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Redmond Technology Station
bridge opens today


Photo courtesy of city of Redmond
Officials from Sound Transit, the city of Redmond and Microsoft expect to snip the ribbon this morning on a new 1,100-foot-long pedestrian bridge connecting Microsoft's west and east campuses to Sound Transit's new Redmond Technology light rail station over state Route 520.

Rush, One Trent open 368 Tacoma units

By BRIAN MILLER

Work began in Tacoma two years ago on what's now dubbed the Rook Apartments, at 1502 Fawcett Ave.


Triangle Hotel building renovation gains steam

By BRIAN MILLER

Renovation plans emerged under architect BuildingWork last summer, and the Pioneer Square Preservation District Board will receive another briefing on the project this Wednesday.


Landmarked modernist home hits the market

By JOURNAL STAFF

Historic Seattle has listed its Egan House property on Capitol Hill for sale and is asking for $995,000 for the landmark modernist structure.

Biden restricts oil and gas leasing in 13M acres of Alaska's petroleum reserve

By BECKY BOHRER and MATTHEW DALY

The decision — part of a yearslong fight over whether and how to develop the vast oil resources in the state — finalizes protections first proposed last year as the Democratic administration prepared to approve the contentious Willow oil project.

Eastside Prep buys another building

By JOURNAL STAFF

An office building at 10519 N.E. 38th St. in Kirkland has sold for $2.8 million, according to King County records.

Nautical-themed playground opens in Ballard

By JOURNAL STAFF

Children were no doubt enjoying the spring sunshine last weekend as they climbed aboard a new nautical-themed playground at Ballard Commons Park.

Washington Park

The historic Washington Park building at 68 S. Washington St. was recently renovated and now houses a mix of office and retail space.
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Mistakes to avoid when buying a used car sight unseen

By JOSH JACQUOT

Don't forget the basics when car shopping online.


Bitcoin's next ‘halving' has arrived. Here's what you need to know

By WYATTE GRANTHAM-PHILIPS

As with everything in the cryptoverse, the future is hard to predict.



TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Pioneer Square events get funding
Nautical-themed playground opens in Ballard
Redmond Technology Station bridge opens today
Landmarked modernist home hits the market

Business
Tesla truck recalled over accelerators

Construction
Washington Park
Biden restricts oil and gas leasing in 13M acres of Alaska's petroleum reserve

Environment
EPA designates 2 forever chemicals as hazardous substances under Superfund law
EPA to allow higher ethanol gas blends

Technology
Rural Texas towns report cyberattacks

Money
Bitcoin's next ‘halving' has arrived. Here's what you need to know
Mistakes to avoid when buying a used car sight unseen
How couples can share the mental load of money management
Retirement could come sooner than you think — how to plan for it

Real Estate
Triangle Hotel building renovation gains steam
Eastside Prep buys another building
California eyes law to help pet owners
Rush, One Trent open 368 Tacoma units
Jimese Harkley
Harborstone Credit Union
Jesse Flickinger
Lane Powell






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