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To arrive at Northgate Station: 232 affordable apartments
Rendering by Ankrom Moisan Architects
Back in 2018, three years before light rail service began at Northgate Station, King County was planning to put affordable housing on a sizable chunk of its old park-and-ride lot there.

W.G. Clark to build 118 South Lake Union units for Vulcan

By BRIAN MILLER

Eighteen years after buying it, as part of a much larger land sale, Vulcan Real Estate is finally getting around to the corner parking lot at 210 Minor Ave. N. T


Granite nabs $16M contract for Bellevue pedestrian overpass

By JOURNAL STAFF

The project is part of the Eastside Rail Corridor Trail — or Eastrail — and will be funded by King County and Sound Transit.

Alexandria puts another $72M into Bothell push

By BRIAN MILLER

Continuing its major push into the Bothell, Alexandria Real Estate Equities last week paid $72.5 million for the offices at 22213-22309 30th Drive S.E. Alexandria used an LLC in the deal, which Snohomish County recorded on Thursday.


Spokane's stately Chancery building escapes the wrecking ball — for now

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

The wrecking ball is yet to fall on Spokane's Chancery building at 1023 W. Riverside Ave. following a recent and unanimous decision by the Spokane Historic Landmarks Commission to require a second design review of a planned development at the site.


Taco shop buys its Capitol Hill building

By JOURNAL STAFF

Mercado Luna, at 422 E. Pine St., sold last week for $2.3 million, according to King County records. The buyer was Hillclimb LLC, which is associated with the owner of the restaurant and its Mezcaleria Oaxaca take-out business.

Rebranded Fuel Coffee opens final remodeled store in Wallingford

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

The rebranded coffee shops now sell an array of books — in what the company calls “mini-bookstores” — and gifts beside beans and caffeine.

420 Boylston

420 Boylston is a 60-unit apartment building at 420 Boylston Ave. E. in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.
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What the No Surprises Act means for your medical bills

By ALEX ROSENBERG

Here are answers to some common questions about the act and what it might mean for your finances.


Shopping for a car this year will not be the same

By RONALD MONTOYA

Shoppers must contend with a limited selection, dealership markups, and a greater sense of urgency.



TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Spokane's stately Chancery building escapes the wrecking ball — for now

Business
Report: Ore. needs public defenders
‘SNL' comics buy old boat from Staten Island Ferry
Rebranded Fuel Coffee opens final remodeled store in Wallingford
Intel building $20B Ohio factory amid global computer chip shortage
Microsoft: $583M given for housing

Construction
Granite nabs $16M contract for Bellevue pedestrian overpass
420 Boylston

Money
Shopping for a car this year will not be the same
What the No Surprises Act means for your medical bills
How to crush your holiday debt
What to do if you buy now, can't pay later

Real Estate
To arrive at Northgate Station: 232 affordable apartments
W.G. Clark to build 118 South Lake Union units for Vulcan
Alexandria puts another $72M into Bothell push
$2M sale for 6 Queen Anne units
Taco shop buys its Capitol Hill building
26 Shoreline units sell for $6M



Senayet Negusse
City of SeaTac
Jacob Simpson
City of SeaTac






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