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Get your stuff and go: Amazon opens store with no cashiers

By MANUEL VALDES and JOSEPH PISANI

The store is yet another sign that Amazon is serious about expanding its physical presence.

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$5.5M sale for 31 Uptown units

By JOURNAL STAFF

A small apartment building at 419 Queen Anne Ave. N. sold for $5.45 million, according to King County records.


New department would serve unincorporated King County

By JOURNAL STAFF

King County Executive Dow Constantine on Monday proposed combining the Department of Permitting and Environmental Review with various other county functions to create the Department of Local Services.


Shoreline nursing home sells for $20M

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Park Ridge Care Center, at 1250 N.E. 145th St. in Shoreline, has sold for almost $20.3 million, according to King County records.


42 Ballard units go for $6.7M

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Curtiss Apartments, at 5227 Leary Ave. N.W., have sold for $6.7 million, according to King County records.


Dwell sells two high-performance houses inspired by Georgetown's industrial roots

By JOURNAL STAFF

Dwell Development said it has sold two high-performance houses on Flora Avenue South a few blocks from the retail and dining district in Seattle's Georgetown neighborhood.


Deputies go tent to tent to clear out OC homeless camps

By AMY TAXIN

About 450 people are encamped along a trail that runs through the cities of Anaheim and Orange.


Intracorp gets $68.5M for Zig apartments

By BRIAN MILLER

Intracorp has sold the new Zig apartments at 550 Broadway for $68.5 million, according to King County records. Intracorp acquired the First Hill property in 2014 for $7.5 million, and developed it.


Georgetown building is sold for $7.5M

By JOURNAL STAFF

A warehouse at 6363 Seventh Ave. S. sold for $7.5 million, according to King County records.


Bonds may pay for mental health centers

A group of state lawmakers want to ask voters this year to approve $500 million in bonds to pay for mental health facilities and other treatment centers.


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