Monthly Archives: May 2012

ZGF visits Northern Saskatchewan for hospital project

ZGF Architects Seattle partner Allyn Stellmacher has been traveling to remote areas of Northern Saskatchewan to visit with schoolchildren and community members to hear what they want in the design of their new Children’s Hospital. Joined to Royal University Hospital, … Continue reading

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AIA Seattle supports changes in parking requirements

The American Institute of Architects Seattle has sent a letter to the city council in support of proposed changes in the land use code that would eliminate the requirement for parking within a ¼ mile radius of  “transit rich” areas … Continue reading

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Council may right-size parking requirements

Sometimes the City of Seattle does something awesome. On Wednesday, the City Council Planning, Land Use, and Sustainability Committee might move forward on reduced or eliminated parking requirements in new residential and commercial buildings in some core neighborhoods with good … Continue reading

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