News releases from Puget Sound Business Journal (Seattle)
PSBJ reveals top LGBTQ-owned businesses
May 17, 2021
The winning offer rose to the top because the buyer wants to continue employing the landscaper who has taken care of the property for 18 years. “That was the tipping point for me, not the price,” the...
The new role will focus on creating partnerships with clinically integrated networks to make health care more accessible and affordable.
The seven-unit project is planned for 15th Avenue South on Beacon Hill. Work is slated to start in January and finish in late fall of 2022.
Art Langlie joins Seattle mayoral race
May 13, 2021
"My pitch," he said, "is everybody bring a bucket because we're going to need everybody's help here given the huge challenges that we have."
Opinion: Capital gains tax is wrong for Washington
May 12, 2021
Washington's capital gains tax will not only drive people to places like Florida, Nevada and Texas, but will also encourage companies to look elsewhere, writes Brett Smith.
The program provides tailored assistance to east King County small businesses affected by the pandemic.
Coming out of this dark year, it is our obligation to reimagine cities, housing, jobs, infrastructure and small businesses with the partnership of the federal government, writes Seattle Mayor Jenny...
The work could include redeveloping port property at Terminal 46 currently reserved for container shipping. The improvements would support modern icebreaker ships that would be based in Seattle.
Patti Payne's Cool Pads: Issaquah Highlands house belonging to securities litigation attorney lists at $4.98M
May 07, 2021
Greg Watts works in Seattle and says when he crosses the bridge and turns off Interstate 90, he feels the stress melt away. “This whole house was a labor of love,” he said.
New home listings surge in the Puget Sound area, but pent-up demand keeps inventory low
May 07, 2021
Home prices continued their year-over-year climb, led by Snohomish County with a 24% median price increase over April 2020.
This week in Seattle business bankruptcies include Rampage Sports Entertainment LLC. For the year, Seattle has recorded 12 business bankruptcy filings.
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The Kent-based company said Wednesday it is accepting bids for one of six seats in the capsule of its New Shepard rocket, which is set to blast off in July.
If the deal goes through, the order is worth up to $2.42 billion to Boeing, which manufactures the aircraft in Renton and Seattle.
"If we can pause and prevent some disruption to our economy, we think that this is a reasonable step to take," Inslee said. County reopening plans will be reevaluated in two weeks, after more people...
After working from home for more than a year, companies may find luring employees back to the office to be a challenge. A new lab and pilot space in downtown Seattle offers ideas for making workplaces...
Indianapolis-based TWG is a newcomer to Western Washington. Construction on the affordable housing developments — in Shoreline and Kirkland — is scheduled to get underway this year.
Patti Payne's Cool Pads: Peek inside Kirkland home, snapped up for $700K over asking price
April 30, 2021
"It shows that buyers are knowledgeable and want to have a better house, not a bigger house. We put a lot of work into downsizing and creating a multifunctional and environmentally responsible house,"...
Merrill Gardens launches 'middle-market' senior living brand
April 28, 2021
The Seattle-based senior living company is converting 23 properties to its Truewood by Merrill brand, which caters to seniors with annual incomes of $40,000 to $50,000. Its first one is in Seattle.
The state will assess county-by-county data on Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations on Monday. If counties don’t meet the thresholds, they will go back a phase the following Friday.
Seattle biotech Impel NeuroPharma raises $80M in IPO
April 26, 2021
The market for migraine treatments, which the company develops, is expected to triple in size to more than $10 billion by 2028, it said in a public filing.
Patti Payne's Cool Pads: Vashon Island waterfront estate encompassing Peter Point lists for $2.9 million
April 23, 2021
The growing startup aims to triple its employee count this year as it helps brands navigate international shipping.
Opinion: Sustainable investments are smart investments
April 22, 2021
When Covid-19 sent financial markets into survival mode in early 2020, many thought investing based on environmental, social and governance factors (ESG) would take a hit. It didn’t.
These business leaders have advanced inclusion and are making a difference in their companies and communities.
Seafair's biggest signature events, including the Blue Angels, the hydroplane races and the Fourth of July fireworks show are all going virtual. Here's how they'll do it.