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3 experts explain new Trump tax law changes

By SARAH SKIDMORE SELL

Tax preparation is rarely easy, but this filing season comes with a unique set of complications.

Confused about the health impacts of LEDs? Here's what an engineer has to say about it

By SEAN AVERY

There's more research about the effects of LEDs on our health, but without proper context it can cause some confusion and concerns.


2 Kirkland buildings sell for $36M

By BRIAN MILLER

Two office buildings in Kirkland 405 Corporate Center, at 11332-11410 N.E. 122nd Way, have sold for almost $35.8 million, according to King County records.


Eastside industrial park has sold for $47.2M

By BRIAN MILLER

The Park at Woodinville, at 14103 N.E. 200th St. and related addresses, has sold for almost $47.2 million, according to King County records.



Oregon poised to be first state to OK rent controls

By ANDREW SELSKY

Faced with a housing shortage and skyrocketing rents, Oregon is poised to become the first state to impose mandatory rent controls, with a measure establishing tenant protections moving swiftly through the Legislature.


Nuveen pays Simpson $245M for 578 units on the Eastside

By BRIAN MILLER

In three transactions worth $244.6 million, Simpson Housing of Denver has sold two Eastside apartment complexes to Nuveen, the investment management arm of TIAA.


State House OKs long-term care program

By RACHEL LA CORTE

A proposal for a new employee-funded program that would create a benefit to help offset long-term care costs was approved by the House Thursday.


NYC owes $5B over Superstorm Sandy

New York City has reached a tentative settlement to pay back $5.3 million obtained through fraudulent claims to the Federal Emergency Management Agency after Superstorm Sandy.


Home sales down 1.2% in January

U.S. home sales fell 1.2 percent in January to their worst pace in more than three years, as persistent affordability problems have put a harsh chill in the real estate market.


NY still hopes for Amazon project

The Cuomo administration's top economic development official says the state isn't giving up on landing future Amazon projects despite the internet retailer's Valentine's Day breakup with New York over local opposition to putting a second headquarters in Queens.


Lawmakers eye state carbon fee

Washington lawmakers have proposed a carbon fee as part of a transportation funding package, the third major attempt at limiting the atmosphere-warming gas through such a policy there since 2018.


Seattle ranks 9th in rich renter growth

By JOURNAL STAFF

Seattle ranks ninth in the county among metros with the fastest-growing populations of high-income renters, according to a new report from Apartment List.


Brown and Caldwell opens Tacoma office

By JOURNAL STAFF

Brown and Caldwell has opened an office at 2501 Fawcett Ave. in Tacoma's historic Brewery District to serve the South Puget Sound region.




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