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NaturalLofts: 100 Lake City SEDUs will aim for ‘radical energy efficiency'
Rendering by Hybrid Architecture
Twelve years after the site was assembled, and four since planning began, the 100 apartments proposed for 12320 32nd Ave. N.E. are at least closer to breaking ground.

Klemencic wins top award from ENR

By JOURNAL STAFF

Ron Klemencic, chairman and chief executive officer of Seattle-based Magnusson Klemencic Associates, won the award of excellence from Engineering News-Record.

Isola sells West Seattle complex for $12.5M

By BRIAN MILLER

A fairly new apartment building at 4400 S.W. Alaska St. has sold for just over $12.5 million, according to King County records.

UW Canoe House is a landmark

By JOURNAL STAFF

Seattle's Landmarks Preservation Board on Wednesday voted to designate the Canoe House at the University of Washington as a city landmark.

Clutter keeps growing in Seattle

By JOURNAL STAFF

Storage company Clutter has expanded its warehouse space three times since it started operations in the Seattle area 16 months ago.

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Sausage firm wins top state SBA award

By JOURNAL STAFF

Danny House, owner of a gift basket company called Dan the Sausageman, has been named the Small Business Administration's 2018 Washington State Small Business Person of the Year.


After Hours: Trailhead Direct adds more trails

Trailhead Direct is a public-private partnership that provides van rides from Seattle to hiking trails in the Issaquah Alps. Service starts up again on Saturday, and will expand to more trailheads this season.

Bothell building sells for $3M

By JOURNAL STAFF

A small older office building at 19110 Bothell Way N.E. has sold for $3 million, according to King County records. The seller was Lait Bothell LLC, which acquired the property in 2015 for $2.25 million.





TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Klemencic wins top award from ENR
UW Canoe House is a landmark

Business
Amazon's Prime Wardrobe: Is it the right fit for you?
State eyes rates for Hwy. 99 tunnel tolls
70% of people in the world today have bank a account
Sausage firm wins top state SBA award
Investors take risks despite shaky stocks
Stocks post first loss of week
Seattle may get new Army center

Construction
$25M bonds for Spokane Sportsplex
Fire damages Sun Valley lodge
Clutter keeps growing in Seattle

Environment
4 Ore. cities rank high for dirty air
Feds OK $51M for Boeing cleanup

Weekend
Wine and waterfalls in the Columbia River Gorge
Atlantic City's Hard Rock casino set to open June 28
7 ways to save on your next national park trip
After Hours: Trailhead Direct adds more trails
At the Movies: A spiritual Western in ‘The Rider'
QE2 now a hotel in Dubai
Marriott to combine loyalty programs

Real Estate
Isola sells West Seattle complex for $12.5M
Bothell building sells for $3M
NaturalLofts: 100 Lake City SEDUs will aim for ‘radical energy efficiency'

Wine and waterfalls in the Columbia River Gorge

By SALLY CARPENTER HALE

The Columbia River Gorge is a marvel of nature known for spectacular waterfalls, scenery and hiking. But it's also famous in the world of wine.


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Atlantic City's Hard Rock casino set to open June 28

By WAYNE PARRY

The former Trump Taj Mahal casino is being rebranded as a Hard Rock property. Guests will drive past a massive electric guitar at its entrance, and will even be given their own electric guitars to play in their hotel rooms.






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