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Crib Notes: What's up for 2015? Bertha will be digging tunnels and homebuyers will be digging technology

By JOE NABBEFELD

Close-in areas will be strongest, as in close to Amazon in South Lake Union and close to downtown Seattle.

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Urban Renaissance Group buys Touchstone Corp.

By NAT LEVY

Urban Renaissance Group has acquired Touchstone Corp., one of the most active developers in this region.


Vulcan sells Alcyone for $61M

By JOURNAL STAFF

Vulcan Real Estate sold the Alcyone Apartments to Equity Residential of Chicago for $60.9 million property records show.


KEXP to start $15M station

By JOURNAL STAFF

Public radio station KEXP said will begin construction next month on its new home at Seattle Center.


Coming soon to Harvard Exit: offices, restaurants

By JOURNAL STAFF

Scott Shapiro, a local developer and investor, confirmed he is buying the 1925 building on Capitol Hill that houses Harvard Exit Theater and plans to reopen it in 2016 as office and restaurant space.


N.Y. panel picks sites for 3 mega resorts

By DAVID KLEPPER

Three economically distressed counties in upstate New York have been selected as sites for casinos, a panel announced Wednesday, bringing an end to a fierce competition among developers and job-hungry communities.


Terrorism insurance bill blocked

The legislation has been critical to economic sectors such as construction, real estate, hospitality and major sports leagues.


4 groups propose Tacoma hospitals

Pierce County's two biggest health care providers hope to build a $41 million, 120-bed psychiatric hospital in Tacoma.




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