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NYC eyes shelter along ‘Billlionaires Row'

By VERENA DOBNIK

The city plans to house 140 men in an old hotel on West 58th Street, next door to a sleek new tower that houses the superrich.



Woodinville's Redhook campus is new home ‘for everything ZinZanni'

By BRIAN MILLER

Teatro ZinZanni announced that it will lease space at the 22.8-acre former Redhook Brewery campus, at 14300 N.E. 145th St. in Woodinville.


Bend hospital adds new UV devices to kill nasty germs

By MARKIAN HAWRYLUK

The mobile devices disinfect rooms — including a tool sterilization room contaminated by a sewage pipe leak.


FAA's old building sells for $13.8M — 40 percent of its last sale price

By BRIAN MILLER

The Renton office building formerly occupied by the Federal Aviation Administration, at 1601 Lind Ave. S.W., has sold for $13.75 million, according to King County records.


Office property sells for $2.8M

By JOURNAL STAFF

A small office building 10827 N.E. 68th St. in Kirkland has sold for $2.8 million, according to King County records.


Sky Zone opening Tacoma rec park

By JOURNAL STAFF

Sky Zone will open an indoor recreation park west of Tacoma Community College this summer.

Viewpoint software firm sold for $1.2B

A Silicon Valley company has purchased Portland-based Viewpoint Construction Software for $1.2 billion in cash.


State board eyes $5.3B Avista sale

Customers of Avista Corp. told the state Utilities and Transportation Commission they're happy with their local electric and natural gas utility and see little benefit from its sale to a Canadian corporation.


Seattle No. 1 again as home prices jump 12.7%

By CHRISTOPHER RUGABER

But there are signs that the supply crunch could ease later this year as listings and home construction have picked up recently.


Power-sucking Bitcoin ‘mines' spark backlash

By MICHAEL HILL

Mining operations seek out cooler places with cheap electricity, such as along the Columbia River, but they can cause power rates to spike.


What's in a name? Agency rebrand reflects big shift

By KEN SWEET

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is dead. Long live the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection.


Bend aircraft CEO pleads guilty to fraud

Authorities say the former CEO of an Oregon aircraft company who defrauded customers by using their money for other projects and to support his lavish lifestyle has pleaded guilty.



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