City Attorney moving to Columbia Center
By JOURNAL STAFF
Seattle's law department, including the City Attorney's Office, will move to Columbia Center.
Higher fees or new approaches needed to get more affordable housing: report
By NAT LEVY
Two consulting firms released reports yesterday that could play a big role in the debate over how the city gets developers to build more affordable housing.
Kauri uses special wall panels to build Hyatt on a tight spot
By BENJAMIN MINNICK
A tight site near the elevated monorail track led Kauri Investments to try a new system of panelized walls to build the Hyatt House at Fifth Avenue and Broad Street.
Lessons from Atlantic City's casino crash
By WAYNE PARRY
A gaming expert from the University of Nevada Las Vegas said casinos around the country could find themselves in a similar situation — and soon.
Yellowstone ranch comments extended
The National Park Service is accepting more public comment on proposed infrastructure improvements at the historic Lamar Buffalo Ranch in Yellowstone National Park.
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