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Rainier Square's big lease to Amazon is on again, so what about that hotel?

Wright Runstad says it has picked an operator for the 163-room hotel in Rainier Square but can’t announce the name yet. Equinox Fitness is opening an upscale gym in Rainier Square – and the company is also launching a new chain of hotels for "the high-performance traveler."
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U District site sells for $3.5M

By JOURNAL STAFF

A redevelopment site at 5229 University Way N.E. has sold for almost $3.45 million, according to King County records.


Seattle tops U.S. in attracting millennials

By JOURNAL STAFF

You already knew that 20- and 30-somethings were flocking to Seattle for its strong job market.


Home sales fall amid shortage

U.S. existing home sales slipped 0.4 percent in May, as the prolonged shortage of properties on the market is deterring home-buying.


Broken water main floods Vegas hotel

A water main broke Tuesday flooding a convention center in the Mandalay Bay hotel in Las Vegas.


Village at Totem Lake adds Cinemark multiplex

By JOURNAL STAFF

The eight-screen multiplex will have electric recliner seats, a cafe and two event rooms.


Redmond Town Center offices sell for $268M

By BRIAN MILLER

The buyer is an LLC associated with Invesco of Atlanta. Invesco recently has spent over $500 million on property in this region.


Microsoft buys Daytona, Laguna office properties for $250M

By BRIAN MILLER

Following recent rumors about its interest in the two properties, Microsoft has paid almost $250 million for the Daytona and Laguna office complexes in Redmond's Overlake area.


Momentum opening 2 climbing gyms in Seattle, and would ‘love to build more'

By BENJAMIN MINNICK

The Salt Lake City company says it can be tricky to expand old spaces to house climbing walls and boulders.


Judge: Juneau was right to raze apartment

Judge Philip Pallenberg said the owners of the Gastineau Apartments did not do everything in their power to appeal the city's public nuisance order in 2015.




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