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Renton poker hall sells for $4M

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Fortune Poker building, at 3650 E. Valley Road in Renton, sold for a little over $3.8 million, according to King County records.


DSA charts more COVID-19 casualties

By BRIAN MILLER

The Downtown Seattle Association is issuing regular updates on the economic impact of COVID-19.



Once-futuristic Georgetown bank trades hands

By BRIAN MILLER

The iconic, flying-saucer-like US Bank branch at 303 S. Michigan St. sold last month for $2.4 million, according to King County records.

Pioneer Square building needs fix

By JOURNAL STAFF

Part of the parapet sloughed off last month at the Prefontaine Building, at 110 Prefontaine Place S. in Pioneer Square.



$30M grant to boost hotels

By JOURNAL STAFF

The state Department of Commerce has a $30 million emergency housing grant that could help fill empty hotel rooms and provide a place to stay during the COVID-19 pandemic.


With condo tours off the table, Daniels goes digital

By JOURNAL STAFF

Seattle-based Daniels Real Estate said it launched a sales package “that introduces a new digital age to real estate” in response to the need for social distancing because of COVID-19.



Nursing home sells for $6.4M

By JOURNAL STAFF

A Rainier Valley nursing home at 2821 S. Walden St. sold for a little over $6.4 million, according to King County records.


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