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King County may budget $500K to finish gap in Eastside bike trails
Photo by Claire Martini
King County Council Chair Claudia Balducci has included an amendment to the county's 2021-2022 budget to provide the remaining $500,000 needed to complete the Northup Way Connector, an unfinished gap that will link Eastrail and the 520 Trail and be a gateway into Bellevue and its Spring District neighborhood, a county spokesman said yesterday.

Benenson, Hines plan nearly 1M square feet of offices on downtown Bellevue site

By BRIAN MILLER

A new plan with Hines and GGLO, called Main Street Place, could add nearly 1 million square feet of offices, plus about 400 apartments and 90,000 square feet of retail and commercial space.


Recently built Lakewood warehouse on old drive-in site sells for almost $40M

By BRIAN MILLER

The new Starlite Distribution Center at 3451 84th St. S. in Lakewood has sold for $39.5 million, according to Pierce County records.


$3.3M Aurora land sale signals supportive housing and modular construction

By BRIAN MILLER

The buyer was an LLLP associated with Downtown Emergency Service Center.


Fair housing groups claim Redfin ‘redlines' minority communities

By GENE JOHNSON

Several fair housing organizations accused Redfin of systematic racial discrimination in a lawsuit Thursday, saying the online real estate broker offers fewer services to homebuyers and sellers in minority communities — a type of digital redlining that has depressed home values and exacerbated historic injustice in the housing market.


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At the Movies: NYC hipsters bake bread, eat quinoa, fight aliens

By JOCELYN NOVECK

The new sci-fi rom-com “Save Yourselves!” is rich in comic timing, but seemingly nowhere more than in its very title, coming in this of all weeks. Unless, of course, you enjoyed the presidential debates.


With no visitors, Jerusalem citadel undergoes major facelift

By ILAN BEN ZION

The coronavirus pandemic may be keeping tourists away from Jerusalem's ancient citadel, but it has created a rare opportunity for the site to launch a massive restoration and conservation project.

After Hours: Take a spooky tour of Tacoma's history

Looking for something spooky, yet socially distant, to do this Halloween? Why not take a terrifying walking tour of historic Tacoma.



TODAY'S STORIES

Business
Amazon sees $6.3B income for Q3
Economy grew at record 33% rate in 3rd quarter; recovery incomplete
Airbus reports new losses, but stops bleeding cash
Stocks end higher after shaking off wobbly start
San Francisco curbs virus, but exodus of workers empties once-vibrant downtown

Construction
WSDOT seeks input on SR-900
Water taxi canceled over dock safety
King County may budget $500K to finish gap in Eastside bike trails

Technology
Idaho has $4.7M more for network

Weekend
With no visitors, Jerusalem citadel undergoes major facelift
JetBlue is the latest airline to retreat from blocking seats
Peru's Machu Picchu reopening Sunday after pandemic closure
After Hours: Take a spooky tour of Tacoma's history
At the Movies: NYC hipsters bake bread, eat quinoa, fight aliens
White rhino born at Disney World
Heathrow no longer busiest airport

Real Estate
Recently built Lakewood warehouse on old drive-in site sells for almost $40M
Fair housing groups claim Redfin ‘redlines' minority communities
Home sales cool in Sept., down 2.2%
Iconic S.F. tower sells for $650M
$3.3M Aurora land sale signals supportive housing and modular construction
Benenson, Hines plan nearly 1M square feet of offices on downtown Bellevue site



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The Riley Group, Inc.
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