- Check out the latest video fly-through for the new International Arrivals Facility
- Franklin Pierce Schools, Mukilteo School District named Seahawks’ week one Champions of Sustainability
- Opinion: Blacklisting rule will force many contractors to abandon federal marketplace
- PARK(ING) DAY PLUS+ starts today!
- OK Ice Cube!
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Monthly Archives: May 2008
You’re not the only one being asked to recraft that building just a teensy bit smaller. Architectural Record reported this week that the Atlantic Yards, a controversial $4.3 billion, 8 million-square foot Brooklyn development designed by Frank Gehry, is scaling … Continue reading
It’s not every day you see The New York Times delve into gentrification in Portland. Today’s NYT story focuses on the conversation that black and white Portlanders are having as more and more young whites move into North and Northeast … Continue reading
It seems like much of the city’s time is spent working on the future of South Lake Union. No comment. From trolleys and targeted up-zones to street redesigns and a new park (dedication shown at right) and trail, proposals for … Continue reading
No, this has nothing to do with that boarded up building with the unique swooping roofline that you won’t see much longer at the corner of 15th Avenue Northwest and Northwest Market Street. Landmarking a living thing? Still reading? The … Continue reading