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Fed building bids rise, so auction extended

By JOURNAL STAFF

The deadline for bidding on the old downtown Seattle Federal Reserve building at 1015 Second Ave. has been extended again. Now it's 2:30 p.m. Saturday.


Sierra tilts Sumner warehouse

By JOURNAL STAFF

Panattoni Development's Tamarack Distribution Center is expected to be finished in April.


New York developer eyeing tower on 5th

By JOURNAL STAFF

A New York-based firm called Douglaston Development may be the latest to join Seattle's building bonanza.


Old Fed building price keeps rising

By JOURNAL STAFF

Bidding for the former Federal Reserve building at 1015 Second Ave. in downtown Seattle continues.


Recology Store to open in Burien

By JOURNAL STAFF

Recology CleanScapes will hold a grand opening today for its new store in Burien.


47% of households say they spend all income

Pew said its analysis found that if a typical middle-class household had to weather a period without any income their savings would be gone within 21 days.


Whole Foods, 288 apartments in 16-story tower on Broadway

By JOURNAL STAFF

The city will hold its first public review of plans for a 16-story apartment tower with a 40,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market.


Oregon will tackle tax ruling that may have blocked major projects

Oregon lawmakers are moving quickly to deal with a property-tax question blamed for blocking major projects planned by Google and Apple.


Blanchard Plaza sells for $120M

By JOURNAL STAFF

An entity related to the AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust bought Blanchard Plaza at 2201 Sixth Ave. for $120.7 million, property records show.


Ice thaw may have caused bricks to fall onto Philly store's roof

Temporary repairs are being done to secure the nearly 90-year-old building next to the Lululemon store following Tuesday's collapse of a parapet wall.


Fewer Americans commit to buying homes last month

By JOSH BOAK

Home affordability pressures should ease in 2015 due to strong job gains in recent months coupled with falling mortgage rates.


Jones New York to close stores

Jones New York announced Thursday that it is closing stores, discontinuing its wholesale business and will look at strategic alternatives for its brand.


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