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Touchstone-Portman JV to show U District office plans
Rendering by CollinsWoerman
The two buildings would offer about 400,000 square feet in a submarket that rarely figures in broker reports.

Proposed units could be first ‘passive house' project on the Eastside

By BRIAN MILLER

An early apartment redevelopment plan has been filed at 8550 164th Ave. N.E., a little north of downtown Redmond. The property isn't listed for sale. The two married owners may be intending to sell, pending city approval of the plan by developer Robert Pantley's Natural & Built Environments.

New buyers step up in effort to save Showbox

By JOURNAL STAFF

The saga of the endangered but temporarily protected Showbox, at 1426 First Ave., has taken another turn. As expected, Historic Seattle has made an offer on the music club, now with the nonprofit Seattle Theatre Group as its partner. The two announced their bid, but not the amount, late Tuesday.


On the Block: You can't spell 2020 without the R-word

It was more than a bit cheeky and misleading for NAIOP to label its November breakfast meeting the “Battle of the Economists,” since the good-natured duel elicited not a drop of blood. (Though I did get red jam on my sweater sleeve while reaching for the coffee, so some damage was inflicted.)

What contractors can do to keep from getting hit with L&I’s retroactive ‘matrix violations’

By ERIC FORNER and RYAN GILCHRIST

Start by ensuring work is properly licensed and in full compliance with L&I regulations.
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Apple detectives comb the Northwest for ‘lost' varieties

By GILLIAN FLACCUS

E.J. Brandt and David Benscoter, who together form the nonprofit Lost Apple Project, log countless hours and hundreds of miles in trucks, on all-terrain vehicles and on foot to find orchards planted by settlers as they pushed west more than a century ago.

Businesses need help with labyrinth of state, local laws

By JOYCE M. ROSENBERG

Small companies can find compliance difficult because they don’t have employees whose job is to keep abreast of new requirements.


TODAY'S STORIES

Business
Businesses need help with labyrinth of state, local laws
Where to look for help with compliance
Free to a good home: 1 newspaper in Alaska
US-China trade worries pull stocks lower
Ore. counties sue over timber rules

Construction
What contractors can do to keep from getting hit with L&I’s retroactive ‘matrix violations’
Designing classrooms that meet the needs of tomorrow’s jobs
3 projects that show how unique context can inspire unique design
Make your transition to a new building a smooth one
3 STEM projects that aim to break down learning silos
Creating a sense of place for students in rural Washington
How maker labs can open doors to STEM careers
How higher ed projects can benefit from P3 delivery
UW building takes fast track with integrated design-build
Why it’s a good idea to use mechanical design-build for your school project
Community college complex will be a hub for agriculture
New lab building anchors UC San Diego research park

Environment
Company to offer human composting
Apple detectives comb the Northwest for ‘lost' varieties

Real Estate
On the Block: You can't spell 2020 without the R-word
Touchstone-Portman JV to show U District office plans
New buyers step up in effort to save Showbox
Self-storage site sells for nearly $4M
Kirkland medical offices sell for $23M
S.W. Avalon sites could get 87 units
100 units eyed for W. Seattle site
Proposed units could be first ‘passive house' project on the Eastside
PacifiCorp, tribe ink land deal near river









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