Contractors sort through the impacts of COVID-19

March 16, 2020 Contractors sort through the impacts of COVID-19   Worker unavailability and supply chain interruptions could potentially impact construction companies. By BENJAMIN MINNICK Journal Construction Editor WSDOT photo [enlarge] Guy F. Atkinson Construction recently finished this overpass on Interstate-5 in Pierce County as part of a $189.9 million contract to improve the freeway. The company’s [...]

Contractors sort through the impacts of COVID-192020-05-03T20:35:48-07:00

Offices at Southport

February 3, 2020 By JOURNAL STAFF Photos by Michael Walmsley [enlarge] The Offices at Southport consists of three, nine-story towers on the Renton waterfront at 1101 Lake Washington Blvd. N. The towers contain 712,752 square feet of Class A office space, 11,025 square feet of retail and six levels of parking for 2,121 vehicles. The project is [...]

Offices at Southport2020-05-03T20:33:40-07:00

Eastlake housing project set for design review

    December 18, 2019 By BRIAN MILLER Real Estate Editor Rendering by Hewitt [enlarge] The 182-unit apartment building would have a 3,000-square-foot terrace overlooking Lake Union. A proposed apartment building at 2517 Eastlake Ave. E. has its second and likely final design review today. The meeting is at 6:30 p.m. at Seattle University's Admissions & Alumni Building, 824 [...]

Eastlake housing project set for design review2020-05-03T20:29:31-07:00

Redmond site sells; 620 units planned

December 18, 2019 By JOURNAL STAFF REDMOND — Blocks 2A and 2B, plus a land for a public park at Esterra Park, have sold for almost $14.3 million, according to King County records. The seller was an LLC related to Capstone Partners and Lionstone Investments of Houston, which acquired the 28-acre former Group Health campus in [...]

Redmond site sells; 620 units planned2020-05-03T20:25:48-07:00

Eco-friendly Magnolia Safeway would have 138 units on top

November 26, 2019 The Security Properties development would be one of the first mixed-use projects to participate in Seattle's Living Building Pilot Program. By BRIAN MILLER Real Estate Editor Sketch by Anita Lehmann [enlarge] The building would have a 3,200-square-foot public plaza designed by Communita Atelier at the southwest corner that would include edible plants. Farewell, [...]

Eco-friendly Magnolia Safeway would have 138 units on top2020-05-03T20:31:07-07:00

New team takes a swing at redevelopment of Queen Anne Safeway

October 1, 2019 By BRIAN MILLER Real Estate Editor Rendering by Runberg Architecture Group [enlarge] Barrientos Ryan and Runberg Architecture Group are proposing three interlocking buildings with courtyards. They would house a total of 322 apartments and a 50,000-square-foot store. Redeveloping the Safeway at 2100 Queen Anne Ave N. has proven to [...]

New team takes a swing at redevelopment of Queen Anne Safeway2020-05-03T20:39:55-07:00

U District tower project ready to apply for building permit

September 27, 2019 U District tower project ready to apply for building permit By JOURNAL STAFF Renderings provided by Runberg Architecture Group [enlarge] The tower, designed by Runberg Architecture Group, will have 237 apartments and ground-level retail facing Northeast 45th Street. [enlarge] A three-story commercial plaza with an elevator will wrap from 45th up along the [...]

U District tower project ready to apply for building permit2020-01-28T14:53:30-08:00

Project of the Week: Bellwether

September 23, 2019 Bellwether By JOURNAL STAFF Photos by Michael Walmsley Photography [enlarge] The Bellwether Apartments, a new four-story mixed-use building, recently opened at 20 Bellwether Way along Bellingham's waterfront. This 43,400-square-foot building has 42 affordable and market-rate apartment units. A 4,100-square-foot commercial space is provided on the ground floor. Amenities include a shared community clubroom [...]

Project of the Week: Bellwether2020-01-28T14:48:42-08:00

New phase of Yesler Terrace revamp completed

June 28, 2019 New phase of Yesler Terrace revamp completed   Seattle Housing Authority says it has replaced more than half of Yesler's 561 older low-income public housing units. By JOURNAL STAFF Rendering by Runberg Architecture Group [enlarge] Vulcan Real Estate’s Cypress has a mix of market-rate and income-restricted units. Celebrations will be held today for [...]

New phase of Yesler Terrace revamp completed2020-01-28T14:20:37-08:00

State Hotel among Historic Seattle preservation honorees

June 21, 2019 State Hotel among Historic Seattle preservation honorees By JOURNAL STAFF Photos by Andrew Nam/Weinstein A+U [enlarge] The 91-room State Hotel was completed in March following a gut renovation. [enlarge] Photos by Andrew Nam/Weinstein A+U The State Hotel in downtown Seattle won the award for best preservation project for 2019 from Historic Seattle. The [...]

State Hotel among Historic Seattle preservation honorees2020-01-28T14:19:40-08:00
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