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Alliance begins leasing two related Bellevue projects near station
Photo by Brian Miller
Alliance Residential has begun leasing two shiny-new projects next to East Main Station in downtown Bellevue. Addresses and names have changed since construction began in 2021, with Alliance as the builder and Encore Architects the designer.

Amazon aids in $84M deal for 358 First Hill units, all to remain affordable

By BRIAN MILLER

Earlier this month, the Amazon Housing Equity Fund announced its contribution of another $1.4 billion to help create and preserve affordable housing in the three national locations where it has a large office presence. (That's on top of the $2 billion committed in 2021.)


Still condos, still modular: 14-story Belltown tower keeps moving

By BRIAN MILLER

Plans emerged in late 2022 for a modular condominium tower in Belltown, on what's today the Lighting Supply corner at 2729 Second Ave. That land hasn't yet sold to Polish developer Cavatina, which is working with architect Epstein on the 14-story, 147-unit proposal, now dubbed 2nd & Clay.


GSA moving forward on $55M border station modernization in Idaho

By JOURNAL STAFF

The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) plans to expand and modernize the 56-year-old Land Port of Entry in Porthill, Idaho, to enhance its operational efficiency and capability.

Titanic exhibition to open near Seattle waterfront

By JOURNAL STAFF

An exhibition detailing the history and stories surrounding the Titanic is coming to Seattle. The temporary exhibition is set to open July 25 at the Maritime Building at 906 Alaskan Way.

At the Movies: In ‘The Bikeriders,' the birth of a subculture on two wheels

By JAKE COYLE

In the exhilarating first half of “The Bikeriders,” writer-director Jeff Nichols is less compelled to build a narrative around the 1960s bike gang, the Vandals, than he is to summon an intoxicating atmosphere reminiscent of the old photographs that inspired the film.


Don't take all your cash with you to the beach and other tips to avoid theft during a Hawaii vacation

By AUDREY McAVOY

Hawaii is a safe place, but travelers need to use common sense.

SAM presents Korean art collection

By JOURNAL STAFF

Starting Aug. 28, the Seattle Asian Art Museum presents “Meot: Korean Art from the Frank Bayley Collection,” an exhibit celebrating the significant Korean art collection of Frank Bayley and the contemporary Korean artists he supported.



TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Everett port issue to face voters
GSA moving forward on $55M border station modernization in Idaho

Business
IRS: ‘vast majority' of ERC claims improper
Jobless claims fall from 10-month high
Supreme Court upholds a tax on foreign income
A dip for Nvidia weighs on Wall Street
Titanic exhibition to open near Seattle waterfront
Mortgage rate dips again, now 6.87%

Environment
Amazon shifts from plastic to paper

Weekend
Don't take all your cash with you to the beach and other tips to avoid theft during a Hawaii vacation
At the Movies: In ‘The Bikeriders,' the birth of a subculture on two wheels
You don't have to live in the tropics to grow peanuts
Visit El Corazon —while you still can
SAM presents Korean art collection
Here’s where to experience European elegance in North America

Real Estate
CBRE is selling Tesla-leased building
Amazon aids in $84M deal for 358 First Hill units, all to remain affordable
Still condos, still modular: 14-story Belltown tower keeps moving
Alliance begins leasing two related Bellevue projects near station
Brady Farley
Alston Construction
Sabrina Rushing
Barghausen Consulting Engineers
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Barghausen Consulting Engineers






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