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Port puts out early notice on $1.4B airport renovation
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The Port of Seattle has some serious renovation plans for the S Concourse at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport — to the tune of $1.2 billion-$1.4 billion.

231 units, all affordable, break ground in Tacoma

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

Walsh Construction has broken ground on a 231-unit affordable housing development in Tacoma's Hilltop neighborhood. The two-building project, called Housing Hilltop is being developed by the Tacoma Housing Authority.


Design approved for 65 Fremont units

By BRIAN MILLER

It's been a long slog to redevelop the corner at 106 N.W. 36th St., in the far west corner of Fremont. (Some might call it Ballard, or even Frelard.)

Maryland bans TikTok for state agencies

By BRIAN WITTE, SCOTT BAUER and JAMES POLLARD

Maryland is banning the use of TikTok and certain China and Russia-based platforms in the state's executive branch of government, Gov. Larry Hogan said Tuesday, the latest state to address cybersecurity risks presented by the platforms.

Another demo plan from Vulcan

By JOURNAL STAFF

Vulcan Real Estate has filed early demolition plans for an old commercial building at 501 Dexter Ave. N. That's on the corner of Republican Street, just east of Aurora Avenue North after it emerges from the tunnel.

Dunn Lumber to expand on Aurora

By JOURNAL STAFF

Dunn Lumber owns a little less than an acre at and around 9250 Aurora Ave. N. With Broderick Architects, it recently filed a feasibility plan to improve the property with some new structures for its own office, retail and storage use.

Miller Hull designs Alaska's first net zero building

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

Seattle-based architect Miller Hull recently unveiled designs for a new field office for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Fairbanks, Alaska. The new 25,900-square-foot facility is aiming to be the first net zero building in the state of Alaska.

20 Washington projects awarded cultural facilities grants

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

4Culture recently announced the awardees for its 2022 Building for Equity Cultural Facilities grants. These grants help organizations acquire, build, or renovate bricks and mortar buildings that make cultural experiences possible.


Applications open for African American heritage grant

By JOURNAL STAFF

This fund supports capital projects, organizational capacity building, project planning, and programming and interpretation for historic places representing African American cultural heritage.


Inslee touts new program for Spokane's homeless

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee was in Spokane Monday to preview the opening of a new housing project for homeless people, calling the Catalyst Project a step toward ending the state's homelessness crisis.


TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Miller Hull designs Alaska's first net zero building
Applications open for African American heritage grant
CollinsWoerman
PACE Engineers
Local preservationist receives national honor
McGranahan Architects
Architecture of Drawing exhibit opens Dec. 8
Feedback sought for transfer station
Parametrix
Applications open for ByDesign Film Festival
Inslee touts new program for Spokane's homeless

Business
20 Washington projects awarded cultural facilities grants
Boeing builds the last 747 jumbo jet
Robinhood takes on retirement in search for more growth
Panel calls for changes at FDA
Stocks extend recent losses
US opens probe into Jeep engines
Maryland bans TikTok for state agencies

Construction
Port puts out early notice on $1.4B airport renovation
231 units, all affordable, break ground in Tacoma
AGC offers videos on mental health

Real Estate
Design approved for 65 Fremont units
Dunn Lumber to expand on Aurora
11 Interbay units change hands
Another demo plan from Vulcan
Ken Van Cleave
Parametrix
Dave Wienke
CollinsWoerman
Liz Holloway
McGranahan Architects
Trenton James
CollinsWoerman






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