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Haggen to acquire 146 grocery stores


Haggen, the Bellingham-based grocery chain, said today it has reached an agreement to acquire 146 Albertsons and Safeway stores as part of the divestment of properties following the merger of those two chains.

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Ex-billionaire jailed for contempt

The case stems from the 2008 bankruptcy of Montana's Yellowstone Club, a private ski and golf resort.

White Motor Co. may be landmark


The Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board on Wednesday unanimously nominated the White Motor Company Building on Capitol Hill as a city landmark.

Hahn Building is not a landmark


The Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board on Wednesday voted against nominating the Hahn Building at 103 Pike St. as a city landmark. The vote was two in favor of nominating it and six against.

Veterans share stories about their big projects


Some of Seattle's most iconic projects might have fizzled if not for the creativity of the people who designed and built them.

Bellevue offices sold for $91M


An entity related to the investment arm of New York Life Insurance Co. paid $90.7 million for Sunset Corporate Campus, a two-building office campus along Interstate 90 in Bellevue, property records show.

Holland may build tower on First Hill


Holland Partner Group is eyeing a 17-story mixed-use tower on the site of a McDonald's restaurant at 1122 Madison St. on First Hill.

Woman sues over Fenway elevator fall

A 22-year-old woman who fell two stories down an elevator shaft at Fenway Park and was seriously injured is suing the owner of the Boston Red Sox and an elevator company.

Daly Partners starts 61 units in Dexter Courtyard Apartments

Daly Partners recently broke ground on Dexter Courtyard Apartments at 1701 Dexter Ave. N. on Queen Anne.

Hospital in Pendleton to be razed

After years of trying to save it, Pendleton leaders are cheering plans to raze the former Blue Mountain Recovery Center, a state mental hospital that was shuttered in March.

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