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Vulcan to build 385 units near Seahawks' Renton training center

By BRIAN MILLER

Vulcan's SEPA filings indicate a possible start date in the fourth quarter of this year, with completion in late 2024.

Doug Baldwin-backed community center will finally start in Renton

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

The Family First Community Center is being developed through a public-private partnership between the city of Renton, Doug Baldwin's family, First Community Center Foundation, Renton School District and HealthPoint.

A bit more about that Gridiron commercial space

By BRIAN MILLER

“I thought it was a great deal,” says new owner Aron English, whose 22NW LP hedge fund recently bought all the commercial space in the Gridiron condominium building. There at 589 Occidental Ave. S., immediately west of Lumen Field, he's now got about 7,756 square feet on the ground floor to play with.



Existing home sales fall; inventory at record low

By CHRISTOPHER RUGABER

Sales of previously occupied homes fell in December for the first time in four months as many would-be buyers were frustrated by a lack of available houses, which fell to the lowest level in more than two decades.


Amazon to open prototype clothing store later this year in Southern California mall

By ANNE D'INNOCENZIO

To offer more styles, the store will only have one of each piece of clothing on display, with the rest in the back room.

Puyallup site sells for nearly $28M

By JOURNAL STAFF

A 49-acre South Hill development site, bound for single-family housing development, sold for almost $27.7 million, according to Pierce County records.


Private school sells for over $18M

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Jewish Day School of Metropolitan Seattle at 15749 N.E. Fourth St. recently sold for $18.5 million, according to King County records.


Mining co. drops rights to watershed

The British Columbia government has announced the surrender of mining rights at the headwaters of the Skagit River, after years of controversy over protection of one of the region's premier salmon rivers.


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