Kirkland Local Business
Local business in Kirkland, WA
22 hrs ago | via Business Journal
A Kirkland, Washington-based consulting firm has bought Phoenix-based Synergy Seven and plans to hire more than 100 positions in the next 18 months. Xtreme Consulting Group Inc. announced the purchase this week. Comment?
Yesterday | via Kirkland Reporter
The Kirkland City Council authorized staff to request bids for Kirkland's Intelligent Transportation Project on Sept. 16. A total of 13 traffic signals will be upgraded allowing for the optimization of the signal timing along two corridors and traffic flow monitoring in real time. Comment?
Thursday | via Kirkland Reporter
As housing prices rise in Kirkland, some developers are seeing micro-apartments as one possible solution for low-income residents to live blocks away from where they work. The future site of one such micro-apartment complex is currently under construction at 450 Central Way, where Natural and Built Environments intends build Arete, a 290 unit complex similar to The Retreat, its micro-apartment complex in Redmond. Comment?
Wednesday | via Kirkland Reporter
Following a public hearing at its meeting on Sept. 16, the Kirkland City Council unanimously approved extending the interim zoning regulations it adopted in June for the retail sale of recreational marijuana. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 17 | via Seattle Post-Intelligencer
What it found is that the value of waterfront is now twice as much as other homes. Two decades ago, waterfront properties were worth 64 percent more than others; today they are worth 116 percent more, according to Zillow. Comment?
Monday Sep 15 | via Kirkland Reporter
One of the most visible icons and landmarks of downtown Kirkland, the four-story Heathman Hotel, is for sale. The four-star hotel, along with its sister site in Portland, the Portland Heathman, were recently put on the market by owner Healthman Hotel Portland LLC. The President and Managing Director of Healthman Hotel Portland LLC Andy McDonald said the U.K.-based investment fund that owns the two properties is looking to readjust its portfolio. Comment?
Friday Sep 5 | via Seattle Times
Fresh from a shakeup of his campaign team, Republican Congressional candidate Pedro Celis announced a relaunch of his website Friday, adding new issues statements his campaign dubbed "innovative solutions, not D.C. talking points." Celis, a former top Microsoft engineer, is working to bounce back from a weak primary showing as he challenges first-term Democratic U.S. Rep. Suzan DelBene in the swing 1st Congressional District, which stretches from the King County suburbs of Kirkland and Redmond to the Canadian border. Comment?
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