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Apartment complex in California made of recycled cargo containers

By AMANDA LEE MYERS

Potter's Lane cost $6.7 million and took six months to build, with 15 units just for homeless vets.

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After 40 years, Fort Knox opens vault to civilians

By ADAM BEAM

The depository holds more than $186 billion worth of gold.


Braseth gets MUP for mixed-use project in the Alaska Junction area

By BRIAN MILLER

Braseth Construction and the Braseth family have been active in the Alaska Junction neighborhood of West Seattle. Now the owner-contractor team has a master use permit to build 76 units and office space at 4532 42nd Ave. S.W.


China to limit overseas real estate deals

China's government is moving to curb domestic companies' investments abroad in property, sports, entertainment and other fields, following a series of high-profile, multibillion-dollar acquisitions by Chinese firms.


30 Magnolia units sell for $12.6M

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Marinwood Apartments, at 3628 24th Pl. W. in Magnolia, have sold for $12.6 million, according to King County records.


Site near U Village has sold for $3M

By JOURNAL STAFF

An older warehouse property at 3012 N.E. Blakeley St. has sold for $3 million, according to King County records.


21 Licton Springs units sell for $4.5M

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Carolyn Court Apartments, at 9512 Interlake Ave. N., have sold for $4.57 million, according to King County records.


Ore. county seeks $11.7M for housing

Lane County officials are seeking $11.7 million in funds to design and construct a 50-unit apartment building in Eugene that would house homeless people and offer them support services.


33 'rifting' units eyed for a site in U District

By BRIAN MILLER

Five years ago, a small old house at 818 N.E. 42nd St. sold for $600,000. The 127-year-old structure is located between Interstate 5 and Roosevelt Way Northeast, and was long ago converted into four small apartments.


NTSB report: Worker urged evacuation before school blast

By AMY FORLITI

The NTSB said the explosion happened as two contractors were installing new piping to move gas meters from the school's basement to the building's exterior.


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