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TimberRise, which employs wood in commercial and residential developments, is leaving the Emerald City.
Lombardi’s owner Kerri Lonergan-Dreke is unhappy with government but is coping with the changes COVID brought.
When vandalism and arson are persistent dangers, insurers notice — and doing business gets expensive.
An estimated 40% to 55% of work formerly performed in an office building will be done remotely by 2025.
Life and commerce might never be the same when the coronavirus outbreak subsides.
Malls converted to mixed use might be an answer for badly needed transitional and low-income housing.
Where we choose to live is an emotional matter, so real estate will remain a largely human enterprise.
The sector is stubbornly local in nature: Problems are solved and deals are made face to face.
China’s expansion in that and other regions poses a challenge to U.S. policy.
After dire predictions, the new airport passenger terminal seems to be delivering as promised.
The U.S. secretary of Housing and Urban Development is a champion of “opportunity zones.”
Lack of discipline by baby boomers threatens to bring broad devaluation.
Training and placement efforts help graduates make better lives for themselves and their families.
In addition to airport, investors get another reason to check out Everett and surrounding county.
Former Husky Dan Eernisee thinks city has been well nurtured, like a garden.
In 1997, Apple was about 90 days from going broke. Today it is valued at $1 trillion, more than the combined value of Boeing, Bank… Continue reading
The Louisana Purchase, which changed America’s history, was a bold arbitrage play.
Developers are identifying ways to customize experiences for future renters.
Developers are only building high-end condos where there’s enough margins to cover potential litigation.
With decisions on real estate made years in advance, could self-driving cars change how we live?