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Amazon helps fund restoration of century-old Wilburton Trestle
Photo by Brian Miller
Trains last crossed the Wilburton Trestle, high above Richards Creek and Southeast Eighth Street in East Bellevue, circa 2007.

Kilroy pays $490M for West 8th office tower

By BRIAN MILLER

The West 8th building, at 2001 Eighth Ave. in the Denny Triangle, has sold for just under $489.9 million, according to King County records.


Amazon-leased logistics building sells for $60M

By BRIAN MILLER

An Amazon-leased delivery station, at 6617 Associated Blvd. in Everett, has sold for $60 million, according to King County records.

Koz sells 256 multifamily units in Tacoma for $40M

By BRIAN MILLER

In a pair of related deals between the same two parties, Koz Development has sold its Koz on Market and Koz at the Dome to Calida Group, of Las Vegas. Pierce County recorded the deals, worth about $40 million, last week.


New community center at Green Lake entering into schematic design phase

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

Seattle Parks and Recreation is in the final phase of planning for the replacement of the community center and pool at Green Lake — one of the most trafficked parks in the city.

Open container law diverts millions from Missouri roads

The state's policy of letting passengers drink in moving vehicles violates federal safety laws. Because of the violation, Missouri has moved about $370 million in highway construction funds to safety programs since 2001.

Winnie the Pooh's house rebuilt in the ‘Hundred Acre Wood'

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

In Ashdown Forest in the United Kingdom, a cottage inspired by the house of Winnie the Pooh looks as if it jumped straight from the pages of A.A Milne's beloved novels about the iconic yellow bear and his friends.

Inflation forces homebuilders to take it slow, raise prices

By ALEX VEIGA

Rising costs and shortages of building materials and labor are rippling across the industry.

24 units planned for Capitol Hill site

By JOURNAL STAFF

A small 11-apartment building at 1410 E. Howell St. sold three years ago to a Bellevue family investment group for $3.6 million. Now, with Public47 Architects, there's a new plan to redevelop with a five-story, 24-unit apartment project.


TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Winnie the Pooh's house rebuilt in the ‘Hundred Acre Wood'
New community center at Green Lake entering into schematic design phase

Business
US easing foreign travel restrictions; vaccinations required
Inslee asks feds for medical staff help
$31M pledged to help vax inequity
Stocks drop the most since May
Kraken fans board early on Alaska Air
Inflation forces homebuilders to take it slow, raise prices

Construction
Open container law diverts millions from Missouri roads
EPA removes PCB-laced sites in Indiana from Superfund list

Environment
4 giant sequoias saved from wildfire
State sees record-breaking drought in some counties

Real Estate
Koz sells 256 multifamily units in Tacoma for $40M
Kilroy pays $490M for West 8th office tower
Amazon-leased logistics building sells for $60M
24 units planned for Capitol Hill site
Amazon helps fund restoration of century-old Wilburton Trestle



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