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Museum or mosque? Turkey debates iconic Hagia Sofia's status

By SUZAN FRASER and AYSE WIETING

Analysts believe that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is using the issue to distract attention from the country's substantial economic woes.


SRM buys deep-green Living Stone office site in Fremont for $5.5M

By BRIAN MILLER

SRM Development has paid a little over $5.5 million through an LLC for the corner development site at 3524 Stone Way N. in Fremont, according to King County records. SRM, which will be general contractor for the planned Living Stone office building, joined the team early last year, so the sale was expected.



Kamiak plans 120 units in Fremont

By JOURNAL STAFF

One week after paying $2.9 million for a midblock development site at 3620 Phinney Ave. N. in Fremont, Kamiak Real Estate has filed a new plan that incorporates more land


New protest mural in SLU

The 9th & Thomas building is displaying a new Shepard Fairey mural, “American Rage,” in collaboration with Ultraviolet Arts.



Seattle council panel votes to advance tax on businesses

The Seattle City Council has taken a key step toward adopting a new tax on big businesses just two years after the council buckled under pressure from corporations such as Amazon and the prospect of a voter referendum and repealed a big business tax.


Seattle cops forcibly clear ‘occupied' zone

By MARTHA BELLISLE and LISA BAUMANN

Police on Wednesday forcibly cleared out Seattle's “occupied” protest zone after about two weeks in a situation that had attracted the complaints of local business owners and the ire of President Donald Trump during a number of Twitter posts.


Historic downtown Kirkland building bound for rehab

By BRIAN MILLER

Last year, Eastside investor Stuart McLeod put about $1.7 million into purchasing the historic two-story Webb Building at 89 Kirkland Ave. in downtown Kirkland.



Insurer Centene plans 3,200 jobs at new $1B North Carolina regional hub

By GARY D. ROBERTSON

The company will break ground as soon as August on a six-building campus with 1 million square feet of office space.


Old Walmart building in Juneau for sale at reduced price

There have been inquiries from businesses in the cannabis industry, but marijuana is forbidden under a noxious-use restriction.


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