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Senator: Bureau of Land Management moving to Colorado

By DAN ELLIOTT

The agency oversees nearly 388,000 square miles of public land, and 99% is in 12 Western states.

Catholic Charities plans Pasco housing

Catholic Charities Eastern Washington wants to build a 50-unit apartment building in Pasco to serve the area's most vulnerable residents — those who have been homeless for a year or longer.


Alexandria pays $13M for Pioneer Square properties

By BRIAN MILLER

Last summer Alexandria Real Estate Equities paid $20.5 for two attached, historic buildings in Pioneer Square. Now, on the same triangular block, it has paid $13.2 million for the former Masins Furniture building, at 201 S. Washington St., plus the Main Street Gyros triangle.


59 Uptown units sell for $13.5M

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Arkona Apartments, at 107 First Ave. N., have sold for almost $13.5 million, according to King County records.


$5M sale for retail building in Auburn

By JOURNAL STAFF

A retail building at 101 10th St N.E. in Auburn has sold for $5.2 million, according to King County records.


Final design ready for First Hill condo tower

By BRIAN MILLER

Australian developer Caydon Property Group plans to buy a portion of the Trinity Episcopal Parish property, at 615 Eighth Ave. on First Hill, above the freeway. As the DJC first reported two years ago, this will allow Trinity to better maintain its landmarked 1903 church, on the corner of Eighth and James Street, and share part of the new tower.

Goodman sells Bothell apartments for $38M

By BRIAN MILLER

The new Merc Apartments, at 18120 102nd Ave. N.E. in downtown Bothell, have sold for a little over $38.3 million, according to King County records. The seller was an LLC related to Goodman Real Estate, which acquired the land in 2014 for about $2.2 million, then developed it.



Landmarks board may decide tomorrow on Showbox designation

By JOURNAL STAFF

Seattle's Landmarks Preservation Board will consider designating the building that houses the Showbox as a city landmark at a meeting at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Bertha Knight Landes Room of Seattle City Hall at 600 Fourth Ave.



Conservation project buys huge tracts of forest

By SARAH RANKIN

The nonprofit Nature Conservancy announced Monday it has partnered with private investors to acquire over a quarter-million acres (101,000 hectares) of forest land in the coalfields of Tennessee, Kentucky and Virginia.


Inflation pushes cost of new Salem police station to $67M

This is the second additional funding request since voters approved $61.8 million in bonds for the project in 2017.


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