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Office, industrial markets still hot


Colliers released its third-quarter reports on the office and industrial markets last week, and the view is still rosy.

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Investor eyes 400-foot tower with 326 units


King County records show that the Denny Triangle site of the recently closed Shilla restaurant sold for $8.34 million.

Downtown Bellevue site sells for $16M


King County records show the sale of two adjacent properties for $16 million. The seller was Allen Building Partnership, associated with the Biria family, which acquired the two parcels in 1985 for $1.5 million.

Eugene may name plaza after author

A group of Eugene residents wants the city's public square named after author Ken Kesey, a native Oregonian.

Design shown for Roosevelt TOD apartments


Developer Hive had its third design-review presentation this week for a planned 106-unit mixed-use building at 6717 Roosevelt Way N.E. Designed by Board & Vellum, the seven-story structure will have 3,600 square feet of commercial space and below-grade parking for 36 vehicles, plus a bike storage room.

Historic home in the way of $900M N.J. interchange job

Many hope to spare the home from the wrecking ball, including the U.S. Department of the Interior and its American Battlefield Protection Program.

Bethel sees $277K from alcohol sales

Bethel has collected over a quarter of a million dollars in alcohol sales taxes since a pizza shop sold the city's first beer in more than four decades earlier this year.

Brass thief damages Philly building

The theft of a 6-foot section of brass railing from the Union League of Philadelphia sent brick and stone tumbling to the sidewalk.

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