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Ryan to build 740 Kirkland units in big Rose Hill redevelopment
Rendering by MG2
Plans go back some four years to redevelop an old shopping center at 12040 N.E. 85th St. in Kirkland's Rose Hill neighborhood, just east of Interstate 405.

Mack breaks ground on 200 Yesler Terrace units

By BRIAN MILLER

There was no announcement from Mack Real Estate Group, but with general contractor Exxel Pacific, it has broken ground at 821 S. Washington St. on the Yesler Terrace campus.


Federal Way Link extension reaches The Commons mall

By JOURNAL STAFF

Crews recently installed elevated light rail track that reaches the northeast corner of The Commons at Federal Way shopping center.


Death comes to the Wayne, with 175 Belltown units eventually to follow

By BRIAN MILLER

First it was landmarked, but not protected. The Wayne Apartments gradually emptied after a sale to developers last year, and its neighbors were boarded up.

Alliance makes land deal, with 194 Kent units to follow

By BRIAN MILLER

As planned, Alliance Residential has acquired its development site at 315 E. Novak Lane in Kent, where a 194-unit apartment project should break ground shortly.


Toxic pilings pulled from the Duwamish

By JOURNAL STAFF

Crews from Pacific Pile & Marine are busy pulling 1,800 timber pilings coated in toxic creosote from the mouth of the Duwamish River in Seattle.

Tsutakawa Memorial Gates to be re-installed at Arboretum

By JOURNAL STAFF

Back in early 2020, a series of sculptural gates that welcomed visitors to the north entrance of the Washington Park Arboretum were stolen and later destroyed.


Tips to take the sting out of 50% higher car rental prices

By SALLY FRENCH

High demand, a global semiconductor shortage and labor industry shortages contributed to the low supply of rental cars.


Rock mag Creem attempts comeback after more than 30 years

By DAVID BAUDER

Creem, which billed itself as “America's only rock ‘n' roll magazine” during two decades of existence that ended in 1989, is being revived next month.


After Hours: Free music today at Denny Park

Looking for some live music to start your weekend? Spend your lunch hour today with The Aqua-Nets, starting at noon at Denny Park, 100 Dexter Ave. N.



TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
$20M loan for aquarium expansion
Tsutakawa Memorial Gates to be re-installed at Arboretum

Business
Large research dairy proposed for Idaho
Stars Coffee, anyone? Starbucks successor opening in Russia
Washington wineries make top 100 list
Starbucks must reinstate workers
Gravity Payments CEO Price resigns
Stocks post modest gains
WSP USA

Construction
Federal Way Link extension reaches The Commons mall
Toxic pilings pulled from the Duwamish

Weekend
Tips to take the sting out of 50% higher car rental prices
New museum to preserve Delaware Underground Railroad history
Rock mag Creem attempts comeback after more than 30 years
At the Movies: ‘Three Minutes' a tragic celluloid memorial
After Hours: Free music today at Denny Park
Visit the rodeo on Labor day weekend
Opera season brings shows, open house
Seattle Faerie Fest in Cal Anderson

Real Estate
Ryan to build 740 Kirkland units in big Rose Hill redevelopment
Empty store sells for nearly $3M
Death comes to the Wayne, with 175 Belltown units eventually to follow
Mack breaks ground on 200 Yesler Terrace units
Alliance makes land deal, with 194 Kent units to follow



Dan Chhan
Cushman & Wakefield
Emily Skadan
Cushman & Wakefield
Sam Wayne
Cushman & Wakefield






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