40 UNDER 40 // Kris Curtis: ‘There is a very cut-throat aspect to our business’ Ryan Lambert/PSBJ Her path into the world of commercial real estate begin in the science labs at the University of Colorado, where she earned a degree in premedical sciences and neuroscience.
Unused building? Consider housing homeless families there Kris Richey Curtis (Published in DJC) Nonprofit Mary’s Place has been working with developers and property owners to create temporary shelters before development begins. Printable article
Intellectual Ventures keeps a particle accelerator in its lobby, and wait until you see the Archimedes room Ashley Stewart / PSBJ Intellectual Ventures wanted to find a way to make diagnosing malaria as simple as taking an at-home pregnancy test.
City Council OKs sale of Pacific Place garage to mall’s owner Seattle Times The Seattle City Council approved an ordinance Monday authorizing the city to sell off the Pacific Place shopping center’s parking garage for $87 million.
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray wants to sell Pacific Place garage for $87 million PSBJ Seattle Mayor Ed Murray on Tuesday proposed selling the Pacific Place mall garage for $87 million to mall owner Madison Marquette, who could now build on top of the property.
Bezos’ gift the largest-ever donation to Seattle homeless organization Puget Sound Business Journal Techflash Homeless shelter organization Mary’s Place raised more than $1 million on Tuesday in order to otbtain another $1 million in matching funds from Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos, making for total donations of $2 million.
Like Amazon, Vulcan and other companies also help house the homeless Marc Stiles, PSBJ An old house that billionaire Paul Allen’s company, Vulcan, owns in South Lake Union eventually will be demolished to make way for a shiny office building. But until then it will house new moms who otherwise might be homeless.
Amazon to set up temporary homeless haven in downtown campus Seattle Times The tech giant will let Mary’s Place, a nonprofit dedicated to helping homeless women and their families, run a shelter housing more than 200 people for a year in a former Travelodge that it bought as part of its downtown Seattle expansion.
Squeezing labs into new spaces South Lake Union’s life sciences market is hot – but very tight Puget Sound Business Journal South Lake Union checks all the boxes for spinning out life science companies except perhaps one – spaces to house their growth.
By Craig Kinzer & Kris Richey Curtis The room was filled with government leaders, executives from the region’s top companies, community leaders and philanthropists; including Governor Jay Inslee, King County Executive Dow Constantine, Port of Seattle Commissioners, and the new CEO of Seattle Children’s, Jeff Sperring. Alaska Airlines CEO Brad Tilden spoke about Alaska’s passion…