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Demolition of writer's former home has Los Angeles re-examining its history

By JOHN ROGERS

The destruction of Ray Bradbury's home surprised some people because the guy who knocked it down was one of the city's most prominent architects, Thom Mayne.



LA rolls out new online database of historic sites

By JOHN ROGERS

Officials say this will help the city keep track of its historic resources, help tourists find them and possibly prevent people from tearing them down.


Bellevue office rents may hit $51 by 2017

By JOURNAL STAFF

If employment meets projections and the tech industry continues to grow, downtown Bellevue office landlords are going to be a happy bunch over the next few years.


DSA says 65,000 people now live in downtown Seattle, more coming

By JON SILVER

A Commute Seattle survey showed the number of people commuting downtown by transit and other alternative modes has increased to 69 percent.


Epic snow puts big chill on Northeast real estate

By PHILIP MARCELO

All that snow in New England may make your property look as pretty as a calendar shot, but it won't do you any favors if you're trying to buy or sell a house.


Mayor names new Seattle fire chief

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray introduced Glendale, California, Fire Chief Harold Scoggins on Wednesday as the new fire chief in Seattle


Google releases work tools for Android phones

By MICHAEL LIEDTKE

Google is releasing a set of tools designed for businesses and employees who want to get work done on Android-powered smartphones, setting up a skirmish on another key front of mobile computing.


Energy software may save county money

King County officials say they hope to save money and energy by using new software that tracks electricity use in real-time.


TJ Maxx, Marshalls will raise wages, too

By JOSEPH PISANI and ANNE D’INNOCENZIO

What the major players in the U.S. retail industry decide to do will have a big impact on the job market as a whole.


Lowe's has strong quarter as consumers tackle home projects

Sales at stores open at least a year climbed 7.3 percent.



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