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This SLU office space will be designed for 'innovative' tenants
Walton Street Capital is planning a seven-story structure that could be a living building.

Vote paves the way for hotel/housing high rise

By JOURNAL STAFF

A vote on Wednesday by the Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board paves the way for a developer to raze the National Cash Register Building at 1923-27 Fifth Ave. to construct a 47-story tower.

Survey: High-rent cities worth paying more for

By JOSH BOAK

A two-bedroom in San Francisco averages $4,250, but renters still gave it an “A+” because of higher-paying tech jobs, outdoor space and lifestyle.

PayPal eyes services for mobile world

By BRANDON BAILEY

PayPal is spinning off from parent company eBay this year and facing new competitive challenges, like Alibaba, Amazon and even Facebook.


Quotes by Big Charts

Paul Dorn
Rolluda Architects
Andy Clinch
Perkins+Will
Ed Palushock
Perkins+Will
Deborah Horn
Perkins+Will




Last-minute decision on Denver VA hospital allows construction to continue for 3 weeks

By DAN ELLIOTT

Kiewit-Turner estimates stopping construction would add up to $200 million to the cost of the project.


Trek July 11-19 from Mountains to Sound

Sign up now to get a discount for the 25th Anniversary Trek from Ellensburg to Seattle put on by Mountains to Sound Greenway July 11 to 19.


Herrera is testing to see whether new soil mixes can remove more heavy metals and other pollutants from stormwater.



TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Vote paves the way for hotel/housing high rise

Business
What small business wants in ‘16 election
Target is beating Wal-Mart in turnaround
New toll charges for Narrows Bridge
Cheap oil prices have hurt, not helped, the U.S. economy, and that's a surprise
Portland official faces jail for bribery
Energy leads market higher
Even liquor bottles are talking to smartphones
Oso general store may have to close

Construction
Three firms vie for $13M Sounder yard
Mountain Loop Highway reopens
Grand Canyon's Kolb Studio gets $400K make-over
Last-minute decision on Denver VA hospital allows construction to continue for 3 weeks
Homeowners, environmentalists sue Forest Service over logging road

Environment
Drought forecast is getting worse

Technology
PayPal eyes services for mobile world

Weekend
One World Observatory: $86M gets you OMG views and technology, too
How to garden with pets in mind
Strange But True!
Trek July 11-19 from Mountains to Sound
At the Movies: Blythe Danner excels in ‘I'll See You In My Dreams'
Mayflower II back in Massachusetts
Cutthroat trout may return to Yellowstone

Real Estate
In Detroit, whites move to city, blacks to suburbs
This SLU office space will be designed for 'innovative' tenants
Survey: High-rent cities worth paying more for
Cannon Fish opens new plant in Kent
330 Family Dollar stores may be sold

How to garden with pets in mind

By DEAN FOSDICK

Veterinarians are beginning to preach the gospel of gardening — primarily how organic fruits and vegetables can be used to improve the health of family pets.

One World Observatory: $86M gets you OMG views and technology, too

By VERENA DOBNIK

From the top of One World Trade Center, the nation's tallest building, it really does seem as if you can “see forever.”


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.






GLY Construction used 600 workers to make two record-setting concrete pours earlier this year in Bellevue. Find out how they did it.


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