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Gerding Edlen wants to start Alaskan Way project this year

By JOURNAL STAFF

Portland-based Gerding Edlen said it wants to start construction in the second half of the year on an 11-story apartment building at 316 Alaskan Way S. It will have about 200 apartments, 5,000 square feet of retail and 79 parking spaces.


17 studios in 6 stories: How to make the most of a little lot

By LYNN PORTER

Jim Snelling and his wife have owned a four-unit apartment building on a small Capitol Hill lot for years, but they wanted to put more apartments there. So NK Architects came up with a way to do just that — by going tall.


Florida buildings more hurricane resistant

By MIKE SCHNEIDER, JENNIFER KAY and MELISSA NELSON-GABRIEL

The improvement derives from Florida's statewide building code, implemented in 2002, a decade after Hurricane Andrew's 165-mph winds gutted parts of South Florida.


Copper cable theft halts NYC subway

About 500 feet of cable was stolen from about 12 locations along the tracks.


Spokane County gets $150K to study jails

The MacArthur Foundation is giving Spokane County a grant to help reduce overcrowding at the county jail.


Japan nuke plant gets final permit needed to restart

Kyushu Electric Power Co. hopes to restart one reactor at the Sendai plant in late July.


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