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Clise buys hotel site in Denny Triangle

By JOURNAL STAFF

Clise Properties bought a piece of land at 2224 Eighth Ave. in the Denny Triangle that is home to a La Quinta Inn & Suites hotel.


What's new for zillionaires? $100M homes

By JOSH BOAK

Five homes sold around the world for more than $100 million in 2014, and a record 18 were listed for sale at that level, according to Christie's.


420 apartments due on two First Hill sites

By JOURNAL STAFF

Alliance Realty Partners is planning a two-building, 420-unit, mixed-use complex at James Street and Boren Avenue on First Hill.


Expedia buys HQ site for $229M

By JOURNAL STAFF

Expedia's $228.9 million purchase of its future Seattle waterfront headquarters has closed, property records show.


Spectrum starts 75-unit Decibel near Yesler Terrace

By JOURNAL STAFF

Spectrum Development Solutions has broken ground on the second of its three apartment projects near Yesler Terrace.


Convention center addition to cost $1.4B; may include housing, offices

By LYNN PORTER

High-rise housing and more than 500,000 square feet of office space could be built in connection with the Washington State Convention Center addition that is slated to start construction in 2017, according to the development manager.


Trammell Crow opens NW office

By JOURNAL STAFF

Trammell Crow Residential said it has opened a new Northwest regional office in Seattle, headed by Mark Hoyt, who was formerly with Security Properties.


CVS says it will rebuild burned Baltimore store

By DAVID DISHNEAU and JOYCE M. ROSENBERG

Rebuilding after riots is difficult and sometimes impossible for small businesses because most don't have the cash reserves or adequate insurance.


Chinese builder puts up 57-story skyscraper in 19 days

By PENG PENG and DIDI TANG

Using modular construction, Broad Sustainable Building Co. assembled three floors per day at Mini Sky City.


Report: $800K already spent on designers and attorneys for new St. Louis stadium

More than a dozen firms are crafting plans for a new open-air stadium along the Mississippi River.


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