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DESC Bitterlake – Completed

July 22, 2022 100 permanent supportive housing units open in Bitter Lake By EMMA HINCHLIFFE A/E Editor Photo courtesy of DESC [enlarge] DESC partnered with Bellwether Housing to develop the building which DESC now owns and operates. DESC's latest permanent supportive housing project, the North Star, at 924 N. 143rd St., officially opened yesterday. The 63,385-square-foot [...]

DESC Bitterlake – Completed2022-07-22T15:51:21-07:00

Highland Park – To break ground later this year

July 7, 2022 Following $26M land deal, SummerHill and Exxel Pacific ready for 397 Bel-Red units By BRIAN MILLER Real Estate Editor Rendering by Runberg Architecture Group [enlarge] Construction on the phased project could begin this year, with completion in 2026. As planned, SummerHill Apartment Communities has acquired the 4-acre site in the Bel-Red area, [...]

Highland Park – To break ground later this year2022-07-07T11:32:59-07:00

The Line – Shoreline

June 16, 2022 241 Shoreline units move closer to start, with Exxel Pacific as builder By  BRIAN MILLER Real Estate Editor Rendering by Tiscareno Associates [enlarge] This view looks roughly northwest up 145th (which actually has no median). The grassy site at right (east) now has some old houses, but is likely to sell to [...]

The Line – Shoreline2022-07-07T11:25:11-07:00

DESC Bitterlake – The North Star

May 26, 2022 New name, completion schedule for DESC Bitter Lake project By EMMA HINCHLIFFE A/E Editor Rendering by SMR Architects The North Star is designed by SMR Architects. A 100-unit permanent supportive housing project, at 924 and 934 N. 143rd St., has been given an official name. Developer DESC has called the building [...]

DESC Bitterlake – The North Star2022-06-07T12:14:42-07:00

Grand Award for Safety – AGC Build Washington Awards

May 20, 2022 Grand Award: Safety Construction Manager more than 250K hours Photo courtesy of Exxel Pacific Exxel Pacific is continually looking at proactive physical changes to bring safety measures to work sites. Exxel Pacific Exxel Pacific moves forward with one eye on what has made it successful to this point, and another eye [...]

Grand Award for Safety – AGC Build Washington Awards2022-06-07T12:14:38-07:00

4th & Bell

April 8, 2022 Security Properties breaks ground on Belltown high rise By BRIAN MILLER Real Estate Editor Rendering by VIA Architecture [enlarge] Looking northwest, The Confidential’s many terraces are evident. The bike lane has suddenly shifted east among new orange traffic barriers at 2315 Fourth Avenue, and crews from Exxel Pacific are now ripping up [...]

4th & Bell2022-04-11T10:16:05-07:00

Nesbit Family Housing

December 21, 2021 LIHI breaks ground on 104 affordable units on Aurora By BRIAN MILLER Real Estate Editor Rendering by PYATOK Architects [enlarge] The project is LIHI’s second investment on Aurora; it’ll eventually develop another site to the north, for now a tiny house village, with new apartments. What's now called Nesbit Family Housing, which [...]

Nesbit Family Housing2022-04-05T16:13:54-07:00

Bel-Red breaks ground

November 30, 2021 Vulcan, Exxel Pacific break ground on 249 Bel-Red units By BRIAN MILLER Real Estate Editor Rendering by Runberg Architecture Group The project is a few steps from the station, which is just west (left) of 132nd in the left lower corner of this depiction. The new Spring Boulevard is in the [...]

Bel-Red breaks ground2021-11-30T09:11:05-08:00

Trad – Project of the Week

November 22, 2021 Träd By JOURNAL STAFF Photos from Exxel Pacific Inspired by Scandinavian design, Träd, or “tree” in Swedish, opened recently at 17567 15th Ave. N.E. in Shoreline. It features 124 residences that blend modern minimalism with the feeling of the Pacific Northwest. There are five stories of residential living over two stories [...]

Trad – Project of the Week2021-11-30T08:52:27-08:00

U-District Student Housing

November 18, 2021 More U District high-rise student housing to open late next summer By EMMA HINCHLIFFE A/E Editor Renderings by Weber Thompson [enlarge] A distinctive feature of the property is a communal “front porch” where residents can interact with the street scape. [enlarge] The Accolade towers 240 feet above the U District. When it opens [...]

U-District Student Housing2021-11-30T08:47:39-08:00
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