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Bush School

October 1, 2021 New net zero Bush School comes together with mass plywood panels By BENJAMIN MINNICK Journal Construction Editor Photos from Exxel Pacific [enlarge] The addition faces Lake Washington Boulevard East, with the school’s historic Gracemont building behind it. [enlarge] Mass plywood panels and glulam beams are on full display inside the building. It won't [...]

Bush School2021-10-06T13:21:40-07:00

Stateside

October 1, 2021 Bellingham's newest student housing community centers wellness, sustainability By EMMA HINCHLIFFE A/E Editor Photos by Spectrum Development Solutions LLC [enlarge] Stateside is located at 929 N State St. [enlarge] Units in the property have large windows that bathe the space in natural light. The Stateside student housing project near Western Washington University is [...]

Stateside2021-10-06T13:08:00-07:00

Beam – Project of the Week

August 23, 2021 The Beam Apartments By JOURNAL STAFF Photos by Moris Moreno [enlarge] The Beam, at 1029 S. Jackson St., is a seven-story mixed-use building now open in the Little Saigon neighborhood of Seattle's International District. The 270,878-square-foot building has 321 units, ground-floor commercial space, and below-grade parking for 177 vehicles and 106 bikes. Units [...]

Beam – Project of the Week2021-09-01T14:42:57-07:00

PeaceHealth – New Lynden Clinic

August 18, 2021 Lynden clinic to bring needed care to local communities By JOURNAL STAFF Image from Exxel Pacific [enlarge] The development will flank Kulshan Veterinary Hospital on two sides. PeaceHealth broke ground last week on a new clinic at Benson and East Badger roads in Lynden. Project backers say the clinic will aid PeaceHealth in [...]

PeaceHealth – New Lynden Clinic2021-08-19T10:30:07-07:00

Project of the Week – Centerline

August 9, 2021 Centerline By JOURNAL STAFF Photos by Michael Walmsley [enlarge] Centerline is a seven-story mixed-use development at 6505 15th Ave. N.E. in Seattle’s Roosevelt neighborhood. It has 235 residential units, 7,450 square feet of ground-level retail, and more than two stories of below-grade parking for 187 vehicles. Units include studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments [...]

Project of the Week – Centerline2021-08-09T15:28:31-07:00

B45 – U District

July 30, 2021 U District bank soon to be demolished for apartment tower By BRIAN MILLER Real Estate Editor Rendering by Rendering by Runberg Architecture Group [enlarge] This view looks northeast at the planned B45 tower. The corner of the Neptune Theatre building is at lower right; behind that (south) is the new light rail station. [...]

B45 – U District2021-08-09T15:24:53-07:00

Hamlin Robinson Middle School

July 13, 2021 No more! Oberto! Exxel Pacific starts on new school By BRIAN MILLER Real Estate Editor Rendering by NAC Architecture This view looks roughly southwest at the new building, with the main campus peeking out at right. The old Oberto store property in the Rainier Valley has been demolished. Exxel Pacific is [...]

Hamlin Robinson Middle School2021-07-13T09:37:56-07:00

Jackson, WesternCedar, Revel receive Gold Nugget Awards

July 2, 2021 Local projects win Gold Nugget Awards By  Journal Staff Photo by Moris Moreno, courtesy of Runberg Architecture Group Runberg Architecture Group designed Jackson apartments in Seattle’s Central area neighborhood. A number of Puget Sound developments recently were honored in the 2021 PCBC Gold Nugget Awards, which recognize projects that improve communities [...]

Jackson, WesternCedar, Revel receive Gold Nugget Awards2021-07-13T09:35:11-07:00

Ballard 56th & 57th

June 29, 2021 51 Ballard units clear design review By BRIAN MILLER Real Estate Editor Image by GGLO This view looks northwest at the planned apartment building, which will have its companion on the east side of 20th. Two years ago, Saratoga Capital bought the corner property at 2002 N.W. 56th St. with a master-user [...]

Ballard 56th & 57th2021-07-13T09:25:52-07:00

DESC Bitterlake

June 1, 2021 Work underway on 100-unit Bitter Lake Supportive Housing By JOURNAL STAFF Rendering provided by SMR Architects [enlarge] SMR Architects designed the 100-unit supportive housing project. Downtown Emergency Service Center began construction April 9 on a 100-unit apartment project at 924 N. 143rd St. in Seattle for disabled single adults who have been homeless long term. [...]

DESC Bitterlake2021-06-07T11:43:36-07:00
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