Green Lake Community Center Options Narrowed to Three at Current Site

Seattle Parks and Recreation's online open house has returned for the Green Lake Community Center/Pool redevelopment project, including the results of the previous open house. The selected...
People bike on the low bridge with the cracked high bridge looming overhead. (Photo by Doug Trumm)

SDOT Lays Out Six Options for West Seattle Bridge, Cost-Benefit Analysis Process in October

In a recent blog post, the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has outlined the framework it will use to evaluate options to replace or...

SDOT Inching Toward West Seattle Bridge Repair Plan

Four months into the West Seattle Bridge closure, we do have some answers but plenty of lingering questions, too. The Seattle Department of Transportation...

Freeway Park Revamp Is Ahead, Latest Concepts Unveiled

Seattle Parks and Recreation and the Freeway Park Association began their open house and survey this week for the planned Freeway Park improvements. This...

Soft Opening for a Hard Won Trail

It’s been forty years since the first segments of the Burke-Gilman Trail opened, replacing parts of Seattle’s railway infrastructure with bicycle and pedestrian thoroughfares....

Convention Center Seeks $300 Million Federal Bailout to Complete $1.8 Billion Expansion

The Washington State Convention Center (WSCC) announced today that it was seeking $300 million bailout from the federal government to stay afloat. The WSCC's...
SLI's 47+7 building in the U District. (Photo by Shaun Kuo)

The Potential and Pitfalls of Prefabricated Buildings

The City issued permits on January 17th for another new tower in Belltown, but this one was a little different. The developer, Sustainable Living...

Master Builders Continue to Push for Missing Middle Zoning in 2020 Agenda

On Thursday morning in a ballroom at the Meydenbaur Convention Center in Downtown Bellevue, the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties (MBAKS)...