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Northwest Kidney Centers' plan for Yesler Terrace takes shape
Rendering by Mahlum
Plans first emerged in April for Northwest Kidney Centers' planned new facility on the northwest corner of Yesler Terrace, right next to Harborview Medical Center.

Walsh may win double-header of big Eastside sewer projects

By BENJAMIN MINNICK

The Walsh Group is the apparent low bidder on two related but separately bid King County sewer projects on the Eastside. Together, the projects total about $87 million for the Chicago-based contractor's local office.


Seattle's storied Panama Hotel awarded landmark status

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

The Panama Hotel, at 605 S Main Street in the city's historic Japan Town, has been awarded landmark status from Seattle's Landmarks Preservation Board.


104 Capitol Hill units trade for $42M

By BRIAN MILLER

Two Capitol Hill apartment buildings have been sold for a combined price of over $42.1 million. Colliers announced the deal and represented the single seller, Stream Real Estate, which developed the duo.


Rafn now building 157 Green Lake units

By BRIAN MILLER

Demolition and earth work have begun at 420 N.E. 72nd St., which is the third of three sites to be redeveloped in recent years on the former Vitamilk properties around Green Lake.


Final design tweaks for 197 Greenwood units

By BRIAN MILLER

There will be an administrative design review on Friday for a planned seven-story, 197-unit apartment project at 504 N. 85th St. Only small changes have been made since the last review in May.

Competition offers a glimpse into the airport of the future

By JOURNAL STAFF

Fentress Architects recently announced the winners of its Fentress Global Challenge (FGC) 2021: Airport of the Future competition. Fentress received a total of 80 entries from applicants all over the world. Four awards were given.

White Center welcomes two new themed bars

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

Over the last few years, the restaurant and hospitality sector in White Center has grown significantly. So much so that The Stranger mused if the neighborhood might be the new Capitol Hill. It also appears that White Center is becoming a hot spot for themed bars.

After Hours: Find unique gifts at Urban Craft Uprising

Find some unique holiday gifts and support local makers at Urban Craft Uprising, Saturday and Sunday at Seattle Center Exhibition Hall, 305 Harrison St.


At the Movies: Spielberg offers a rousing ‘West Side Story' revival

By JAKE COYLE

We're so rife with reboots and remakes today that it can take a moment to gauge just what Steven Spielberg's “West Side Story” is.



TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Competition offers a glimpse into the airport of the future
Seattle's storied Panama Hotel awarded landmark status

Business
Starbucks fights unionization effort at its stores
China clears Boeing 737 Max to fly again
Wagoner to run for secretary of state
Broad rally lifts stocks

Construction
Plans nixed for Ore. LNG terminal
Walsh may win double-header of big Eastside sewer projects

Technology
TSA pushes to boost cybersecurity

Weekend
White Center welcomes two new themed bars
At the Movies: Spielberg offers a rousing ‘West Side Story' revival
Christmas tree buyers face reduced supplies, higher prices
After Hours: Find unique gifts at Urban Craft Uprising
Comic Con returns to the Emerald City
ACT lifts spirits with ‘A Christmas Carol'

Real Estate
Final design tweaks for 197 Greenwood units
104 Capitol Hill units trade for $42M
$10M sale for Auburn industrial
Industrial property trades for $49M
Rafn now building 157 Green Lake units
Northwest Kidney Centers' plan for Yesler Terrace takes shape



Dave Perkins
Pacific Program Management
Rick McQuesten
ALSC Architects






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