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Cladding scrutinized after fatal fires

By JULIET LINDERMAN, JASON DEAREN and JEFF MARTIN

In promotional brochures, a U.S. company boasted of the “stunning visual effect” its shimmering aluminum panels created in an NFL stadium, an Alaskan high school and a luxury hotel along Baltimore's Inner Harbor that “soars 33 stories into the air.”

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High court weighs in on city-UW property dispute

By JOURNAL STAFF

The city of Seattle said the Washington Supreme Court has unanimously rejected the University of Washington's claim of immunity from the city's Landmarks Preservation Ordinance.


2 hotels, Aloft and Element, share one Redmond building

By JOURNAL STAFF

CSM Corp., a hotel and commercial real estate developer based in Minneapolis, has opened two hotels — Aloft and Element — in one seven-story building in Redmond.


More projects, large and small, proposed for 65th & Roosevelt

By BRIAN MILLER

Roosevelt Development Group remains the biggest single player when it comes to new housing near the future Roosevelt light-rail station, which opens in 2021, but other developers are pouncing on key parcels.


New pedestrian bridge touches down in Tukwila

By JOURNAL STAFF

The span will link Tukwila Station to the Southcenter shopping area.


Medical building sold for $12.4M

By JOURNAL STAFF

A medical building at 17000 140th Ave. N.E. has sold for $12.4 million, according to King County records.


Renton motel sells for $9M

By JOURNAL STAFF

An Econo Lodge at 4710 Lake Washington Blvd. N.E. has sold for $9 million, according to King County records.


Advisory panel for KeyArena is formed

By JOURNAL STAFF

The city is organizing a citizens panel to evaluate plans to redevelop KeyArena for new NHL and NBA teams.


Oregon city, firm clash over stench

Residents in a small Oregon city say the fumes coming from a nearby potato dehydration plant smell like “dead flesh,” have sent one person into an asthma attack and made another vomit.


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