Posts tagged withdevelopment

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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The fences are up and a historic Tacoma building across from Wright Park is coming down. The Scottish Rite Temple at 5 S. G St. had stood for nearly aRead more

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Topics of discussion ranged from how to tackle the homelessness epidemic in major U.S. cities to whether crowdfunding has a place in the commercial real estate industry. Here areRead more

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Before co-founding and serving as managing director of Madrona Venture Group, Tom Alberg was a student at Ballard High School, Class of 1958. As a young man, his conceptRead more

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Seattle Mayor Ed Murray is proposing a new policy intended to reduce the design review wait times for typical projects by four to eight weeks. The legislation fulfills aRead more

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The Seattle City Council voted Monday to promote more space between high-rises in a segment of downtown by encouraging developers to construct taller, thinner buildings. The legislation will createRead more

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