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Home prices rise at slowest pace in 20 months

By CHRISTOPHER S.RUGABER

Investors are pulling back from the housing market and many first-time buyers can’t get mortgages.

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Idaho techs help to create national emergency library

The Infrastructure Protection Digital Library is a searchable database that can be used during local, regional and federal emergencies.


Second marijuana shop opening here

Uncle Ike's joins Cannabis City, which opened in July south of downtown.


For sale: waterfront land near Bellingham

By JOURNAL STAFF

More than 125 acres of waterfront land south of Bellingham is for sale.


Compass Housing opens 72 units for low-income people in SLU

By JOURNAL STAFF

Compass Housing Alliance will hold a ribbon-cutting and open house from 3 to 5 p.m. Thursday for Compass on Dexter, a 72-unit apartment building in South Lake Union.


Equity starting 40-story tower with 398 apartments on Pine

By JOURNAL STAFF

Equity Residential said it is starting construction on a 40-story tower with 398 apartments at Second Avenue and Pine Street.


Legacy, Resmark starting Mercer Island apartments

By JOURNAL STAFF

Legacy Partners Residential and Resmark Apartment Living said construction will begin this week on a six-story, 209-unit apartment project on Mercer Island.


Bend council OKs new OSU campus

The Bend City Council approved plans Monday for a new Oregon State University-Cascades campus.


Ore. needs $100M a year for quakes

A panel of experts is recommending that Oregon spend at least $100 million a year to prepare schools and emergency buildings for a Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake.


Idaho board eyes Tamarack lease

Tamarack Resort could take a significant step toward a clearer financial picture Thursday when Idaho officials decide whether to transfer a ski area lease to a new company that emerged after a sheriff's bankruptcy sale last spring.


LA no longer requiring helipads on skyscrapers

The city's modern high-rises have been built in a variety of shapes, but creativity stops at the top so firefighters can land there.


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