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Montlake Triangle/Rainier Vista wins top award

By JOURNAL STAFF

Montlake Triangle and Rainier Vista, which connect the University of Washington campus with Sound Transit's new light rail station, won top honors as an outstanding local civil engineering achievement from the American Society of Civil Engineers.

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Judge OKs plan to sell Dargey project

By JOURNAL STAFF

A U.S. District Court judge OK'd plans for a Las Vegas developer and a Chinese firm to take over a stalled 41-story hotel and housing project at 2116 Fourth Ave. in Belltown.


Redfin leases 4 floors at Hill7

By JOURNAL STAFF

Redfin has signed a lease for four floors totaling about 112,000 square feet in Touchstone's Hill7 hotel and office complex at 1099 Stewart St. in the Denny Triangle.


Seattle's boom is good for Tacoma

By NAT LEVY

The effects of Seattle's booming economy are being felt outside the city limits — all the way down to Tacoma and Pierce County.


Old 520 floating bridge won't be demolished on site in Kenmore

By JOURNAL STAFF

Kenmore City Council on Monday night voted unanimously in favor of a proposed agreement about where demolition of the old state Route 520 bridge will take place — or rather where it won't take place.

Cuba to legalize small, mid-sized businesses

By MICHAEL WEISSENSTEIN

The government will loosen the current rules that restrict private enterprise to self-employed workers in several hundred job categories, from restaurant owner to hairdresser.


‘Empty nests' are filling up again in U.S.

By CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER

The sharp shift reflects a long-running decline in marriage, amplified by the economic upheavals of the Great Recession.


Yellowstone Lake Hotel is turning 125 this year

By BRETT FRENCH

Architect Robert Reamer was only 29 when he designed the landmark hotel. He went on to design Old Faithful Lodge and 25 other structures in the park.


New-home sales at 8-year high

By CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER

Sales jumped 16.6 percent last month.


Rising housing market lifts builders, home goods sellers

Groundbreakings are running ahead of last year's pace, largely because of a dramatic increase in the construction of single-family houses, especially in the Midwest and South.


Friends, Romans: Help protect Rome's ruins

The city is seeking sponsors to “adopt” and maintain fountains, statues, historic palazzos and temples.


Craters of the Moon may get park status

A coalition in southern Idaho hopes to turn Craters of the Moon National Monument into Idaho's first national park.


Dubai plans homes along $270M canal

Officials in Dubai have announced a new, $270 million project to build homes and shops along part of the under-construction Dubai canal.



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