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Boston Properties to buy Safeco Plaza for $465M
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Boston Properties has announced a pending deal worth about $465 million to buy the iconic 50-story tower, which occupies a full downtown block. It has about 815,653 square feet of offices.

SRM pays $18M for 3rd Bellevue apartment site

By BRIAN MILLER

King County recently recorded the sale of The Polynesia, at 10113 N.E. 12th St. and related addresses, a little north of downtown.


Ecology has $1.5M for flood projects

By JOURNAL STAFF

The state Department of Ecology announced it will be offering $1.5 million in grants to fund flood hazard planning projects. The agency is also offering $150,000 for emergency flood response projects.

Senate ready to move on $1T infrastructure deal

By LISA MASCARO, KEVIN FREKING and ALAN FRAM

President Joe Biden and a bipartisan group of senators reached agreement Wednesday on a $1 trillion national infrastructure package, and the Senate appeared ready to begin consideration of the key part of the administration's agenda. An evening test vote was possible.

On the Block: Big Interbay portfolio comes to market

For a single family seller, CBRE recently listed several properties along the same stretch in Interbay — plus the prominent east building at 1436 Elliott Ave. W. On the corner of the on-ramp to the Magnolia Bridge, it faces the others on the west side of Elliott.

Inslee says vaccinated Washingtonians should wear masks indoors in risky areas

By RACHEL LA CORTE

Washington state will follow federal guidance and recommend that those who are vaccinated wear a mask in public indoor settings in areas where there is “substantial or high” rates of COVID-19, Gov. Jay Inslee said Wednesday.


Public works contractors get big win in Conway Construction court case

By RYAN GILCHRIST

This decision signals a shift to a more equitable legal environment for contractors in Washington state.
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Granite gets $28M Redmond ramp job

By JOURNAL STAFF

Granite Construction announced it has been awarded a $28 million contract to construct the 148th Avenue Northeast interchange access ramp in downtown Redmond by the Washington State Department of Transportation.


TODAY'S STORIES

Business
Boeing has a profitable quarter
Inslee says vaccinated Washingtonians should wear masks indoors in risky areas
Governments, businesses race to reimpose mask mandates
Small-cap stocks outpace large-caps
At Mack Truck factory, Biden woos working class with new ‘buy American' efforts
Google delays return to office, mandates vaccines

Construction
Public works contractors get big win in Conway Construction court case
Alternative delivery benefits health care in Washington
Micro hospitals offer the right prescription
Next-gen health care: Building healthier communities, economies
The shape-shifting needs of the health care industry
How flexible design served OHSU during the pandemic
The shifting need for design in health care services
Compounding pharmacies provide community resource
Aggregation will drive a new hybrid science space
Evidence-based design improves dialysis treatment experience
Best practices in health care development and delivery
Senate ready to move on $1T infrastructure deal
Granite gets $28M Redmond ramp job

Environment
Ecology has $1.5M for flood projects

Technology
US moves to fix cybersecurity

Real Estate
On the Block: Big Interbay portfolio comes to market
Evergreen Home Loans
Columbia Pacific lends $38M for Florida units
Ryan Cos.
Roosevelt site could get 51 apartments
SRM pays $18M for 3rd Bellevue apartment site
Airport hotel sells for $9M
Boston Properties to buy Safeco Plaza for $465M
5 Ballard units sell for over $2M
Waterfront building set for Northlake



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