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Crib Notes: Even NAR gets it — Go green at home

By JOURNAL STAFF

Companies like Morgan Stanley and Honda are making big bets on the green revolution, and the National Association of Realtors is offering classes on Earth Overshoot Day.

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Port of Anchorage shifts focus to modernization

CH2M Hill is helping to design a new project following a failed expansion that resulted in more than $300 million in costs, unused materials and lawsuits.


Wright Runstad options Angle Lake site for TOD

By JOURNAL STAFF

Wright Runstad & Co. has an option to buy some land directly west of the Angle Lake light rail station in SeaTac and says it could build more than 1 million square feet on the property.


Hudson Pacific plans 8-story project near waterfront in Pioneer Square

By NAT LEVY

Hudson Pacific Properties is planning an eight-story, 155,000-square-foot office building on the same block as a Pioneer Square building it bought earlier this year.


Homebuilder confidence at 9-year high

By ALEX VEIGA

The brighter outlook reflects growing optimism that sales will increase over the next six months.


Burned mill another blow for struggling timber town in Calif.

By JEFF BARNARD

Weed never recovered from the logging cutbacks of the 1990s to protect the spotted owl and salmon that put tens of thousands of people out of work.


WSU, UW held talks on co-branding med school

The Spokesman-Review says a meeting to seal an agreement was stymied when WSU officials hesitated.


District may move Seattle World School

Seattle Public Schools is seeking comments on moving Seattle World School to the TT Minor School building on Capitol Hill.


Vacation rentals boom in Bend; so do complaints

By HILLARY BORRUD

One short street has nine vacation rentals and some neighbors say its time for the city to crack down.


Reverse mortgages making a rebound

By HOPE YEN

But the FHA is writing new rules aimed at reducing the current default rate of 10 percent, roughly double the level of regular mortgages.


Applications for pot shops in jeopardy?

Washington state is warning dozens of people who applied to run legal marijuana shops that their chance of getting a license is in jeopardy.


El Paso tower to become hotel

The O.T. Bassett Tower office building in downtown El Paso will be converted into a 100-room boutique hotel.


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