Seattle, Jackson Main Architecture, Ken Large Landscape Architect, Vibrant Cities, Queen Anne, Early Design Guidance, Uptown

134-Unit NIWA Apartments in Queen Anne Given the Green Light at Early Design Guidance...

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By Jack Stubbs Earlier in the evening, the applicant team had seen its other project in Queen Anne—the 95-unit Roystone Apartments—denied approval by the west...
Seattle, Jackson Main Architecture, Ken Large Landscape Architect, Vibrant Cities, Queen Anne, Uptown, MHA, Early Design Guidance

95-Unit Roystone Apartments in Queen Anne Denied Approval at Early Design Guidance Meeting

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By Jack Stubbs One new project in the works in Queen Anne, a 95-unit project being developed by Vibrant Cities, will not yet proceed to...
Seattle, Fana Group of Companies, Weber Thompson, downtown Seattle, Denny Triangle, Design Review Recommendation meeting

55-Story Tower in Downtown Seattle Discussed at Design Review Recommendation Meeting

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By Jack Stubbs On Tuesday, February 6th, a Design Review Recommendation (DRR) meeting was held for the 55-story mixed-use tower in the heart of downtown...
Seattle, Pike Place Market, Ankrom Moisan, Spectrum Development Solutions, Stellar Holdings, Inc., HEWITT, Seattle Properties

14-Story Hotel Project at 1st Ave. and Pike St. Denied Approval at Second Early...

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By Jack Stubbs Downtown Seattle has recently been a hotbed for development activity, but one project across from the entrance to Pike Place Market will...
Seattle, Clark Construction Group, Atkinson, Puget Sound region, Design Build Institute of America, Swedish/Providence, Kaiser

Clark Construction Group Takes a Look at Defining Market Trends in the Year Ahead

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By Jack Stubbs It’s a couple of months into the new year, and many firms and companies are trying to predict what the upcoming year...
Seattle, Sierra Construction Company Inc., Triad Development Inc., Mountlake Terrace, Woodinville, Fife, Des Moines, Bothell

Five Parcels of Vacant Land in Mountlake Terrace Sell for $13MM

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 By Jack Stubbs A Woodinville-based general contractor recently acquired five parcels of undeveloped land in Mountlake Terrace. Last week, on Tuesday, January 30th, five parcels of...
Seattle, Recharge the Battery, Battery Street Tunnel, WSDOT, Final Environmental Impact Statement, Record of Decision, Belltown

Uncertain Future for the 120,000 Square Foot Battery Street Tunnel in Belltown

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By Jack Stubbs There’s been a lot of development activity occurring in Belltown over the last several months, and a new initiative is in the...
Seattle, MAS Architecture, Jabooda Homes Inc., Early Design Guidance Meeting, Master Use Permit, North Rainier, Mercer Island

60-Unit Development In North Rainier Approved at Early Design Guidance Meeting

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By Jack Stubbs A new development in North Rainier was recently approved at at the initial stage of the city’s design review process. On Tuesday, January...
Seattle, Mercy Housing Northwest, Runberg Architecture Group, Paul G. Allen Foundation, Early Design Guidance Meeting, Design Review

95-Unit Affordable Housing Development in Mt. Baker Unanimously Approved at Design Review Meeting

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By Jack Stubbs On Tuesday, January 30th, a a 95-unit affordable housing project in Mount Baker was unanimously approved at a Design Review Meeting. The...
Seattle, Weber Thompson, Mill Creek Residential, Cal Anderson Park, Capitol Hill, Nagle Place, light rail station, Early Design Guidance

Two-Building 213-Unit Development in Capitol Hill Approved at Second Early Design Guidance Meeting

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By Jack Stubbs There’s no shortage of activity occurring in Seattle’s busting Capitol Hill neighborhood, and a mixed-use development was recently advanced to the next...

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BioMed’s Dexter Yard Highlights Industry Leading Sustainability and Wellness Features

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By Mike Ruhl, Vice President at BioMed Realty In March 2020, remote work took center stage due to the pandemic, and hundreds of thousands of...

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