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The cost of construction is rising rapidly for apartment developers and contractors. “I expect contractors to pay 4 percent to 5 percent more in 2018 than in 2017,” saysRead more

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Building permit values for Spokane County, the city of Spokane, and the city of Spokane Valley’s combined hit $1.13 billion in 2017, a record high, records indicate. That’s greaterRead more

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The Seattle Times reports that the Emerald City still has more construction cranes standing than other major U.S. cities. But according to the most recent count in January, thereRead more

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Strong development pipelines are expected to put more strain on an already tight construction labor market this year, which could potentially slow down the rate of project completions. ReadRead more

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Seattle’s 2017 has been marked by the most construction cranes in the nation, steady office demand from tech companies and rising multifamily rents due to short supply as moreRead more

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Seattle is one of the hottest real estate markets in the country and we’re betting on Seattle to maintain growth for the foreseeable future. Limited inventory coupled with significantRead more

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At a time when the U.S. construction industry is facing a severe shortage of skilled labor, there is a burgeoning business consensus: The future is female. This week isRead more

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The cost of construction is rising again. Trade disputes, hurricanes and rising demand from overseas are all pushing up the price of materials from gypsum wallboard to lumber andRead more

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Wood has been a staple in building single-family homes and apartment complexes of up to 85 feet in height for decades. But the developer of one mixed-use building in Portland,Read more

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Skanska USA has just purchased three properties in Belltown, with a view to undertaking its fifth development project in the greater Seattle area: a 346-unit multi-family tower with on-siteRead more

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