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Port of Tacoma site sells for $28M; new owner plans logistics center
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Pierce County records show the sale of almost 53 acres at the Port of Tacoma for $28 million.

Building on Second Ave. nominated as landmark

By LYNN PORTER

Seattle's Landmarks Preservation Board voted unanimously Wednesday to nominate the Mama's Mexican Kitchen building at 2234 Second Ave. in Belltown as a city landmark.

Odds of earning more than your parents have plunged

The likelihood that young adults will earn more than their parents has plummeted in recent decades, a study has found, fueling concerns that the American dream of steady upward mobility is foundering amid a widening wealth gap.

Belltown hotel/apartment tower doubles in size, but not in height

By BRIAN MILLER

When plans were last seen in March for a 17-story hotel/condo tower in Belltown, the dimensions were tight.


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Next year's hot color? ‘Greenery'

Amid social, political and environmental tumult around the world, the Pantone Color Institute on Thursday plucked fresh and zesty “greenery” as the color of the year for 2017.

Artists fear crackdown after fatal Oakland fire

By JOCELYN GECKER

People living in buildings with numerous code violations fear their lifestyles and the Bay Area's vibrant art scene are endangered.


Sleek casino with Bob Dylan art is opening outside Washington

By BRIAN WITTE

Far from the Las Vegas Strip, MGM Resorts International opens its $1.4 billion MGM National Harbor casino and resort just outside the nation's capital this week.


Norwegian and Royal Caribbean get approval for Cuba cruises

By BETH J. HARPAZ

Norwegian and Royal Caribbean cruises on Wednesday announced that they have received permission from the Cuban government to sail from the U.S. to Cuba.

At the Movies: Ebullient ‘La La Land' is something to sing about

By JOCELYN NOVECK

Musical lovers, take a bow. Your favorite art form is having quite the cultural moment.




TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Next year's hot color? ‘Greenery'

Business
Silicon Valley disrupting the way we bank but change is slowed by complexity, trust
Woman sentenced for mail theft
Odds of earning more than your parents have plunged
Truck safety rollback may be just the beginning
More gains for stocks

Construction
More HOT lanes opening on SR 167
Kodiak spaceport launch pushed into 2017
An urban park entices Tacomans back in the water
Nonprofit brings art to Point Ruston
The Foss is a hot spot for development in Tacoma
Dakota Access pipeline builder fights $15K fine
Seattle energy consultant seeks dismissal of charges in $24M Oregon solar project
Issaquah senior community adds auditorium
11-acre waterfront park will top huge slag pile
Point Ruston goes from cleanup to community

Environment
Fukushima radiation detected in Oregon
Harvard cuts gas emissions by 30%
Wind project may get an eagle permit
DOE may miss Hanford deadlines

Weekend
Norwegian and Royal Caribbean get approval for Cuba cruises
Sleek casino with Bob Dylan art is opening outside Washington
Strange But True!
After Hours: Holiday Market is at Westlake Park
At the Movies: Ebullient ‘La La Land' is something to sing about
Newport, Oregon — just 3,365 miles away
Lonely Planet picks Asheville as top spot

Real Estate
Building on Second Ave. nominated as landmark
Hilton Bellevue sells for $84.2M
180 Puyallup units sold for $36.1M
Artists fear crackdown after fatal Oakland fire
Belltown hotel/apartment tower doubles in size, but not in height
Port of Tacoma site sells for $28M; new owner plans logistics center

Issaquah senior community adds auditorium

By JOURNAL STAFF

Crews recently finished an 8,100-square-foot auditorium that is part of the $154.5 million second phase for Timber Ridge at Talus that is wrapping up in Issaquah. The continuing care retirement community is at 100 Timber Ridge Way N.W.


Hilton Bellevue sells for $84.2M

The seller was PD Bellevue Associates LLC, which acquired the property in 2005 for $48.5 million, when it was branded as a DoubleTree.

After Hours: Holiday Market is at Westlake Park

There are seasonal markets in places like New York, Chicago, Berlin and Paris — and now there's one in Seattle.


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