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Touchstone calls Tilt 49 a gateway between Capitol Hill, South Lake Union

By JOURNAL STAFF

The complex will be on Boren between Stewart and Howell streets, with an 11-story office building and a 36-story residential tower.


Bertha's pit gets down to last pile

By JOURNAL STAFF

Next, crews will install dewatering wells to make it easier to move Bertha into the rescue pit, and excavate the pit.


Developer marks start of 41-story Belltown tower

By JOURNAL STAFF

Site mobilization will begin in September, and crews will demolish a building on the site before starting construction.


Feds OK plan for $129M Mukilteo terminal

By JOURNAL STAFF

WSF wants to relocate the terminal one-third-mile east to a site adjacent to the Mukilteo Tank Farm, an abandoned U.S. Air Force fuel depot.


Park and ride is sold for $3M

By JOURNAL STAFF

Sound Transit is buying the Bonney Lake Park-and-Ride from Pierce Transit.


Waterfront building sells for $12 million

By JOURNAL STAFF

The buyer is a limited liability company that shares a Seattle address with Stream Real Estate and is managed by Stream managing member Tim Cavanaugh.


Redmond to build $20M bridge for bikes, walkers

By JOURNAL STAFF

It will connect the Overlake Village light-rail station with a regional trail on the west side of SR-520.

To create more affordable housing, Bend could make mother-in-law apartments easier to build

By HILLARY BORRUD

The proposal would allow accessory dwellings without a conditional use permit on all lots and increase the cap on size to 800 square feet.


New dorm opens at U of Alaska campus

Designed by MRV Architects, the building has suites instead of two-person rooms.


$800K needed to fix Okanogan roads

Flash floods and mudslides blocked two state highways in the area earlier this month.


Hermiston may start its own natural gas utility

City officials say the move follows new estimates from Cascade Natural Gas for a planned gas line to serve a corn seed plant that are five times higher than projected two years ago.


Polygamous town may build winery

State liquor authorities say the owners of Vintage Reserve Estates plan to sell wine through Utah’s state-owned liquor stores.


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