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Learn how the city will reconnect Pioneer Square to the waterfront
Rendering provided by the city of Seattle and MIG/SVR
The Alliance for Pioneer Square and the city of Seattle from noon to 1 p.m. on April 27 will present an update on planned pedestrian improvements to some east/west streets in Pioneer Square — work designed to reconnect the historic neighborhood to the new Seattle waterfront.

Bellevue parking lot sells for $14.5M

By JOURNAL STAFF

An undeveloped downtown parking lot at 100 107th Ave N.E. in Bellevue sold for $14.5 million, according to King County records.

197 affordable units set for Rainier Beach

By BRIAN MILLER

A Rainier Beach development site at 9367 Rainier Ave. S. sold last fall for a bit over $1.8 million. The buyer was an LLC related to Bode, which is planning a new six-story, 197-unit affordable housing project.


Tukwila JCPenney sells for $16.5M

By JOURNAL STAFF

The JCPenney store at Westfield Southcenter has sold for a little over $16.5 million, according to King County records.

300 Pine sale closes for $579M

By JOURNAL STAFF

As the prospective new owners announced early this month, the Amazon-leased 300 Pine building has sold for little under $579.4 million, according to King County records.

More data shows recovery in Seattle construction market

By JOURNAL STAFF

It's been a long year, but the Seattle construction market apparently has dug itself out of the pandemic.

Seattle architect Johnpaul Jones honored

By JOURNAL STAFF

Johnpaul Jones, a founding partner of Jones & Jones Architects and Landscape Architects in Seattle, received the 2021 Tau Sigma Delta Gold Medal, which recognizes professionals with a record of high distinction in architecture, landscape architecture or other design disciplines.

Ex-Jack Daniel's leader to open new Tenn. distillery

By JONATHAN MATTISE

The former top distiller at Jack Daniel's announced on Tuesday that he and several partners are opening a new whiskey distillery near the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee.

Program focuses on interwar architecture

By JOURNAL STAFF

Historic Seattle will offer a free virtual program on April 28 titled “Art Deco to Modernism: Interwar Architecture in Seattle” on the leading figures in the development of regional architecture and interiors during the Jazz Age.



TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Seattle architect Johnpaul Jones honored
Program focuses on interwar architecture
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Terracon gives grant to UW
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Seminar on changes in code requirements
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Hart Crowser
AIA aims for diverse leadership
Learn how the city will reconnect Pioneer Square to the waterfront

Business
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Alaska Railroad sees 94% fewer riders
Ex-Jack Daniel's leader to open new Tenn. distillery
Stocks continue losing streak
Nuclear waste structures in state are stabilized

Construction
More data shows recovery in Seattle construction market

Real Estate
300 Pine sale closes for $579M
Tukwila JCPenney sells for $16.5M
Bellevue parking lot sells for $14.5M
Auburn approves trespass citations
197 affordable units set for Rainier Beach



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