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Rush completes Silverdale clinic
Photo by Benjamin Benschneider
A Virginia Mason Franciscan Health specialty care clinic called St. Michael Medical Pavilion opened May 3 at 1950 N.W. Myhre Road in Silverdale.

2 old Belltown buildings, one a past movie location, are now on the market

By BRIAN MILLER

There aren't many SROs left in Seattle, and one of the few surviving examples is on the market for the first time in perhaps four decades. It's also one of a pair of interesting Belltown properties to recently come up for sale.


Inslee: State on track to fully reopen June 30

By RACHEL LA CORTE

Washington is on track to fully reopen its economy by June 30, and a full reopening could happen even sooner if 70% or more of residents over age 16 have gotten at least one dose of vaccine by then, Gov. Jay Inslee said Thursday.

Tiny site near Yesler Terrace could yield six-story building

By BRIAN MILLER

There are infill projects on tight, unlikely sites; then there are infill infill projects. Or, if you like, infill squared. Or pocket infill? One example near Yesler Terrace is the 2,400-square-foot property acquired by Gatsby Development this year for $825,000. Now, with B9 Architects, there's a new six-story, 15-unit plan at 910 E. Fir St.

20-year delay to ship Hanford waste?

The U.S. Department of Energy and its regulators have proposed extending the deadline to ship waste contaminated with plutonium off the decommissioned Hanford nuclear reservation in Washington state.

Program steers drag racing off streets, onto track

By THOMAS PEIPERT

Frustrated by an increase in dangerous street racing amid the pandemic, Denver police have deployed the department's helicopter to track races, closed lanes in areas often used by racers and sent officers to places where the groups meet.


AfterHours: ZooTunes returns this summer

Woodland Park Zoo will welcome back live music to the meadow with its popular ZooTunes concert series.


Mystic Aquarium getting 5 Beluga whales from Canada

By PAT EATON-ROBB

Mystic Aquarium in Connecticut is preparing for the arrival of five Beluga whales from a zoo and amusement park in Canada after navigating approval processes on both sides of the U.S. border and overcoming legal challenges from environmental groups.


SoDo property trades for $16.5M

By JOURNAL STAFF

South Lander Business Park, at 2454 Occidental Ave. S., sold for a bit under $16.5 million, according to King County records.


TODAY'S STORIES

Business
Unemployment claim filings continue to drop
McDonald's raising pay in company-owned stores
Inslee: State on track to fully reopen June 30
Juneteenth a state holiday in 2022
Ferry fire will slow summer travel
Amazon offers $100 to vaccinated hires
Stocks climb after 3 days of losses
As Colonial starts to reopen its pipeline, gas crunch continues on the East Coast
Oregon gov. decides not to close prison

Construction
Rush completes Silverdale clinic

Environment
20-year delay to ship Hanford waste?

Weekend
Program steers drag racing off streets, onto track
Mystic Aquarium getting 5 Beluga whales from Canada
Maren Morris, Miranda Lambert lead CMT awards nominations
At the Movies: Jason Statham, Guy Ritchie reunite and have a blast
AfterHours: ZooTunes returns this summer
Bavaria opens some famous beer gardens
Alice Cooper auctioning off Warhol artwork

Real Estate
Tiny site near Yesler Terrace could yield six-story building
2 old Belltown buildings, one a past movie location, are now on the market
SoDo property trades for $16.5M
36 Burien units sell for over $6M
Church to build 17 affordable units



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Elliott Bay Design Group
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