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Proposed zoning changes for Downtown Seattle, South Lake Union, and a sliver of the International District are headed to the Seattle City Council. Later today, legislation for the proposed rezones and corresponding development regulation changes are scheduled to be...
The Northeast Design Review Board is about to take a look at a proposal at 3825 Bridge Way N that aims to be the first multifamily building to qualify for Seattle's about-to-be-updated Living Building Pilot standard. Meeting the Living...
Tensions are flaring between progressive interest groups in Seattle. Groups representing labor and environmentalists recently have found themselves on opposing sides of the decision to lease one of Seattle's port terminals to Shell. The Sailor's Union of the Pacific supports this agreement, while...
Light rail arriving to new neighborhoods brings with it ample opportunity for transit-oriented development (TOD). Anticipation is particularly high ahead of Northgate Station, where King County has set aside two large lots comprising 5.7 acres for affordable housing. Seattle has...
This article is a first in a two-part series. See the second part for Districts 1, 2, 3, and 5. On Monday, the Seattle City Council held the first of two meetings this week to discuss site- and area-specific rezones...
Local queer, Latinx artist Myra Lara held a very well attended art opening at Hybrid_Space last week. Not Even Barely Legal: (Desperately) Creative Infill Development included a mix of architectural sketches, comics, and is grounded in activism. Myra Lara is a thoughtful, talented artist...
A new mixed-use project in the Northgate area may include a new “woonerf” as part of the site design. The imagery from the design documents evokes something approximating European- and Asian-style shopping arcades. Those kinds of spaces are premier pedestrian experiences...
On Thursday, the Shoreline Planning Commission held a hearing to take public comment and vote on several resolutions related to the 145th Street Station Subarea Plan. The plan aims to change single-family zoning near the coming light rail station...