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Court upholds the first-come, first-served law for renters

The Washington state Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a Seattle law that requires landlords to publicize their criteria for prospective renters and accept the first qualified applicant.

Starbucks opens its biggest roastery yet — in Chicago

By JOURNAL STAFF

Today, Starbucks is opening its largest store ever — a 43,000-square-foot Reserve Roastery in Chicago.


Warehouse sells for nearly $8M

By JOURNAL STAFF

An industrial property at 3440 Sixth Ave. S. has sold for $7.8 million, according to King County records.


$9.2M sale for Tukwila warehouse

By JOURNAL STAFF

A warehouse at 13123 Interurban Ave. S. in Tukwila has sold to its current occupant for a bit over $9.2 million, according to King County records.


Greystar sells Fremont apartments for $133M

By BRIAN MILLER

The Ray apartments is one of two buildings acquired by Essex Property Trust in the deal with Greystar.



133 Kirkland units face design review

By JOURNAL STAFF

Merit Homes is proposing a mixed-use project on an almost 2.3-acre site that it mostly owns at 8505 132nd Ave. N.E. in Kirkland.


Units may replace Greenwood pot shop

By JOURNAL STAFF

A cannabis shop at 300 N.W. 85th St. appears bound for redevelopment with apartments.


Walmart offers holiday cheer as traditional peers struggle

By ANNE D'INNOCENZIO

The company's current success underscores how retailers that offer low prices and convenient shopping options are holding strong with consumers.


Alliance plans 3 buildings on prime Bellevue corner

By BRIAN MILLER

The complex would have a 22-story residential tower for seniors and two seven-story apartment buildings across from the future East Main light rail station.


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