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Bethel Schools seeks GC/CM to build big high school in Graham
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Bethel School District is about to embark on one of its largest projects ever — a replacement Bethel High School that will have a capacity of 2,000 students.

New buyer and builder steps in for 86 Tacoma units

By BRIAN MILLER

Tripalink, which specializes in student housing, has one project nearing completion in Tacoma. A second has been planned for over two years, a block north at 511 S. 17th St.


McGranahan and BNBuilders complete unique school project in Federal Way

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

This fall design-build team McGranahan Architects and BNBuilders completed work on a unique two school project for Federal Way Public Scho

With KFC razed, work begins on 86 Ballard units

By BRIAN MILLER

Backyard chickens in Ballard will breathe easier now, knowing that Col. Sanders has ended his reign of poultry terror at 1140 N.W. Market St. The old KFC was razed in recent months, and crews working for Blueprint Capital are now starting the early earth work for a planned apartment building.

New cafe/bar to open in former Pettirosso space in Capitol Hill

By JOURNAL STAFF

Gemini Room, a 60s and 70s inspired cafe and bar, is set to open at 1101 E. Pike St. in 2,000 square feet of space last occupied by Pettirosso Cafe.

Unique Christmas gifts people won't want to return

By WEALTH OF GEEKS

You want your presents to stand out, whether they're personalized or a gift from the store. We've got some solid gift suggestions for procrastinators and last-minute gift buyers.


After Hours: Rent snowshoes in Snoqualmie Pass

Discover the beauty, serenity and solitude of a snowshoe hike this winter in the heart of Snoqualmie Pass.


5 plants that say holiday season, and how to care for them

By JEFF LOWENFELS

Holiday horticulture tends to revolve around the same handful of plants. So if you don't already have any or all of these five holiday plants, now is the time to get them.


At the Movies: ‘The Whale' is a hard but astounding film to watch

By MARK KENNEDY

The center of gravity of “The Whale” is obviously the 600-pound man at its center. Look closely, though, and he's the one with a soul as light as a feather.


Jazzy ‘Charlie Brown Christmas' swings on after 57 years

By DAVID BAUDER

The Mendelson family would love to find the envelope where their father, Lee, scribbled some lyrics to jazz musician Vince Guaraldi's composition “Christmas Time is Here” for an animated TV special featuring the “Peanuts” gang in 1965.


TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Sustainable housing project is complete

Business
Oregon awash in illegal marijuana
Stocks post solid gains
Laird Norton
New cafe/bar to open in former Pettirosso space in Capitol Hill
FTC sues to block Microsoft takeover of Activision

Construction
McGranahan and BNBuilders complete unique school project in Federal Way
Bethel Schools seeks GC/CM to build big high school in Graham

Weekend
Unique Christmas gifts people won't want to return
5 plants that say holiday season, and how to care for them
At the Movies: ‘The Whale' is a hard but astounding film to watch
Jazzy ‘Charlie Brown Christmas' swings on after 57 years
After Hours: Rent snowshoes in Snoqualmie Pass
WildLanterns light festival at the zoo
Opera performs Samson and Delilah

Real Estate
With KFC razed, work begins on 86 Ballard units
Mixed-use project set for Maple Leaf
17 U District units trade for almost $5M
Wedgwood retail sold for $3M
Retail property sells for almost $8M
New buyer and builder steps in for 86 Tacoma units
Brian McGuigan
Laird Norton
Chad Purdue
Tarragon
Stu Ford
Kidder Mathews






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