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Amazon starts Kent fulfillment center

By JOURNAL STAFF

This will be Amazon's fourth fulfillment center in the state.


Study: $4.6M in taxes from Gorge

Nearly 400,000 people attended concerts at The Gorge Amphitheater in 2013, generating $4.6 million in state and local taxes, according to an economic study created by the owners as they seek to expand the scenic venue.


Existing home sales rise for 4th straight month

By CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER

Distressed sales made up just 9 percent of sales in July, the lowest proportion since the Realtors began tracking the figure in October 2008.


Atlantic City fears closing casinos may be eyesores

By WAYNE PARRY

Some experts say they could become corporate headquarters, condos, entertainment-related rentals or even student housing.


Canadian firm looks to develop First Hill sites

By LYNN PORTER

British Columbia Investment Management Corp. is considering options for developing approximately three-quarters a block adjacent to Town Hall Seattle overlooking downtown, and has an option to do a joint venture redevelopment on an adjacent block. Both properties are zoned for high-rises.


Mini-roundabouts can be built for as little as $50,000

By BENJAMIN MINNICK

With the budget noose tightening on road funding, the Washington State Department of Transportation will build three mini-roundabouts near Bellingham to save money.


Mortage rates hit year's low at 4.10%

Average long-term U.S. mortgage rates declined this week, with the 30-year loan rate hitting its low for the year.


Schnitzer West getting ready to start Madison Centre

By NAT LEVY

Schnitzer West is preparing to start construction on Madison Centre, a 37-story, 754,000-square-foot downtown Seattle office tower.


Meadowlands proposal includes casinos, hotels and a monorail, but won't be a new Atlantic City

Business leaders want to transform the area into a multi-venue entertainment district.


Bank of America settlement likely to benefit few

By JOSH BOAK

Bank of America's record $16.65 billion settlement for its role in selling shoddy mortgage bonds — $7 billion of it geared for consumer relief — offers a glint of hope for desperate homeowners.


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