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SeaTac says new road opens up new development opportunities
Photo from the city of SeaTac
The $14 million road completes a new arterial corridor between South 188th Street in SeaTac and South 216th Street in Des Moines.

Prologis Park SeaTac sold for $6M

By JOURNAL STAFF

Prologis acquired the property through one of its AMB investments funds in 2002 for $2.9 million.

Strike ends: Teamsters, concrete firms reach a deal

By JOURNAL STAFF

A contract was ratified today by 92 percent of the 294 sand and gravel workers.

Wallace, Vitamilk families gear up for final phase: Green Lake North

By BRIAN MILLER

CollinsWoerman is designing a six-story building with about 133 units, retail and parking.


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Concrete strike could expand to more workers

By BENJAMIN MINNICK

Drivers of dump trucks and concrete mixers are striking against CalPortland.


Suspected car thief climbs LA port crane, dies in fall

The man broke a window and climbed into the crane cab, then climbed out, walked to the end of the crane over water as darkness fell.



Spend a night in the 19th-century at Sturbridge Village near Boston

By TRACEE M. HERBAUGH

For $325 you get a straw bed, bonnet, musket, and a bag to store your iPhone and flip-flops. It'll take you four hours to make dinner.


Works begins on $1.6B NYC train hall

The light-filled train hall will be built across from the cramped and dark Penn Station.





TODAY'S STORIES

Business
Tense days for owners without legal status
Tech companies move to banish extremists
Markets see big loss
Apple farmers may see higher returns
Walmart's online sales soar as it seeks to catch Amazon
Airlines make it harder to earn free flights

Construction
Suspected car thief climbs LA port crane, dies in fall
Senator: 'Buy America' plan needs flexibility
Works begins on $1.6B NYC train hall
Graves to be moved from under road
Top half of Suquamish ferry leaves Tacoma
Concrete strike could expand to more workers
25-ton bronze sphere back at WTC site
SeaTac says new road opens up new development opportunities
Skagit County looks at electric ferry for Guemes Island run
Judges favor Christie's 127-mile N.J. dune project
Strike ends: Teamsters, concrete firms reach a deal

Weekend
Spend a night in the 19th-century at Sturbridge Village near Boston
Lonely Planet has new app Trips: Be inspired or tell your own story
'Patti Cake$': hip-hop dreams in New Jersey
Strange But True!
Parks Service ends plastic bottle ban
Eclipse traffic jams? Yes, there's an app
Wildflowers in bloom at Mount Rainier

Real Estate
Wallace, Vitamilk families gear up for final phase: Green Lake North
Prologis Park SeaTac sold for $6M
Idaho city to pay after chemical burns children
Alaska fish plant damaged by fire

Walmart's online sales soar as it seeks to catch Amazon

Walmart paid more than $3 billion for Jet.com last year, and since then picked up smaller players including ModCloth and Moosejaw.


Top half of Suquamish ferry leaves Tacoma

By JOURNAL STAFF

After 16 months of fabrication at Jesse Co.'s shop in Tacoma, the ferry's superstructure on Wednesday was rolled onto a barge and towed by the tug Pacific Knight to Vigor's Harbor Island Shipyard in Seattle.

Alaska fish plant damaged by fire

The plant’s offices, the processing section and the facility’s large freezer were destroyed. Still standing are housing quarters for about 150 workers, the egg processing house and part of the dock.


Tense days for owners without legal status

By GISELA SALOMON and CLAUDIA TORRENS

Many are selling their businesses, transferring them to relatives or closing altogether to avoid a total loss if they are abruptly deported.



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Who has the power? What power does design have? The seventh annual citywide design fest runs Sept. 9-22, with a sneak peek Aug. 15.

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