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Schnitzer West's Denver office project will have new JV partner — and cool windows
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Seattle developer Schnitzer West said it has partnered with a consortium of investors led by J.P. Morgan on a seven-story office complex it is building in downtown Denver called Civica Cherry Creek.

Queen Anne Flats has sold for $10M

By JOURNAL STAFF

A two-year-old apartment complex in Uptown called Queen Anne Flats sold last week for $10.4 million, according to King County records. The 33-unit, four-story building is at 521 Second Ave. W.

As iPhone sales sag, Apple touting apps and services

By BRANDON BAILEY

You can expect to hear a lot more from Apple about the virtues of mobile apps and online services in coming months. And for good reason: They're just about the only part of Apple's business that's growing right now

Tesla opens $5B battery factory in Nevada but it's only 14% complete

By DEE-ANN DURBIN

Construction continues at a furious pace. When the plant is finished, it will be about 10 million square feet — the size of 262 football fields.


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Integrus Architecture
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Matt Taylor
Integrus Architecture
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Olson Kundig




Solar project would cut 350 acres of woodlands

By FRANK ELTMAN

LI Solar Generation wants to put solar on the grounds of a defunct nuclear plant in New York but that would mean taking out a lot of trees.


Old print shop now new office space

By JOURNAL STAFF

A tenant improvement project in Lake Forest Park converted an old print shop with an awkward layout into a contemporary office space for an insurance agency.

Design Perspectives: Occidental Park getting a great new neighbor

By CLAIR ENLOW

200 Occidental will open its doors in two months, and it will be a fine address. That may not seem like high praise for design, but it is because the building is a key piece of a bigger achievement: a four-decade-long project called Occidental Park.

Seattle ranks fifth for dining out

By JOURNAL STAFF

A national report by CBRE confirms what you already know: Seattle is having an unprecedented boom in restaurants and bars.



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TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
EBDG designs M/V Woods Hole
Design Perspectives: Occidental Park getting a great new neighbor
Old print shop now new office space
ASLA survey shows market is stable
PBS Engineering and Environmental
Architecture firms' billings are solid
WSU design/build event Friday
Schweitzer buys firm in Bogota
Olson Kundig
The Blueline Group
Landmarks board member needed
Pioneer Square tour is Aug. 13
Integrus Architecture
MAS names new board members
Millions of orchids grow on old mine
Inspector dies after home explodes

Business
Qualcomm to pay $19.5M in bias suit
Loan relief helps attract mental health workers
Apple jumps 4% after the bell
Second big dairy eyed for E. Oregon
Twitter still stuck as its rivals race ahead
Seattle ranks fifth for dining out
Millions of new homes near wilderness areas complicate efforts to fight wildfires

Construction
Egypt unveils 4,500-year-old plans used to build pyramid
Tesla opens $5B battery factory in Nevada but it's only 14% complete
Wyoming partners with Japanese companies to study clean-coal tech
Lewis finishes one of Touchstone's Troy Block towers, tops out the other
New-home sales hit 8-year high in June

Environment
Solar roadway to go on display in Idaho
Solar project would cut 350 acres of woodlands

Technology
As iPhone sales sag, Apple touting apps and services
Tesla car speeding at time of crash

Real Estate
Medical building sells for $14.5M
Bothell meets with businesses after fire
Queen Anne Flats has sold for $10M
Schnitzer West's Denver office project will have new JV partner — and cool windows

Lewis finishes one of Touchstone's Troy Block towers, tops out the other

By JOURNAL STAFF

The complex is reusing the facades from two historic properties: Troy Laundry and Boren Investment Block.

EBDG designs M/V Woods Hole

By JOURNAL STAFF

Seattle-based Elliott Bay Design Group designed a ferry that was recently delivered to The Steamship Authority in Woods Hole, Mass.

Egypt unveils 4,500-year-old plans used to build pyramid

By AHMED HATEM

The plans detail the daily life of the pyramid builders.



It’s possible to simultaneously improve both your workplace and bottom line with a few smart energy efficiency upgrades and strategies.




How spoiled are we that Google’s 600,000-square-foot SLU complex with Vulcan sounds ordinary?



Later this month young people involved with the AGC of Washington will help renovate space for Treehouse.



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