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Wolff sells Pike Motorworks to TA Realty for $128M
Image from Weber Thompson
Pike Motorworks preserved some of the old brick facade of the former BMW dealership facing Pike Street.

Saratoga Capital plans 150-unit Belltown tower

By BRIAN MILLER

On a Belltown corner it owns, at 2616 Western Ave., Saratoga Capital is planning to knock down an old apartment building and warehouse. The redevelopment plan, by GGLO, is for a high rise with 150 apartments and ground-floor commercial space.


32 Bellingham units sell for nearly $8M

By BRIAN MILLER

The newly constructed 32-unit Old Town Flats, at 1000 Astor St. in Bellingham, has sold for $7.6 million, according to Summerfield Commercial, whose Robert Parmar and Ryan Kidwell represented the seller and provided details.


Intracorp to start 321 apartments in Little Saigon with Asian vendor hub

By JOURNAL STAFF

Crews from Exxel Pacific will soon break ground on a seven-story, 321-unit apartment building in Seattle's Little Saigon neighborhood.


Walmart opens AI ‘lab' in NY grocery store to control costs, make shopping more pleasant

By ANNE D'INNOCENZIO

Thousands of cameras combined with other technology monitor the store in real time so workers can quickly replenish products or fix problems.

Anchorage hires consultants to review $2B port rebuild

Anchorage officials have hired consultants to help determine the best path forward for the stalled modernization project of the Port of Alaska.

Sounder stations to get reserved stalls

By JOURNAL STAFF

Starting in June, solo drivers using the parking lots at the Auburn and Puyallup Sounder stations will be able to park in reserved stalls for $60 a month.

Designers turn plastic trash into treasures

Scientists and environmentalists have long warned about the dangers of plastic pollution, especially now that plastic trash of all types is choking the world's rivers and oceans. High-end designers have responded by “upcycling” discarded objects into unique, desirable design pieces.

‘Thrones' is ending, but will live on in merchandise

By GARY GERARD HAMILTON

Products include makeup, beer, toy collectibles and even high fashion collaborations.


At the Movies: ‘Avengers: Endgame' is the Marvel machine in high gear

By JAKE COYLE

“Endgame” ties together the entire 22-film arc of the Marvel universe, which began with 2008’s “Iron Man.”


TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Truck weight limits for Pioneer Square

Business
IRS data: tax refunds down 2% under new law
Fed's decision on interest rates affects home buyers, retirees, jewelry shoppers
Columbia Banking beats expectations
Now you can get your teeth fixed at the drugstore
Stocks weighed down by industrials
Walmart opens AI ‘lab' in NY grocery store to control costs, make shopping more pleasant
Sounder stations to get reserved stalls

Construction
Salem bridge fix could cost $100M
Anchorage hires consultants to review $2B port rebuild

Environment
Daimler to build e-trucks in Oregon
Firm seeks to build e-cars in Spokane

Weekend
Designers turn plastic trash into treasures
‘Thrones' is ending, but will live on in merchandise
More states set to legalize sports betting
At the Movies: ‘Avengers: Endgame' is the Marvel machine in high gear
After Hours: Try a Hum Bow at Asian Pacific festival
Woodstock 50 ticket sales on hold
New Prince album includes ‘Originals'

Opinion
Correction

Real Estate
Wolff sells Pike Motorworks to TA Realty for $128M
32 Bellingham units sell for nearly $8M
132 Federal Way units sell for $33M
Saratoga Capital plans 150-unit Belltown tower
Intracorp to start 321 apartments in Little Saigon with Asian vendor hub




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