homeWelcome, sign in or click here to subscribe.login
     


 

 

  Business



Worker Memorial Day tomorrow

By JOURNAL STAFF

The state is holding its annual Worker Memorial Day on Thursday at Labor & Industries' headquarters in Tumwater at 2 p.m.

12 Greenwood units change hands

By JOURNAL STAFF

A small apartment building at 8541 Phinney Ave. N. sold for almost $3.1 million, according to King County records.


REI opens its largest store in Oregon

By JOURNAL STAFF

Outdoor retailer REI Co-op over the weekend opened its largest store in Oregon, at 2780 S.W. Cedar Hills Blvd. in Beaverton.

County gets $6M for EV stations

By JOURNAL STAFF

King County Executive Dow Constantine yesterday announced $6 million in funding from the state Commerce Department for more than 400 new charging ports to expand access to electric vehicle (EV) charging throughout the county.


Auburn warehouse trades for $45M

By BRIAN MILLER

An Auburn industrial property at 4104 C. St N.E. sold this week for $45 million, according to King County records.



Wilburton upzone heads to council vote this year

By BRIAN MILLER

May 1 will mark the next public presentation for the proposed upzone of the Wilburton area of Bellevue — aka the Auto Row area east of Interstate 405 — from the city's planning commission.



City starts major improvement project along East Marginal Way

By JOURNAL STAFF

The project will make significant upgrades to the major freight corridor, which is also a designated Heavy Haul route, from South Atlantic Street to First Avenue South and is intended to improve the safety and mobility of both people and goods using the route.


6 firms vie for Spanaway middle school rebuild

By JOURNAL STAFF

Six firms submitted qualifications to the Bethel School District for the $44 million modernization and addition at Spanaway's Cedarcrest Middle School, funded by a 2019 school construction bond.



Washington leads nation in construction job losses

By JOURNAL STAFF

Washington state has the dubious distinction of losing the highest percentage of construction jobs in the country over the past 12 months ending in March. That's according to the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics data released last week.



Baltimore port to open deeper channel

Officials in Baltimore plan to open a deeper channel for commercial ships to access the city's port starting on Thursday, marking a significant step toward reopening the major maritime shipping hub that has remained closed to most traffic since the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed last month.


Wall Street rallies again to erase more of April's losses

By STAN CHOE

A weaker-than-expected report on U.S. business activity helped support the market, which remains in an awkward phase. The hope on Wall Street is for the economy to avoid a severe recession, but not to stay so hot that it keeps upward pressure on inflation.


These apps allow workers to get paid between paychecks

By CORA LEWIS

But financial experts say there are steep costs involved.


Previous Stories


April 23, 2024

April 22, 2024

April 19, 2024

April 18, 2024

April 17, 2024


Email or user name:
Password:
 
Forgot password? Click here.