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RFQ out for help on Convention Center

By JOURNAL STAFF

Washington State Convention Center wants to hire a firm to provide support services for the $1.4 billion expansion.


As towers go up, one big site still sitting empty

By JOURNAL STAFF

Triad shelved Civic Square in the recession, but the developer applied for a shoring and excavation permit in April, and a construction permit in June.


Crescent Heights plans a tower on 4th, at Cherry and Columbia

By JOURNAL STAFF

Miami-based developer Crescent Heights filed preliminary plans with the city of Seattle for a mixed-use tower at 701 Fourth Ave.


Montlake path to close for 520 work

By JOURNAL STAFF

Crews working on the SR 520 bridge plan to close a popular bicycle and pedestrian route between the University of Washington and Capitol Hill for six months, starting as early as Monday.


Lydig bids low on $43M Skagit County Jail

By JOURNAL STAFF

The 100,000-square-foot complex will have space for offices, a medical clinic, food service, inmate programs and a courtroom.

Fast-growing local school district is opening 13 green portables this fall

By SHANNON CARR-COHEN

Lake Washington School District's 13 new classrooms are expected to use half the energy of traditional portables.


Ride-on mowers recalled due to leaking gas tanks

About 4,400 ride-on lawn mowers are being recalled by Scag.


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