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Rats in Eugene linked to chickens, compost

By CHRISTIAN HILL

Pest control companies say that they're getting more calls about rats over the past year, and blame chicken coops, compost piles and backyard gardens.

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This complex for homeless people in Everett is designed to be net-zero

By JOURNAL STAFF

Catholic Housing Services said it plans to break ground in mid-January on a 65-unit apartment building in Everett for people experiencing chronic homelessness.


1898 house on Capitol Hill may be a landmark, or sold for redevelopment

By LYNN PORTER

Seattle architect Jim Castanes lives near the 1898 Queen Anne style P.J. Sullivan House on Capitol Hill, and when he saw it go on the market he was concerned it could be torn down.


French group pays $16B to buy Westfield malls

The company that owns Westfield shopping centers — including Westfield Southcenter in Tukwila — is being bought by French property investor Unibail-Rodamco for $15.7 billion as retailers struggle to keep up with the move to online sites like Amazon.


City adopts limits for short-term rentals

The Seattle City Council adopted new rules on short-term rentals in an attempt to prevent property owners from taking permanent housing units off the market.


Facebook to add 2 Ore. data centers

Facebook says it will build two data centers on its campus northeast of Bend in Prineville.



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