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W.G. Clark's old HQ comes down to make room for Clark apartments
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The new building at 408 Aurora Ave. N. will be seven stories with 75 studio apartments.

89 Beacon Hill units planned near station

By BRIAN MILLER

Studio19’s preferred plan is for a six-story building, with retail facing Beacon.

Burien issues RFP for developer to build new hotel, maybe more

By LYNN PORTER

The city of Burien is seeking proposals from developers for a hotel — and potentially retail, housing and office space — on 1.3 acres it owns on Southwest 150th Street, between First and Fourth avenues.

Feds OK ‘game-changing' fix for Hanford vapors

By PHUONG LE

The U.S. government will test and implement a new system to capture and destroy dangerous vapors released at the nation's most polluted nuclear weapons production site as part of a settlement agreement reached Wednesday.

On the Block: The UW is ready to ground-lease its property above the U District Station

So much is happening in the University District that it can be hard to keep track of all the transit oriented development (TOD) pegged to the light rail service expected to begin in July 2021.

Quotes by Big Charts

Shannon Chang
OAC Services
Roland Bautista
OAC Services
Colleen Toomey
Stepherson & Associates
Ashley Johnson
OAC Services


Site on Ravenna may get 115 housing units

By BRIAN MILLER

The small, 53-year-old office building at 444 Ravenna Blvd. N.E. isn't publicly listed for sale. However, there's a new redevelopment plan from owner Flatiron Properties and broker CenturyPacific, which appears to be offering a ground lease for the property.

Woodinville building sells for $10.6M

By JOURNAL STAFF

A warehouse at 14051 N.E. 200th St. in Woodinville has sold for just over $10.6 million, according to King County records.


All about the Elks Lodge

By JOURNAL STAFF

The century-old Tacoma Elks Lodge is undergoing a $34 million renovation by Ankrom Moisan, Andersen Construction and owner McMenamins.

10 Kirkland units are sold for $3M

By JOURNAL STAFF

A small old apartment building at 518 Second St. in Kirkland has sold for almost $3.4 million, according to King County records.




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A & E
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Business
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NLRB proposes new joint employer standard
Markets mixed as bonds surge
Trump's tariffs could sow trouble in farm districts

Construction
Elizabeth Rinehart found her calling in construction, and 20 years later leads Walsh's operations here
Century-old telegraph cabin in Alaska returns home after crews reinforce eroding riverbank

Environment
Feds OK ‘game-changing' fix for Hanford vapors
Spokane council overrules on energy

Real Estate
On the Block: The UW is ready to ground-lease its property above the U District Station
All about the Elks Lodge
Kelly joins Realogics Sotheby
NAIOP October mixer
W.G. Clark's old HQ comes down to make room for Clark apartments
Site on Ravenna may get 115 housing units
Burien issues RFP for developer to build new hotel, maybe more
89 Beacon Hill units planned near station
Bellevue site sells for $5M
Woodinville building sells for $10.6M
10 Kirkland units are sold for $3M
Kent Red Lion sold for $6.6M
Boise appeals homeless ruling


Elizabeth Rinehart found her calling in construction, and 20 years later leads Walsh's operations here

By SAM BENNETT

Rinehart is overseeing several affordable housing projects, including three in Seattle with nearly 300 units.
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Century-old telegraph cabin in Alaska returns home after crews reinforce eroding riverbank

By SAM FRIEDMAN

Alaska's Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation used crowdfunding to raise funds to move the cabin.



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The UK’s Clean Growth Strategy looks to renewable technologies — like biomass boilers and solar panels — for a lower-carbon future.

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