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  • The owners of O&H Danish Bakery plan to build an office next to their Mount Pleasant location to house Johnson Insurance. The Racine County Economic Development Corp. announced the planned building on Thursday. It would be built at 5930 Washington Ave., where O&H Danish purchased and redeveloped a former car dealership into a bakery, corporate office and flagship store. The Olesen family that owns O&H have an agreement to build a 14,000-square-foot office next to their building on land where the…

  • The state of Hawaii could save more than $14 billion in energy costs during the next 20 years under a new building code recently signed by Gov. David Ige. The new code, which was signed by the governor on March 20, will soon go into effect for state buildings. The code governs new construction and most renovation of residential, commercial and state buildings. Once adopted by the counties, the new efficiency rules are estimated to save more than $14 billion in energy costs during the next 20 years. The…

  • Planning work on a skyscraper that would be the West Coast's tallest appears to have slowed down. It has been more than a year since the city of Seattle has held a design review meeting for the 4/C project, and the next meeting has not been scheduled, a city spokeswoman said Thursday. The city suspended permitting work earlier this year for about six weeks after the developer didn't pay fees, according to online city records. Permitting work by the city resumed after payment was made on March 13,…

  • Could RFK Stadium and its surrounding land return to control of the District? That's the question D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser is asking President Donald Trump. In a letter to the president dated March 29, Bowser asked Trump to consider transferring RFK Stadium, Franklin Park and the Langston Initiative (three D.C. public golf courses), currently under control of the National Park Service, back to the District. Bowser said all three sites were critical to the District's economic prosperity and infrastructure.…

  • New York-based confectioners shop Lady M plans to open its first Honolulu location this summer in Waikiki. Lady M was founded in 2004 by Hawaii native Ken Romaniszyn, whose family owns Wasabi Bistro, a Japanese restaurant with locations in Honolulu, Singapore and Kuala Lumper. Romaniszyn studied pasty at the former French Culinary Institute and oversees the development of the shop’s menu items. The pastry shop currently has locations in New York, Chicago, Boston, North Carolina and California,…