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Landmark Properties plans 450 units on large site near U District station
Rendering by Colliers
Colliers announced in April that it was selling a nearly one-acre site in the U District, at 4202 12th Ave. N.E. Now a buyer has stepped forward with an even bigger plan.

Stantec, Graham replace 1936 bridge on U.S. 12

By JOURNAL STAFF

Stantec and Graham Contracting are the design-build team that is replacing Wildcat Creek Bridge on US 12 east of White Pass, near Rimrock Lake, for the Washington State Department of Transportation.

Plan would limit mining in Methow

By PHUONG LE

A large swath of federal land in Washington's Methow Valley would be protected from future mining for 20 years under a proposal recommended by the U.S. Forest Service.

79 housing units at 14th & Pine on Capitol Hill ready for design review

By BRIAN MILLER

The first design review is at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 26 at Seattle University, 824 12th Ave.

WATG CEO says Seattle office closing, not others

By LYNN PORTER

Anthony Mallows said this is part of a broader move to incorporate new technology and more efficiently manage operations and design.


Quotes by Big Charts

Shannon Chang
OAC Services
Roland Bautista
OAC Services
Joe Molina
Baylis Architects
Colleen Toomey
Stepherson & Associates


Talon pays $18.6M for Ballard industrial site

By BRIAN MILLER

Talon Private Capital has paid $18.6 million for 4 acres at 1121 N.W. 45th St., in Ballard on the Lake Washington Ship Canal.


Seattle court to clear past pot convictions

Judges in Seattle have agreed to clear past misdemeanor convictions for pot possession that were prosecuted before marijuana was legalized in Washington state.


New data shows downside of ‘gig' jobs

By CHRISTOPHER RUGABER

Evidence is growing that ‘gig' work doesn't deliver the financial returns many expect, and doesn't appear to be reshaping the workforce.




TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
WATG CEO says Seattle office closing, not others
Council OKs $700M KeyArena project

Business
New data shows downside of ‘gig' jobs
Fed watchers look for hints about rates, future
A look at escalating U.S.-China trade war
Seattle court to clear past pot convictions
Idaho college sees rural branches grow
Ore. winegrowers plagued by fakes
New law gives tax credit for paid leave
Stocks dip on trade talk troubles

Construction
Report finds dozens of gas leak explosions in Texas since 2006
Stantec, Graham replace 1936 bridge on U.S. 12
Keystone XL developer to start construction in 2019

Environment
Salem cherry trees may get the ax
Plan would limit mining in Methow

Technology
Greece uses drones to spot tax cheats

Real Estate
79 housing units at 14th & Pine on Capitol Hill ready for design review
Talon pays $18.6M for Ballard industrial site
Landmark Properties plans 450 units on large site near U District station

Council OKs $700M KeyArena project

The Seattle City Council has unanimously approved plans for a privately funded $700 million renovation of KeyArena, clearing one of the last major hurdles in the city's bid to land an expansion NHL franchise.

Keystone XL developer to start construction in 2019

By GRANT SCHULTE

The $8 billion oil pipeline would be 1,184-miles.




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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