Monday, July 4, 2016
Noon to 11 p.m.
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Gumby. Barbie. Slinky. Mr. Potato Head. Wham-O. Spirograph. Hot Wheels. The names of these popular toys capture the craziness, joy, and the sheer fun of being a kid. But beneath those nutty names are rich veins of nostalgia, memory, and history. Channel your inner child with the West Coast premiere of Toys of the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s.
Toys of the ’50, ’60s and ’70s is a dynamic traveling exhibit developed by the Minnesota History Center, making its West Coast premiere at MOHAI. Not only does this exhibit exude FUN with its themed rooms filled with games and toy treasures, it also encourages visitors to play and let their imaginations run wild.
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Most of the company’s 1,000 Seattle-area employees call the new building home, and there’s room to accommodate 2,000 in all.
Facebook has jumped into the booming South Lake Union neighborhood, moving into custom-built office space about a mile northwest of the company’s previous Seattle outpost.
The social-networking company’s Seattle employees moved into their new offices at 1101 Dexter Ave. N. last week, and on Monday the company invited local leaders and media for a peek at the new digs.
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SEATTLE, Washington, May 2, 2016 —AT&T* today opened an authorized retail store in Lake Union to meet the growing needs of our local customers. The store offers the latest smartphones, tablets, accessories, DIRECTV satellite TV, and more. The new store is approximately 1,440 square feet in size and located at 428 Westlake Ave N – Suite 102, Seattle, Washington, 98109.
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The year 2020 is not that far away. In just four years, Seattle’s skyline will look very different, according to a video produced by local realtors.
The video simulates flying over downtown and South Lake Union, and using information on projects currently under construction or on the verge of breaking ground, imagines what the city will look like when it is finished: busy.
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Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood has become a microcosm of the changes and challenges the city faces. Many see it as the symbol of the housing affordability crisis, as Amazon draws large numbers of highly-paid tech workers to its dense urban campus.
But new stats from Seattle real estate database, Zillow, tell a more complicated story. According to a report by Zillow Senior Economist Aaron Terrazas, 53.4 percent of tech employees working in South Lake Union live outside of the city proper. And while those residents may contribute to the city’s traffic woes, they aren’t directly driving rents up
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Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s Vulcan Inc. investment company will develop four six-story office buildings for Google in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood, a short distance from Amazon’s headquarters, the companies just announced.
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Amazon is doing more than just leasing cargo planes to handle its own shipping.
The online retail giant now owns 10% of plane leasing company Air Transport Services Group (ATSG), according to a regulatory filing on Friday.
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