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Onni may start work this year on three Bellevue towers
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The city of Bellevue hasn’t yet approved the three-tower Onni 606 project downtown, but there are new signs of activity at 606 106th Ave. N.E.

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Daly sells 130-unit Muir for over $54M

By BRIAN MILLER

Kidder Mathews announced Wednesday that it’s sold the fairly new 130-unit Muir apartments, at 718 Rainier Ave. S., for $54.5 million.

State could own or occupy old Weyerhaeuser HQ, though warehouse plan survives

By BRIAN MILLER

No money has changed hands, but Industrial Realty Group might be able to unload at least part of its problematic and largely vacant 400-acre former Weyerhaeuser campus in Federal Way to our state government.

Developers promote ‘resort-like feel' of new housing, retail on Vancouver side of the Columbia

By SAM BENNETT

Vancouver is blooming into a trendy, boutique urban experience due to decades of planning and execution.
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Legacy promotes Nicholson

By JOURNAL STAFF

There are two Nicholsons at Legacy Partners: father Kerry and son Parker. The latter has been with the multifamily developer for nine years. This week he was promoted to senior managing director for our region.

More about $25M Marysville deal

By JOURNAL STAFF

As the DJC reported earlier this month, Marysville Town Center sold to Portal Investment Management of Southern California for $25.3 million.

Relief for ferry riders comes as Marion Street exit reopens

By JOURNAL STAFF

Washington State Ferries is expected to reopen the Marion Street vehicle and bicycle exit today at Colman Dock.




David Stariha
The Riley Group
Kin Leung
Caron Architecture






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