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KEXP to start $15M station
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Public radio station KEXP said will begin construction next month on its new home at Seattle Center.

Urban Renaissance Group buys Touchstone Corp.

By NAT LEVY

Urban Renaissance Group has acquired Touchstone Corp., one of the most active developers in this region.

Vulcan sells Alcyone for $61M

By JOURNAL STAFF

Vulcan Real Estate sold the Alcyone Apartments to Equity Residential of Chicago for $60.9 million property records show.

Coming soon to Harvard Exit: offices, restaurants

By JOURNAL STAFF

Scott Shapiro, a local developer and investor, confirmed he is buying the 1925 building on Capitol Hill that houses Harvard Exit Theater and plans to reopen it in 2016 as office and restaurant space.


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Denny Brown, DJC president, has died

By JOURNAL STAFF

Denis Orton Brown died on Monday, Dec. 15, at age 78 in his home in Bellevue.


Artist finds niche: painting for people ‘in love with their D9s'

By JON SILVER

Customers send photos of what they want to depict. Top subjects: heavy equipment, work crews and jobsites.
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High performance buildings are a waste if the people inside don’t understand how to operate them.



TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
KEXP to start $15M station

Business
Denny Brown, DJC president, has died
State jobless rate up to 6.2 percent
Colorado will fund medical pot research
Google researching the power of color at work
Best day of the year
What makes a Kickstarter Staff Pick?
How to catch the eye of Kickstarter staffers
Portland jobs back, but incomes lag

Construction
Artist finds niche: painting for people ‘in love with their D9s'
3rd airport in Beijing to cost $13B
Alaska ferry project flap over U.S. steel
Terrorism insurance bill blocked

Environment
Wyo., Mont. allowed into coal hearing

Real Estate
Crib Notes: What's up for 2015? Bertha will get fixed and homes will get technology — lots of it
Point Ruston gets Mio Sushi
AT&T shows new store design
Change at Capitol Hill Champion
Vulcan sells Alcyone for $61M
Urban Renaissance Group buys Touchstone Corp.
Coming soon to Harvard Exit: offices, restaurants
N.Y. panel picks sites for 3 mega resorts
D.C. gives final OK to $200M stadium
4 groups propose Tacoma hospitals

Crib Notes: What's up for 2015? Bertha will get fixed and homes will get technology — lots of it

By JOE NABBEFELD

In mid-December 2011 the latest monthly MLS stats carried a joyful little surprise: The supply of homes for sale in Seattle had tightened for the first time after more than four years of dismal recession.



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.




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The contractor has provided 7.8 million meals nationally over the past six years.


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