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Unico shows off Smith Tower redo
Photo courtesy of Unico
Unico is unveiling the Smith Tower's refreshed lobby and observatory today.

Rotunda takes shape at Madison Centre

By JOURNAL STAFF

You can now see the structure of what Schnitzer West calls an “iconic element” at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Madison Street in downtown Seattle.

Lake Stevens seeks school contractor

By JOURNAL STAFF

Lake Stevens School District plans to start construction this fall on an Early Learning Center and elementary campus at Highway 9 and Lake Drive in Lake Stevens to handle rapid growth in enrollment.

Volunteers preserve the history of thousands of CCC workers who built Oregon parks, trails

By JUNNELLE HOGEN

When the Civilian Conservation Corps started in 1933, Oregon received 15,400 young workers.
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Quotes by Big Charts

Mallory Skinner
Landau Associates
Joe Palmquist
Craft Architects
Zack Semke
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Susan Neaton
Rolluda Architects




On the Block: The Publix shows the ID's past and future

The Moriguchi family held onto its land for decades. Now transit — and development opportunities — are coming to them.

China sets sights on new export: nuclear energy

By JOE McDONALD

On a seaside field south of Shanghai, workers are constructing a nuclear reactor that is the flagship for Beijing's ambition to compete with the United States, France and Russia as an exporter of atomic power technology.





TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Rotunda takes shape at Madison Centre

Business
Corporate America's debt is a hidden risk
Regence, Asuris fined $750,000
Health stocks take a hit
28 buses damaged in Puyallup fire
Burt's Bees founder gives 87,000 acres to U.S.
Temporary FEMA housing likely again in Louisiana
Scarola to lead city on homelessness

Construction
Volunteers preserve the history of thousands of CCC workers who built Oregon parks, trails
Lake Stevens seeks school contractor
Angle Lake Station opening next month
New Mount Si High will sit atop 4,800 stone columns
Lynden Elementary: from concept to completion in 22 months flat
‘Dark,’ ‘maze-like’ student union gets a big makeover
When does renovating a school mean bringing it ‘up to code’?
School projects in remote Alaskan villages face tall hurdles
Clark College creating a regional hub for STEM
How to design a school restroom that works for everyone
Learning center in Tacoma Park will serve students and the community
Tahoma School District responds quickly to surging enrollment
Japan OKs study of bullet train in D.C.
Seaside OKs plan for convention center

Environment
China sets sights on new export: nuclear energy

Real Estate
On the Block: The Publix shows the ID's past and future
What's new in spas? Hot rocks and cool chairs
NWG Residential
Newmark Grubb Knight Frank
Urban Land Institute
Unico shows off Smith Tower redo
Casino mogul optimistic about $4B Macau resort

Casino mogul optimistic about $4B Macau resort

By KELVIN CHAN

From a pair of giant golden dragons encircling a vast man-made lagoon to phoenix and cloud motifs inside, Steve Wynn's Macau resort brims with auspicious Chinese symbolism.



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The newly rebranded Smith Tower, complete with ‘speakeasy,’ opens today, August 25!

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