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Bellevue-based Crayons All Natural Beverage Company has raised more than $156,000 for charities around the world as part of its inaugural “Pink Lemonade Brigade,” a nation-wide lemonade stand fundraiser empowering kids to support a charity of their choice.
One of the nation’s biggest names in real estate, Sotheby’s International Realty, has launched a new office in Downtown Bellevue, tapping into the luxury Washington property market on the Eastside.
The ushering in of the flagship Safeway store on the corner of Bellevue Way and Northeast Second Street signified both a historical end and a new beginning. As the new store prepared for its grand opening to the public on June 27, the old Safeway located across the street closed its doors after 48 years of business.
Johnston Architects has been selected by the King County Library System for the Bellevue Library Parking Expansion Project, which is part of the King County Library System Capital Bond Program.
Patients are the inspiration behind the design of the Group Health Bellevue Medical Center, which will open July 1. The four-story, 190,000 square-foot medical center will be home to the largest multi-specialty practice in East King County with 125 physicians representing more than 25 medical specialties.
Strong development activity and moderate job growth will fuel Bellevue’s economy over the next several years. That was the prediction delivered to the City Council Monday by City Budget Manager Jonathan Swift, who said Bellevue’s economic outlook is generally positive, but increased inflation and a slowing of the housing market could dampen growth.
Shonna Bohlman has been promoted to Clinic Manager at Apple Physical Therapy’s Bellevue clinic.
Bellevue engineering firm Cary Kopczynski & Company has received an award from the Post-Tensioning Institute for work on the Cosmopolitan in Seattle.
Symetra Financial again has been recognized as a workplace leader for commute reduction. Commuter Challenge, a non-profit organization devoted to solving Puget Sound transportation issues, named Peg Randles of Symetra as one of the winners of the 2008 Diamond Award for excellence in coordinating employee transportation programs.
Marymoor Park is a magnet for animal lovers — and now there’s a new attraction: A deluxe, self-serve dog wash facility across from the off-leash area and community garden section, also known as the Pea Patch. Entering from West Lake Sammamish Parkway, follow the signs to Wash Spot.
Joshua Liske, who operates a Kirby distributorship in Bellevue, recently was recognized by the company for earning a best month in business for outstanding sales under the President’s Awards Program.
Chris K. Soon, a Realtor at the Bellevue Central office of Coldwell Banker Bain is the recipient of Coldwell Banker International President Circle Award.
State regulators have fined Puget Sound Energy (PSE) $1.25 million for fraudulent natural gas pipeline inspection records spanning a four-year period. The fine is the largest penalty ever imposed by the state on a natural-gas distribution company.
Symetra Financial has named Michael Fry, a six year veteran of the company, as its next senior vice president for the Group division. Fry assumes leadership of the division from Scott Taylor who, after more than 26 years overseeing Group operations, announced his retirement.
Where is downtown Bellevue headed in 2008?
For the second year in a row, Bellevue’s Rafn Company has earned both the Eagle of Excellence and Historical Restoration Awards from the Associated Builders and Contractors.
The Bellevue Chamber’s Eastside April 24 Business Symposium will celebrate Bellevue’s selection as the best city in the country to live and launch a business.
Expedia and CruiseShipCenters have opened their first co-branded retail location at the Crossroads Bellevue shopping center.
Alex Dorn has joined Banner Bank as Assistant Vice President/Retail Branch Manager at the bank’s newest Bellevue branch, which is slated to open this spring.
Echelon Equities, a real estate investment company, has launched its office condominium project catering to small businesses. The Creekside 1550 office condominiums, located in the Bel-Red corridor, provide small businesses with an alternative to the rental market on the Eastside.