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38-story tower on Terry may be built using innovative construction system
Image by CollinsWoerman
The 38-story mixed-use apartment tower planned for 1800 Terry Ave. might be built using a unique construction system created by Sustainable Living Innovations, a division of Seattle architect CollinsWoerman.

Facebook leases Vulcan’s Arbor Blocks

By BRIAN MILLER

Vulcan Real Estate announced it has pre-leased the office space in the Arbor Blocks project in South Lake Union to Facebook.

Everett's Waterfront Place Central OKs deal for its first 254 apartments

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Port of Everett has approved a purchase-and-sale agreement with American Classic Homes to build around 254 apartments in Waterfront Place Central.

EPA calls coal-export project study flawed

The EPA says the Corps' review fails to take a hard look at potential environmental impacts, such as air quality, rail traffic and climate change.


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U.S. overhauls system for planning on public lands

By MATTHEW BROWN

Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso vows to try to reverse the action that covers almost 250 million acres of federal lands.


Walls tilted for Dermody warehouse in Lakewood

By JOURNAL STAFF

The 210,700-square-foot warehouse is going up about a half-mile from the Interstate 5/state Route 512 interchange.

Rhode Island's dramatic Cliff Walk marred by mansion owner's new fence

By MICHELLE R. SMITH

The Cliff Walk has been a Newport public thoroughfare for hundreds of years, and today it's one of Rhode Island's biggest tourist draws. Every year, an estimated 750,000 people stroll or hike the path that runs between the Atlantic Ocean and mansions owned by members of America's moneyed class.

53-pound snapping turtle saved from Houston drainage pipe

The alligator snapping turtle was found wedged in the pipe in a new residential development.



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Business
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Trump's tariffs on imports could be costly for consumers and businesses
Oil, banks up, but tech stocks dive
Electric Lightwave sold for $1.4B
Mortgage rate rises to 4.08 percent
Lawyers: Trump has to sell D.C. hotel

Construction
Baltimore tunnel would cost $4B
Walls tilted for Dermody warehouse in Lakewood
Construction spending slightly up in October
Slight increase for workers' comp rates
Many Hanford workers mistrust handling of vapors
53-pound snapping turtle saved from Houston drainage pipe

Environment
EPA calls coal-export project study flawed
Calif. firm plans Oregon solar farm

Weekend
Rhode Island's dramatic Cliff Walk marred by mansion owner's new fence
Caesars to phase out free parking at eight Las Vegas resorts
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After Hours: Robert Glasper band coming to Seattle
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Real Estate
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Everett's Waterfront Place Central OKs deal for its first 254 apartments
38-story tower on Terry may be built using innovative construction system
Facebook leases Vulcan’s Arbor Blocks
U.S. overhauls system for planning on public lands


Lawyers: Trump has to sell D.C. hotel

By BERNARD CONDON

Some legal experts say a lease clause could force Trump to relinquish his equity stake in Trump International Hotel just down the street from the White House.


After Hours: Robert Glasper band coming to Seattle

Robert Glasper Experiment will perform at the Neptune Theater Dec. 14, with the show starting at 8 p.m.

Baltimore tunnel would cost $4B

The Federal Railroad Administration is proposing a $4 billion project to replace a 143-year-old Amtrak tunnel beneath Baltimore that is a major bottleneck in the Northeast Corridor between Boston and Washington.




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