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LMC is planning 433-unit complex on 5 acres near Marymoor Park
Rendering by Encore Architects
On a five-acre site it doesn't yet own, at 17611 N.E. 70th St. in Southeast Redmond, LMC is planning the first large new multifamily project made possible by new zoning in that area.

Builders' Hardware closing Bellevue store

By JOURNAL STAFF

After 10 years in Bellevue, Builders' Hardware & Supply is closing that store and consolidating operations at its headquarters in Seattle's Interbay neighborhood.

Kauri LLC plans 430 units on site near future Bel-Red/130th Station

By BRIAN MILLER

Two years ago, an LLC related to Kauri Investments paid $13 million for a self-storage facility at 12863 Northup Way in East Bellevue.

Japan orders firm to fix quake shock absorbers

By MARI YAMAGUCHI

Experts said the falsified quality data do not mean that hundreds of buildings equipped with the shock absorbers would fail.


Kwethluk K-12 School

When it was time to replace the decades-old K-12 school in Kwethluk, Alaska, that gave the community a chance to think about its future. In rural western Alaska, changes to climate and the need for sustainable solutions require creative thinking.
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After hurricanes and storms, now's a good time to check your homeowner's insurance

By SARAH SKIDMORE SELL

In the aftermath of hurricanes Michael and Florence, thousands of people are assessing the damage to their homes.


Clarion pays $12M for Kent warehouse

By JOURNAL STAFF

A warehouse property at 7043 S. 190th St. in Kent has sold for $11.9 million, according to King County records.


70 affordable units open in Lake City

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Tony Lee has opened at 2820 N.E. 127th St. in Lake City, on the former site of Fire Station 39, with 70 units of affordable housing in a six-story building.


Clinic to serve kids exposed to drugs

By JOURNAL STAFF

Wonderland Developmental Center said it will open the nation's first comprehensive center specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of children with prenatal exposure to abused substances.




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Japan orders firm to fix quake shock absorbers

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$525,000 settlement in harassment case

Construction
Worker dies when crane overturns
Kwethluk K-12 School
$160M road job in Pierce County

Technology
The $1B push to boost ‘quantum computing'

Money
After hurricanes and storms, now's a good time to check your homeowner's insurance
A cheapskate's guide to picking credit cards
Filling out FAFSA: What you need to know
Should you pay off your mortgage before retiring?

Real Estate
Kirkland offices sold for $2M
Builders' Hardware closing Bellevue store
Clinic to serve kids exposed to drugs
70 affordable units open in Lake City
Clarion pays $12M for Kent warehouse
Kauri LLC plans 430 units on site near future Bel-Red/130th Station
LMC is planning 433-unit complex on 5 acres near Marymoor Park

A cheapskate's guide to picking credit cards

By GREGORY KARP

Cheapskates and low spenders aren't the ideal credit card customers for banks because they're typically not as profitable as fast-swiping spendthrifts who rack up finance charges. Still, banks offer credit cards with features that can fit well into a frugal lifestyle.

$160M road job in Pierce County

By JOURNAL STAFF

Pierce County is planning a $160 million project in the Canyon Road East corridor to reduce congestion and complete a north-south connection between Frederickson and the Port of Tacoma.




The UK’s Clean Growth Strategy looks to renewable technologies — like biomass boilers and solar panels — for a lower-carbon future.

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