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Lake Union Partners sells second Central Area project, nears completion on another
Photo by Anthony Nakshabandi/Johnston Architects
The Stencil, at 2407 E. Union St., has sold for $18.5 million, according to King County records. The seller was an LLC associated with Lake Union Partners, which acquired the corner property in 2014 for over $1.2 million, then developed it.

Last cruise to Alaska leaving Saturday

By JOURNAL STAFF

The final cruise of the season will depart Saturday from the Bell Street Pier Cruise Terminal at Pier 66


Court decides who can use the title of ‘engineer'

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

Paul Tappel argued the state misinterpreted the law governing the registration of professional engineers and was allowing many employees to improperly use the title.

Community Roots Housing eyes new development in West Seattle

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

Community Roots Housing, in partnership with the West Seattle Junction Association (WSJA), is proposing plans for the redevelopment of four parking lots in West Seattle


Amazon to open new warehouse in Fife

By BRIAN MILLER

Amazon announced this week that it’s begun hiring for a new 520,000 square-foot “sort center” at 7449 45th St. Court E. in Fife.


Goodman sells 365 Kent units for nearly $141M

By BRIAN MILLER

The recently completed Midtown 64, at 24615 64th Ave. S. in Kent, has sold for almost $140.7 million, according to King County records.

Public artwork at Climate Pledge Arena

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

There has been lots of buzz about the music and sports on display at the new Climate Pledge Arena. The venue will also be a place to engage with public art works. In total, there are eight installations in and around the arena made by a diverse group of Pacific Northwest artists.

Israel poised to welcome foreign tourists back to country

Israeli leaders on Thursday recommended reopening the country to fully vaccinated tourists beginning on Nov. 1, a year and a half after closing its borders to most foreign visitors due to the global coronavirus pandemic.


After Hours: State parks offer spooky fun

Washington State Parks invites everyone to enjoy some fun fall frights at state parks this month.


At the Movies: Denis Villeneuve's ‘Dune' is doom-laden, dynamite

By JAKE COYLE

A cool wind sweeps through the sands of “Dune,” Denis Villeneuve's chilly, majestic adaptation of Frank Herbert's classic 1965 science-fiction novel.



TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Public artwork at Climate Pledge Arena
Court decides who can use the title of ‘engineer'
Community Roots Housing eyes new development in West Seattle

Business
Last cruise to Alaska leaving Saturday
Fed imposes new limits on policymakers' investments
Volvo adds 195K vehicles to recall
Alaska Air income beats expectations
S&P 500 at record high

Environment
Tahoe-area fire is 100% contained
Billions in environmental projects hang in the balance

Weekend
Israel poised to welcome foreign tourists back to country
Airlines bet on big December after Covid variant setback
The best travel plan this holiday season: A backup plan
At the Movies: Denis Villeneuve's ‘Dune' is doom-laden, dynamite
After Hours: State parks offer spooky fun
Post-war art on display
Kurtis Blow performs Hip-Hop Nutcracker

Real Estate
57 Magnolia units sell for $19M
Preston buildings trade for $6.8M
Goodman sells 365 Kent units for nearly $141M
Tesla dealership coming to Fife
NWFF looking for a new home
Lake Union Partners sells second Central Area project, nears completion on another
SureStay Hotel opens in SeaTac
Amazon to open new warehouse in Fife



Tony Goins
Rolluda Architects
Keith Schreiber
Schreiber Starling Whitehead
Thomas Childs
Säzän Group
Lee Swanson
Säzän Group






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