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Big Bel-Red plan emerges at light-rail station
Rendering by Compton Design Office
They assembled the land; now there's a plan. Prominent local investors have over 8.6 acres near the future Bel-Red/130th Station. Now there's a major new mixed-use plan at 13201 N.E. Spring Blvd. from Columbia Pacific Advisors and Compton Design Office.

The REN tower project jumped to a quick lead in the DJC's Building of the Year contest and then held off a late surge of votes for the Ovation tower project as the contest ended last week.

Visit our winners' page for more details about the winning projects.


161 Woodinville units could be yours to build

By BRIAN MILLER

On an over 1-acre strip that most would associate with the shuttered former Horseshoe Saloon in Woodinville, local builder and developer Far Ghoddoussi began buying up land over 20 years ago.

New MOHAI exhibit celebrates Black architects and designers in Seattle and beyond

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

From the Ground Up: Black Architects and Designers opens at MOHAI this Saturday Feb. 4.


MUP issued for 191 Rainier Valley units near station

By BRIAN MILLER

The city recently approved the final design for a 191-unit workforce housing project near Othello Station. Now Nitze-Stagen says that it also has a master use permit at 4001 S. Willow St.


Seattle plans to require mandatory seismic upgrades

By JOURNAL STAFF

The city of Seattle is moving ahead with plans to adopt a mandatory earthquake retrofit ordinance for the city's 1,100 Unreinforced Masonry Buildings (URMs) and recently announced its intent to adopt such an ordinance in the fall of 2024.

New community library planned for Woodland

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

A new 7,500-square-foot community library is planned for Woodland, a small city in both Clark and Cowlitz counties located around 20 miles north of Vancouver.

Free hotel breakfasts are getting bigger and better

By SALLY FRENCH

Some hotels are revamping their menus to try to change the minds of skeptical travelers, offering healthier, customizable choices that include DIY yogurt bowls and higher-protein dishes, plus more flexible eating hours.


After Hours: Lunar New Year Night Market Feb. 11

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Seattle Farmers Market Association is holding a Lunar New Year Night Market on Feb. 11, from 5-11 p.m., at Magnuson Park Hangar 30.


Switching up salsas for the Super Bowl

By KATIE WORKMAN

Certain foods are inextricably linked with game day parties: chicken wings, nachos, chili, guacamole … and salsa. Bowls and bowls of salsa.



TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
New community library planned for Woodland
New MOHAI exhibit celebrates Black architects and designers in Seattle and beyond

Business
States mull rules to tackle teacher shortage
Hong Kong tries to win back tourists
REI lays off 167 over ‘uncertainty'
Amazon beats Q4 revenue estimates
Portland city workers on strike
Starbucks misses revenue estimates
Facebook leads tech surge
Seattle plans to require mandatory seismic upgrades
Apple reports sales decline

Construction
REN tower is 2022 Building of the Year

Weekend
Free hotel breakfasts are getting bigger and better
Switching up salsas for the Super Bowl
Missy, Willie and George Michael among Rock Hall nominees
At the Movies: ‘Knock at the Cabin' twists the home invasion horror
Family friendly Mardi Gras parade
After Hours: Lunar New Year Night Market Feb. 11
Figurative art exhibit in Edmonds
Wine and chocolate festival in Yakima

Real Estate
$5M sale on Queen Anne Hill
Big Bel-Red plan emerges at light-rail station
161 Woodinville units could be yours to build
MUP issued for 191 Rainier Valley units near station






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