Monthly Archives: September 2012

Not Vancouver Yet

Right now, possibly September 26th specifically, represents the largest amount of new housing construction greater Downtown Seattle has ever had. This is very exciting for those who want Seattle to feel and function like a real big city, with the … Continue reading

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Challenge your inner pedestrian

HBB Landscape Architecture has created the Palletable Plants Park, a temporary installation in a parking space in front of the firm’s Seattle office at 215 Westlake Ave. N. Photo courtesy of HBB Landscape Architecture The “park” highlights edible and ornamental … Continue reading

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