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LA paying $200M to settle suit over disabled housing

Last year, Los Angeles agreed to pay $1.3 billion to settle a lawsuit alleging that broken sidewalks impaired the disabled.

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CHH refines plan for housing at Liberty Bank site on East Union

By BRIAN MILLER

The intersection of 23rd Avenue and East Union Street is headed toward an upzone, and that has helped make it a mecca for mixed-use development.


L.A. developer buys tower in Chicago

The iconic Tribune Tower on Chicago's Michigan Avenue will have a new owner.


Seattle, Portland home prices grow at twice national rate

Portland topped the nation at 12.6 percent, followed by Seattle at 11 percent.


Ex-tribal official sentenced for fraud

A former official from the Chehalis Tribe has been sentenced to a month in jail and more than $37,000 in restitution after pleaded guilty to allegations that he defrauded a tribal housing program.


Hunt trust spends $23M on storage

By JOURNAL STAFF

Pierce County records show that two separate storage facilities have been sold to LLCs associated with Rosewood Property Co. of Dallas, Texas.


$70M expansion for Idaho plant

Outdoor recreation company Vista Outdoors is planning a $70 million expansion to its ammunition plant in Lewiston.


High-rise tower being built in Abu Dhabi catches fire

Cities in the fast-developing Emirates have been hit by a spate of fires in recent years.


Walla Walla grows another 90 acres

The city of Walla Walla is a little bit bigger as officials voted to annex 90 acres of surrounding land.


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