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Peak Campus offers first look at its proposed U District housing project
After filing for a demolition permit, University Christian Church announced last year that it would sell its main property at 4731 15th Ave. N.E. That permit was issued in January. In May, Peak Campus of Atlanta said it would purchase and redevelop the property with apartments. No closing date has been announced for the sale.

Continental buys back Met Tower for $216M

By BRIAN MILLER

Continental's Claudio Guincher says the 20-year-old tower, once on the outskirts of Seattle's central business district, is now “on the 50-yard line."


‘Middle of the herd' no more: Amazon tackles climate change

By JOSEPH PISANI and BANI SAPRA

Online shopping giant Amazon revealed a carbon footprint Thursday that rivals that of a small country and vowed to reduce the damage to the planet by cutting its use of fossil fuels.

Redmond apartments sell for $96M to Bell Partners

By BRIAN MILLER

The recently completed Bell Overlake Apartments, at 3040 148th Ave. N.E., have sold for a little over $95.6 million, according to King County records. The seller was an LLC related to White Peterman Properties Inc., which acquired the land in 2016 for $12 million, then developed it.


New clubhouse breaks ground at Suncadia

By JOURNAL STAFF

Construction is underway on a clubhouse called the Great House at Tumble Creek in the Suncadia Resort in Cle Elum.

After Hours: Frye Art Museum opens 3 exhibitions

The Frye Art Museum is opening three new exhibitions this weekend, with a public reception tonight from 7:30-9:30 p.m.


Bash House denied landmark status

By JOURNAL STAFF

Seattle's Landmarks Preservation Board on Wednesday declined to designate as a city landmark the Albert W. Bash House.

Kirkland offices sell for $47.7M

By JOURNAL STAFF

The four-building Crowne Pointe office park, at 4010-4040 Lake Washington Blvd. N.E. in Kirkland, have sold for a little over $47.7 million, according to King County records.

Coral gardeners bring back Jamaica's reefs

By CHRISTINA LARSON

Staghorn coral is harvested from a coral nursery to individually transplant onto a reef, a process akin to planting each blade of grass in a lawn separately. After a series of natural and man-made disasters in the 1980s and 1990s, Jamaica lost 85% of its once-bountiful coral reefs. But today, the corals and tropical fish are slowly reappearing.

At the Movies: A space odyssey with Brad Pitt in ‘Ad Astra'

By JAKE COYLE

Having stayed rigorously close to his native New York for much of his career, writer-director James Grey has lately been making up for lost time. His last film, “The Lost City of Z,” journeyed into the Amazon, circa early 20th century. His latest, “Ad Astra,” skitters across the solar system like a stone skipped through space.


TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
New clubhouse breaks ground at Suncadia

Business
New research tool for county firms
Durkan wants to tax Uber, Lyft rides
UK top court to rule next week on Parliament shutdown
Stocks finish mixed after early rally fades

Construction
State sues Trump over military funds

Environment
Trump threatens EPA action against San Francisco
‘Middle of the herd' no more: Amazon tackles climate change

Technology
How to navigate new privacy features in iPhone update

Weekend
Coral gardeners bring back Jamaica's reefs
Hunting neon scorpions in the Arizona desert
At the Movies: A space odyssey with Brad Pitt in ‘Ad Astra'
After Hours: Frye Art Museum opens 3 exhibitions
Paris tests new water taxi
Top national parks allow e-bikes

Real Estate
Bash House denied landmark status
Peak Campus offers first look at its proposed U District housing project
Kirkland offices sell for $47.7M
Continental buys back Met Tower for $216M
Redmond apartments sell for $96M to Bell Partners
220 Puyallup units sell for $67.5M










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