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Starbucks opens Roastery in NYC; plans to renovate many U.S. stores
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Today, Starbucks is opening a 23,000-square-foot Reserve Roastery at 61 Ninth Ave. in New York City's meatpacking district.

24-story Murano tops out: 243 First Hill senior units

By JOURNAL STAFF

Columbia Pacific Advisors has topped out the 24-story Murano, a residential tower for seniors at 620 Terry Ave. on First Hill.


Yesler Terrace site eyed for high rise tower

By JON SILVER

Bellevue developer John Su has filed preliminary plans to build the first high rise project in the 30-acre Yesler Terrace redevelopment.

Rebuilding Baltimore's famed racetrack would cost $424M

By DAVID McFADDEN

The nearly 150-year-old Baltimore track that hosts one of America's premier horse races should be torn down and rebuilt at a cost of $424 million, according to a report issued Thursday.

Apple will grow in ‘superstar cities'

By MICHAEL LIEDTKE, MATT O'BRIEN and WILL WEISSERT

Apple plans to build a $1 billion campus in Austin, Texas, that will create at least 5,000 jobs ranging from engineers to call-center agents while adding more luster to a Southwestern city that has already become a bustling tech hub.

Graduate Seattle opens in U District

By JOURNAL STAFF

Graduate Seattle is open at 4507 Brooklyn Ave. N.E., in the former Hotel Deca in the University District.

Find a bit of paradise in the walled gardens of Mexico's San Miguel

By KIM CURTIS

Step off the dusty cobblestone streets and peek behind nondescript, weather-worn, faded, even grimy brick facades, and encounter the startlingly beautiful courtyard gardens of this central Mexican colonial town.


At the Movies: Too much Spider-Man? Not in the Spider-Verse

By MARK KENNEDY

Consider watching not just one web-slinger but five of them in the animated “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.” Instead of overload, you'll be begging for more.


After Hours: Victoria gardens glow for holidays

Time for a holiday road trip? Then consider Victoria, B.C., where The Butchart Gardens lights up for the season.


Burke-Gilman Trail detour for pipe work

By JOURNAL STAFF

Users of the Burke-Gilman Trail in Fremont will be detoured for eight months beginning Monday to allow crews from Stellar J Corp. to build a water main in the area.

TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Graduate Seattle opens in U District
Starbucks opens Roastery in NYC; plans to renovate many U.S. stores

Business
Costco reports $767M earnings
Most indexes close lower
Correction
Solar industry blames tariffs for canceled, delayed projects
As AI booms, its gender gap is gaping
Bezos giving $2.5M to Minneapolis
New Orleans may ban ‘whole home' rentals
Inslee budget adds capital gains tax

Construction
Rebuilding Baltimore's famed racetrack would cost $424M
Alaska investigates oil worker death
Burke-Gilman Trail detour for pipe work
24-story Murano tops out: 243 First Hill senior units
Panama Canal team must repay $847M

Weekend
Find a bit of paradise in the walled gardens of Mexico's San Miguel
Hertz speeds up car rentals with biometric scans
Argentina creates its first national marine parks
At the Movies: Too much Spider-Man? Not in the Spider-Verse
Alaska pier could boost tourism
Berlin museum complex expands
After Hours: Victoria gardens glow for holidays

Real Estate
Eugene pulls funds for homeless camp
Bend group hears ideas to lower rents
Apple will grow in ‘superstar cities'
Yesler Terrace site eyed for high rise tower




Cristina Camacho
FFA Architecture and Interiors
Rebecca Parker
Parametrix

SeattleScape:
UK pushes for cleaner, greener energy

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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