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So goes the neighborhood? Resort wrestles with rental rise

By MICHAEL HILL

In Lake Placid, N.Y., and other resort towns around the U.S. the growth of home rentals in residential neighborhoods is raising alarms.

New details for 18-story Plus Investment tower planned for the ID

By BRIAN MILLER

The building would have 400-500 condo units aimed at non-luxury buyers.



232 affordable units to be built on King County site at Northgate

By BRIAN MILLER

For well over two years, King County has been planning to create affordable housing at its Northgate park-and-ride, at 10001 First Ave. N.E., next to the future light rail station. Now the county has announced its partners for a planned 232-unit development: Bridge Housing Corp. and Capitol Hill Housing.



MGP looks to start big redevelopment

By JOURNAL STAFF

Merlone Geier Partners says it hopes to break ground soon on the office portion of its planned redevelopment of the Lynnwood Square retail complex into the new mixed-use Northline Village.



First supervised drug injection site in US is almost ready to open

By MARYCLAIRE DALE

The facilities have long operated in Canada and Europe and have been considered by several U.S. cities, including Seattle.


CitizenM starts Pioneer Square hotel

By JOURNAL STAFF

The 10-story hotel will have 216 rooms with tech-oriented features such as iPads that control TVs, blinds and even the lights.


Seattle mayor permits winter eviction ban to become law

Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is allowing the City Council's measure to stop some residential winter evictions to become law. The mayor, meanwhile, is proposing that the city spend an additional $200,000 on eviction prevention services next winter, The Seattle Times reported.


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