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Rush taps into third project for Tacoma's Proctor District
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The Rush Companies is back for the third major mixed-use project in Tacoma's Proctor District.

Mercer Mega Block tower design sports a distinctive notch

By BRIAN MILLER

Sustainable Living Innovations is designing the residential component of Alexandria Real Estate Equities' planned development of the Mercer Mega Block in Seattle's South Lake Union neighborhood. (The two office/biotech towers on the larger east parcel will be designed separately by NBBJ.)


Isolation hotel residents in NYC drained by ‘crippling' solitude

By JAKE SEINER

Hotels across the city have been transformed from tourist destinations to lonely barracks for people who need a place to quarantine.

Aegis eyes site in Seward Park

By BRIAN MILLER

Prospective buyer Aegis Living has filed an early plan at 5056 50th Ave. S. in Seattle's Seward Park neighborhood. Prepared by Ankrom Moisan, it describes a four-story building with 93 units over underground parking. The vacant property fills most of the block immediately south of a Third Place Books store.

Stars to come out to support NYC’s The Public Theater

By MARK KENNEDY

“We Are One Public” will be livestreamed on June 1, with a guest list that includes Meryl Streep, Antonio Banderas and Lin-Manuel Miranda.

After Hours: Join Earshot Jazz online this weekend

Tune in this weekend for “Earshot Jazz Live at The Forum,” a livestream with Johnaye Kendrick, presented by Town Hall Seattle.





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Boston Marathon canceled for 1st time in 124-year history

By JIMMY GOLEN

Organizers canceled the Boston Marathon on Thursday for the first time in its history, bowing to the social distancing requirements of the coronavirus outbreak and ending a 124-year run that had persisted through two World Wars, a volcanic eruption and even another pandemic.

Property taxes are due Monday

By JOURNAL STAFF

Property taxes are due Monday for some in King County, perhaps one sign that maybe things are getting back to normal amid the COVID-19 pandemic.


TODAY'S STORIES

Business
Boston Marathon canceled for 1st time in 124-year history
Nordstrom reports $521M loss in Q1
Economy shrank at 5% rate in Q1
Washington recovers $300M in fraudulent unemployment claims
Customs officials seize COVID drug
Airlines increase job cuts as pandemic crushes air travel
Wall Street's rally ends

Construction
Anchorage can sue over port project

Weekend
Stars to come out to support NYC’s The Public Theater
Author wants gardeners to form one big ‘national park’
Big art, small package: Tiny plays offered to stage at home
At the Movies: 'High Note' is easy listening for troubled times
After Hours: Join Earshot Jazz online this weekend
Yellowstone still very popular
Doobie Brothers reschedule tour

Real Estate
Rush taps into third project for Tacoma's Proctor District
Mercer Mega Block tower design sports a distinctive notch
Property taxes are due Monday
Mortgate rate at all-time low: 3.15%
Isolation hotel residents in NYC drained by ‘crippling' solitude
$350K penalty for pandemic evictions
Aegis eyes site in Seward Park



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