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Tower 12 tops out in Belltown
Photo by Francis Zera Photography
Continental Properties topped out Tower 12, its 314-unit apartment complex at Second Avenue and Virginia Street in Belltown.

$19M lease OK'd for Capitol Hill TOD sites

By BRIAN MILLER

The Sound Transit Board of Directors voted Thursday to approve the long-term lease for Portland developer Gerding Edlen to build more than 300 housing units and retail above the Capitol Hill light-rail station.

16-story tower starts at Broadway, Madison

By JOURNAL STAFF

Columbia Pacific Advisors has started a 16-story apartment tower at 1001 Broadway on First Hall and given it a name: The Danforth.

Some successful small business owners just say no to growth

By JOYCE M. ROSENBERG

When a small business is successful, an owner will likely face the question of whether to grow. After a lot of soul-searching, many say no.


Quotes by Big Charts

Joe Palmquist
Craft Architects
Justin Rodgers
BCE Engineers
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ITT Tech can't take new students using federal aid

By COLLIN BINKLEY

The for-profit chain operates vocational schools at more than 130 campuses in 38 states, but it has been under increasing scrutiny from the education department.



At the Movies: Barack, Michelle's first date movie is no mere Valentine

By JAKE COYLE

Writer-director Richard Tanne's feature film debut “Southside With You” views history through an unlikely, heart-shaped prism: the first date between Barack Obama and Michelle Robinson.

New Zealand's South Island combines Hawaii and the Alps

By GIOVANNA DELL'ORTO

; As a chilly dusk fell on this tiny bay famous for wildlife and Jurassic-era fossilized trees, a white-coated figure waddled gingerly across tide-slicked rocks — me, trying to get out of sight to prevent scaring off yellow-eyed penguins I hoped would come ashore.


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TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Link ridership up 76% on weekdays

Business
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Corrections officer charged with scam
Some successful small business owners just say no to growth
Bremerton firm loses ferry contract
ITT Tech can't take new students using federal aid
WhatsApp will share your number with Facebook
Judge rules city income tax measure invalid
Health sector pulls stocks lower again
Pick-Quick Drive In coming to Sodo

Construction
Gonzaga to start $30M arts center next year
2 sites eyed for $1.9B NFL stadium off Las Vegas Strip
Cyclist gets $18.5M for dump truck crash
Tower 12 tops out in Belltown
Home sales fell in July — inventory and prices blamed

Weekend
New Zealand's South Island combines Hawaii and the Alps
Strange But True!
After Hours: Bring your dog to Woodinville Sept. 17
At the Movies: Barack, Michelle's first date movie is no mere Valentine
Yellowstone visitors face fire and ice
1940s ‘Atomic City' app on Android

Real Estate
16-story tower starts at Broadway, Madison
Colliers: Hot market for smaller buildings
Capitol Hill units sold for $4.5M
$19M lease OK'd for Capitol Hill TOD sites

Gonzaga to start $30M arts center next year

By JOURNAL STAFF

The 57,550-square-foot building will face the Jundt Art Center and Museum to form an arts village on the west side of the university's Spokane campus.

Capitol Hill units sold for $4.5M

By JOURNAL STAFF

King County records show that an aging but well located Capitol Hill apartment building sold for $4.47 million on Tuesday.


Colliers: Hot market for smaller buildings

By JOURNAL STAFF

The apartment-marketing team at Colliers released a study of the in-city “boutique” sector, meaning smaller buildings with 5-50 units.


After Hours: Bring your dog to Woodinville Sept. 17

Homeward Pet Adoption Center is holding its fourth annual Happy Tails Wine Walk Saturday, Sept. 17, in Woodinville's Hollywood Wine District. More than 500 people who enjoy both wine and dogs will be there — along with hundreds of dogs — to sample wine and check out dog-centric vendors and other activities for humans and their best friends.



The newly rebranded Smith Tower, complete with ‘speakeasy,’ opens today, August 25!

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