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Mass timber apartments could replace Cap Hill dry cleaner

By BRIAN MILLER

All Seasons Cleaners, at 1800 E. Olive Way on Capitol Hill, hasn't yet sold. The corner is polluted, unsurprisingly, and has been listed for some time by various brokers.

Old mill set to become mixed-use development along the Columbia

By JOURNAL STAFF

A former lumber mill along the Columbia River between the Clark County cities of Camas and Washougal is transforming into a new waterfront development backed by the Port of Camas-Washougal and private developers.


Afforable housing developers open TOD in Roosevelt

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

Affordable housing developers Bellwether Housing and Mercy Housing have completed work and are now welcoming tenants at Cedar Crossing, an affordable transit-oriented development at 6600 Roosevelt Way N.E., adjacent to the Roosevelt light rail station.



LA pop-up restaurant has the golden touch

By TERRY TANG

Reservations have been going fast at The Golden Girls Kitchen, the latest example of the 1980s sitcom rising to pop culture relevancy again.


Warehouse trades for nearly $9M

By JOURNAL STAFF

An office and industrial building at 3701 Seventh Ave. S. sold for over $8.7 million, according to King County records.


County seeks members for committee on homelessness

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Department of Community and Human Services is seeking nominations for people to join the inaugural Health Through Housing Advisory Committee.


Wenatchee storage trades for $18M

By JOURNAL STAFF

A self-storage property at 423 Rock Island Road in East Wenatchee recently sold for $18 million, according to Marcus & Millichap, which brokered the deal. Its Christopher R. Secreto represented the seller and found the buyer.


Historic flour mill destroyed in fire

A historic flour mill in northeast Oregon was destroyed in a fire Wednesday morning.


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