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BREAKING: Purchase of Burien building by Noble Healthcare terminated

BREAKING: Purchase of Burien building by Noble Healthcare terminated

On Friday, Jan. 18, 2019, the purchase and sale agreement with Noble Healthcare was terminated, and the CRI Building is back on the market, building owner Dusty Dunkle announced. Dunkle said that the termination... [Read more]

Open House for proposed new Burien mental health care home will be Jan. 10

Open House for proposed new Burien mental health care home will be Jan. 10

A new long-term care facility for individuals with mental health needs is being proposed to be opened at 2108 SW 152nd Street in Burien (map below), and owners Noble Healthcare will be holding an Open... [Read more]

LETTER: ‘Tenants at Fox Cove have been failed’ by the City of Burien

LETTER: ‘Tenants at Fox Cove have been failed’ by the City of Burien

[EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is a Letter to the Editor, written by a Reader. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The B-Town Blog nor its staff:] Tenants at Fox Cove Apartments –... [Read more]

Burien apartment tenants upset about evictions, may speak at Council tonight

Burien apartment tenants upset about evictions, may speak at Council tonight

Tenants of the Fox Cove Apartments – located at 149 SW 160th Street in Burien – are upset about recent eviction notices, which gives several an Oct. 31 deadline to vacate their homes. All residents... [Read more]

FOLLOWUP: Former Seattle City Light ‘Cherry Tree Lot’ is up for sale

FOLLOWUP: Former Seattle City Light ‘Cherry Tree Lot’ is up for sale

The former Seattle City Light lot located at Ambaum Blvd. SW and SW 144th Street (map below) has been listed as “For Sale,” which means that a grassroots campaign to save an endangered, ~68-year... [Read more]

Residential valuation notices mailed to Burien property owners

Residential valuation notices mailed to Burien property owners

King County Assessor Lloyd Hara’s office announced that it has mailed 2014 property valuations to all residential property owners in ‘Area 23 – Burien,’ located in West Central King County. Area... [Read more]

BREAKING: Burien Town Square retail space put on market for $2.29 million

BREAKING: Burien Town Square retail space put on market for $2.29 million

by Scott Schaefer BREAKING: The retail spaces of the Burien Town Square property, located on SW 152nd between 6th Ave SW and 5th Ave Place, are now on the market – priced at $2.29 million – according... [Read more]

Burien City Council approves $2.75 million sale of Town Square parcels

Burien City Council approves $2.75 million sale of Town Square parcels

At Monday night’s session (June 17), the Burien City Council approved a settlement agreement with RECP/UP Burien II LP, owner of three undeveloped parcels at Burien Town Square related to the sale... [Read more]

LETTER: Neighborhood group suing City of Burien over Westmark development

LETTER: Neighborhood group suing City of Burien over Westmark development

[EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is a Letter to the Editor, written by a Reader. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The B-Town Blog nor its staff:] The City of Burien has recently issued... [Read more]

B-TOWN BIZ: Industrial Building in Burien Sells for Around $6.5 Million

B-TOWN BIZ: Industrial Building in Burien Sells for Around $6.5 Million

A company called Terreno Realty Corporation this week purchased an industrial property located in south Burien for a purchase price of approximately $6.5 million. The building is located at 18331 8th Avenue... [Read more]

Burien Property Values Falling 35 percent Faster, Resident Tells City Council

Burien Property Values Falling 35 percent Faster, Resident Tells City Council

The Burien City Council was told Monday night (March 18) that figures from the King County Assessor’s Office show that property values in Burien are falling faster than any of its South King County neighbors…

Sponsored Post This Week’s Featured Prudential NW Property: Lot With Exceptional 180º Views

This Week’s Featured Prudential NW Property: Lot With Exceptional 180º Views

BTB Real Estate Sponsor Prudential Northwest’s Featured Property of the Week is a vacant lot in Burien that has exceptional 180-degree views of Puget Sound, the Olympic mountains, Three Tree Point... [Read more]

Town Square Condo Sales To Resume Aug. 1; Retail Space Being Marketed

Town Square Condo Sales To Resume Aug. 1; Retail Space Being Marketed

by Ralph Nichols Marketing of condominiums in the Town Square complex will take place over the next couple of weeks, with sales resuming on Aug. 1 for the first time since late summer 2009. Condo prices... [Read more]

Urban Partners Wants More Time To Start New Town Square Development

Urban Partners Wants More Time To Start New Town Square Development

by Ralph Nichols Two years ago this month, everything was coming up roses at Burien’s new Town Square. Community celebrations heralded grand openings of the Burien City Hall/King County Library building... [Read more]

Port Of Seattle Buying Excess City Light Property Near Lora Lakes Area

Port Of Seattle Buying Excess City Light Property Near Lora Lakes Area

by Matt Rosenberg The Port of Seattle will add to the buffer zone near the third runway at Sea-Tac Airport under a planned sale of excess Seattle City Light property near the old Lora Lakes Apartments... [Read more]

Burien Town Plaza Shopping Center Sold By Wesbild To Merlone Geier

Burien Town Plaza Shopping Center Sold By Wesbild To Merlone Geier

Burien Town Plaza, located just north of Burien Town Square and home to businesses like Bartells, Staples, Saar’s and Ace Hardware, was sold recently by Wesbild to private equity group Merlone Geier,... [Read more]

Normandy Park Towne Center Purchased By Tully’s Founder Tom O’Keefe

Normandy Park Towne Center Purchased By Tully’s Founder Tom O’Keefe

by Ralph Nichols Tukwila-based O’Keefe Companies, whose principal and managing director Tom T. O’Keefe is the founder and past chairman of Tully’s Coffee, has acquired Normandy Park Towne Center. O’Keefe... [Read more]

Suffered Property Damage From The Recent Rain? Here’s How To Get Help

Suffered Property Damage From The Recent Rain? Here’s How To Get Help

If you’ve suffered property damage from the recent rainstorms, flooding and/or landslides, the King County Department of Assessments wants you to know how you can get help. “In light of the... [Read more]

Burien Property Taxpayers Expected To Get Slight Break in 2011

Burien Property Taxpayers Expected To Get Slight Break in 2011

by Ralph Nichols As Burien City Council members prepare to resume work on the 2011-12 general fund budget on Monday, Oct. 25, there is good news for local property taxpayers. The property tax on a $300,000... [Read more]