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Group to buy 1890 Pioneer Square building for $4.7M as an ‘arts hub'
DJC photo by Jon Silver
A group of Seattle people that includes real estate developer Greg Smith has formed a partnership to buy the Scheuerman Building at 110 Cherry St. in Pioneer Square and turn it into an arts hub.

Fire starters pay little of firefighting costs

By THOMAS MORIARITY

Officials in Oregon may file a claim against the person whose lawnmower started a fire that so far has cost $36 million to fight.

Huge manufacturing plant in Eugene is up for sale; bidding starts at $3M

By ELON GLUCKLICH

A flier describes the 1.2-million-square-foot Hynix complex as 'the largest advanced manufacturing availability in the West.' Just the land and shell cost $250 million.

State building codes are getting an update

By JOURNAL STAFF

Written comments are due by Oct. 23 about the proposal.


Quotes by Big Charts

Derica Escamilla
EHS-International
Nadir Khan
EHS-International
Sarah Evans
Ogletree Deakins
Erin Cafferty
EHS-International




Tech wage case harks back to different era, like 2009

By MICHAEL LIEDTKE

Silicon Valley employers now regularly raid each other's workforces in search of talent.



Water ski maker moves to Snoqualmie

By JOURNAL STAFF

Square One designs and makes water skis, wakeboards and accessories under the Ronix and Radar brands.



The new home of the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers has achieved LEED Gold status, a first for an NFL stadium.




TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Snoqualmie may build treehouse

Business
Service firms expand rapidly on strong sales
What to expect from Fed on interest rates
Stocks close mostly higher
Summer ferry traffic is at a 12-year high
NYC landlords face new limits on buyouts

Construction
Wall collapses on workers in NYC
Water ski maker moves to Snoqualmie
Record $243M spent on wildfires
Residents of eroding Alaskan village want funding for evacuation road
Worker exposed to radiation at Idaho nuke plant
Fire starters pay little of firefighting costs
State building codes are getting an update

Environment
Spokane summer is hottest, driest ever

Technology
Your next car: a rolling robotic assistant
Tech wage case harks back to different era, like 2009

Weekend
There's more than wine in California's Napa Valley
Support is building for a new ‘Jurassic National Monument'
Strange But True!
At the Movies: Wilderness buddy film stars Redford and Nolte
After Hours: Beeronomics event is here Sept. 8-9
Fixes for beloved trail at Glacier Park
Seattle Rep 2015-16 tickets on sale now
BAM exhibit looks at hippie movement

Real Estate
Landmark decision on Belltown building
Group to buy 1890 Pioneer Square building for $4.7M as an ‘arts hub'
Bellingham taking over meth motel
Huge manufacturing plant in Eugene is up for sale; bidding starts at $3M

There's more than wine in California's Napa Valley

By MICHELLE LOCKE

Sunlit hills of lush green vineyards, blue skies, fine red wines: Some things about wine country never change. But others do, like where to eat, stay and play. Here's a roundup of what's new and what's worth revisiting in California's Napa Valley.

After Hours: Beeronomics event is here Sept. 8-9

The fourth international Beeronomics Conference will be at Sheraton Seattle Hotel Sept. 8-9. This is the first time the event has been held outside Europe.


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.




Blocked crosswalks, bike lanes and cross-traffic



Each fall, the AGC of Washington hosts its Past Presidents & Old-Timers’ Dinner, where amazing stories are told.



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