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MainStreet is opening apartments in Kenmore, starting them in Redmond

By NAT LEVY

MainStreet Property Group has opened the first phase of a 138-unit apartment complex in Kenmore and started construction on another apartment project in Redmond.

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Two-level warehouses planned for 14-acre site in Georgetown

By JON SILVER

Matt Wood of Kidder Mathews said other developers will be watching to see if the Prologis project is a success.


Pearl District could get affordable units

The Portland Housing Bureau has agreed to buy land for affordable housing in the Pearl District from a private developer for $1.3 million.


Site chosen for new Portland courthouse

As expected, Multnomah County commissioners have decided that a $250 million courthouse should be built at the west of the Hawthorne Bridge.


100 condos pre-sold in a month in Bosa's second Insignia tower

By JOURNAL STAFF

Units in the north tower of Bosa Development's Insignia complex in the Denny Triangle hit the market about a month ago, and already more than 100 have been pre-sold.


600 apartments eyed for Bellevue

By JOURNAL STAFF

Carmel Partners of San Francisco is proposing to develop more than 600 apartments at 15400 N.E. 20th St. in the Bel-Red area of Bellevue.


Exhibition highlights NYC Landmarks Law

The law was passed in 1965 after demolition of the old Beaux Arts-style Pennsylvania Station to make way for Madison Square Garden.


54 additional houses coming to KCHA's Seola Gardens

By JOURNAL STAFF

When the final phase of single-family homes is finished, the 30-acre site will be home to about 300 owner and rental households.

Builders started fewer homes in March

By JOSH BOAK

Many economists still expect strong job growth and low mortgage rates to bolster housing this year.


PawSox's new owners want $120M for ballpark

By AMY ANTHONY

The owners plan to move the Rhode Island Triple-A baseball franchise from Pawtucket to Providence.




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