people to Porto, Portugal

By ALBERT STUMM

I was lost, looking for port wine caves dug into hills across the bridge from Porto. I trudged up a hill and rounded a blind corner, sidling against a stone wall to avoid tour buses flying toward me, when I stumbled on the highlight of my day: a nearly empty tasting room and private wine-cellar tour.



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.



After Hours: Sandberg, Strayed talk here May 16

Sheryl Sandberg, COO at Facebook, will appear in Seattle in a conversation with best-seller author Cheryl Strayed on May 16 at 7:30 p.m. at The Moore.




TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
New campus design lets REI rethink ‘how we work, commute and gather'

Business
A winner in plans to repeal Obamacare: tanning salons
Philly's soda tax brings in $6.4M
Judge OK's aviation firm's bankruptcy
Stocks close mostly lower
Shoppers skip stores, even as showrooms
Which clothing companies are folding up their shops?
Feds rule Trump D.C. hotel doesn't violate lease terms

Construction
Grenade found at Port Townsend
Idaho Senate kills $320M transportation plan
Hoffman gets $160M ST job
Bertha is 320 feet from finish line
$17M project will replace fish barriers near McCleary
New-home sales up despite higher mortgage rates

Environment
California races nature, clock to repair big dam

Weekend
Wine, hills and stunning sunsets draw people to Porto, Portugal
New opera tells heroic story of Negro Leagues star Josh Gibson
Strange But True!
At the Movies: Big-screen ‘CHIPS' a tawdry disappointment
Trafalgar Square art projects selected
‘Mean Girls' musical to debut in DC
After Hours: Sandberg, Strayed talk here May 16

Real Estate
Garbo's apartment on sale for $6M
Chicago has biggest dip in population
Old ice warehouse in Belltown is now cool new event space called Block 41
Uptown rezone would allow mostly mid-rises

Bertha is 320 feet from finish line

By JOURNAL STAFF

Bertha has about the length of a football field to go before the tunnel boring machine reaches the end of its 1.7-mile dig near Seattle Center and Aurora Avenue North.


$17M project will replace fish barriers near McCleary

By JOURNAL STAFF

The project will improve fish habitat by slowing the velocity of the streams at the culvert sites.


Idaho Senate kills $320M transportation plan

By KIMBERLEE KRUESI

The plan relied on future federal funding to repay bonds used for new roads.


New opera tells heroic story of Negro Leagues star Josh Gibson

By BETH J. HARPAZ

An opera about Negro Leagues baseball star Josh Gibson, whose power hitting rivaled Babe Ruth's, will have its world premiere in Pittsburgh in April.




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