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Columbia West shows design
for 2nd & Virginia hotel tower

Courtesy of Ankrom Moisan Architects
Columbia West Properties wants to incorporate part of a historic building into a 17-story hotel planned for the corner of Second and Virginia.

Plymouth Housing plans 83 units on First Hill

By LYNN PORTER

Plymouth Housing Group will start construction in January on 83 apartments for formerly homeless people on First Hill, near an area under Interstate 5 where people now sleep at night.

Bertha goes farther into the rescue pit

By JOURNAL STAFF

Bertha the tunneling machine is inching into the rescue pit, as shown in this webcam image posted yesterday morning.

Report raises questions about EB-5 visa fraud

By PAUL WISEMAN

Fraud and lax regulation ‘cast doubt on the ability of local authorities to screen Chinese EB-5 investors,' a federal watchdog says.


Quotes by Big Charts

Kristin Leahey
Seattle Repertory Theatre
Dave Caplan
Port of Seattle
Jeanne Kelso
Trindera Engineering
Jeffrey Miller
IA Interior Architects




Construction starts today on HOV lanes connecting Seattle and Mercer Island

By JOURNAL STAFF

Upgraded life safety systems will be built in the Mount Baker and Mercer Island freeway tunnels for future light rail.

Pine + Minor goes for $355k per unit

By JOURNAL STAFF

An entity related to Portland-based Gerding Edlen sold a 120-unit apartment complex at 1551 Minor Ave. called Pine + Minor for $42.65 million or about $355,420 per unit, property records show.




Engineers and architects who design green roofs are using a new modeling tool to calculate the amount of stormwater a roof will retain.



TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Columbia West shows design for 2nd & Virginia hotel tower

Business
Krispy Kreme won't expand into Alaska
Report raises questions about EB-5 visa fraud
Health exchange billing glitch fixed
People weigh options if health subsidy goes
How restaurants get you to spend more
‘H-1B spouses' can soon work in the United States
Stocks end day mixed
Spanish firm buying U.S. utility for $3B

Construction
Bertha goes farther into the rescue pit
Loader driver dies in dairy waste pond
Construction starts today on HOV lanes connecting Seattle and Mercer Island
Road spending in Idaho drops nearly 20%
New Jersey blast blamed on gas main leak
Farmworkers get more safety training

Technology
5 things to know about ‘net neutrality'
Car sensors OK'd for Boise parking

Weekend
In Ireland, pilgrims and tourists climb St. Patrick's mountain
Puerto Rico is an easy tropical getaway
At the Movies: Plot turns aplenty in thrilling con-artist film
Strange But True!
After Hours: Learn how to grow wine grapes here
Coke bottle exhibit opens at art museum
Denver ski train proves popular

Real Estate
Pine + Minor goes for $355k per unit
Plymouth Housing plans 83 units on First Hill

In Ireland, pilgrims and tourists climb St. Patrick's mountain

By HELEN O'NEILL

Shrouded in mist, the sacred mountain rises above the countryside, majestic, mysterious and a little foreboding.

After Hours: Learn how to grow wine grapes here

Want to grow wine grapes in Western Washington? Then WSU has a workshop — or three — for you.


Do you have renderings or photos of recent projects? Share them with DJC readers. Send high-resolution images and information to maude.scott@djc.com.




Studios should rent for $2,000 to $3,000.


Millennials are starting to enter the market and are looking for earth-friendly, smaller homes with more amenities.


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Epic snow puts big chill on Northeast real estate
Real Estate Buzz: Miami-based Lennar bets big on Seattle
Google releases work tools for Android phones
TJ Maxx, Marshalls will raise wages, too
Conn. town wants to open Maurice Sendak museum
Smith Cove Park on Elliott Bay will expand and add amenities
Energy software may save county money
Business replaces stolen school shed
Mayor names new Seattle fire chief
Bertha inches forward into rescue pit
Bellevue office rents may hit $ 51 by 2017
Selig pays $ 6.5M for site on Third
Fight over $ 32B plan delays NYC subways
DSA says 65,000 people now live in downtown Seattle, more coming
Holland, Pemco trade SLU sites
Hanford cleanup needs $ 110B more
Demolition of writer's former home has Los Angeles re-examining its history
LA rolls out new online database of historic sites
How to make a better business case for going green
Why green building has hit the wall, and what to do about it
Federal Center South team focused on results, not ratings
Making the most of your energy model
Seattle is clamping down on waste from construction and demolition
How to treat stormwater in urban areas — like Totem Lake
Six reasons developers should build net-zero apartments
How do you measure the value of a green building?
How to convince a realist it makes sense to go green
Goal of Capitol Hill EcoDistrict is to make neighborhood green
Lowe's has strong quarter as consumers tackle home projects
Clean-up of Oregon's Coos Head nearly finished
Dow ekes out another record
'Incredible vision of water' draws developer to 23-acre site near Willamette Falls in Oregon
Energy tools that could change the game




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