Microsoft president talks expansion, affordable housing and public transportation

Brad Smith sits down for an exclusive interview to discuss the company’s investments in affordable housing and expansion in King County.

REDMOND, Wash. — Downtown Renton isn’t necessarily a tech hub, nor is it directly tied to the Microsoft Campus.

However, the roof over Wesley Reiber’s head can be directly linked.

“Wages aren’t keeping up with inflation, which means that people are losing money, even though they’re making the same dollar amount at work,” said Reiber, as he sat inside the 95 Burnett apartment complex talking about how he found his way here. 

Reiber said he’s struggled during the pandemic and owns

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