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Skanska starts final elementary in 4-pack for Auburn School District
Image from Skanska USA
A few years back, Skanska won the general contractor/construction manager contract to build four elementary schools as one package with a maximum construction cost of $120 million. The contractor is now down to its final school, Terminal Park Elementary School, which it says it recently started construction on.

140 units proposed in Old Bellevue

By BRIAN MILLER

The Vander Hoek family has, over past decades, amassed and strategically sold its downtown Bellevue properties to apartment developers. Now a new 140-unit, eight-story residential plan by Weber Thompson has emerged at 15 103rd Ave. N.E. in Old Bellevue.


Developer partners with NWF to create sustainable landscaping

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

In architecture, the need to build and design sustainability is one of the highest and most talked about priorities. Perhaps less discussed is the vital role that responsible and sustainable landscaping can play in protecting and enhancing the natural environment and mitigating the effects of climate change.

57 units planned west of Northgate Station, following $5M land sale

By BRIAN MILLER

An older 15-unit apartment building at 11224 Meridian Ave. N. recently sold for $5 million, according to King County records. The buyer was Prime on Meridian LLC, associated with Heaton Dainard Real Estate, which is planning a new companion building with an additional 57 units.

Study says decrease in salmon threatens killer whales

The number of Chinook has decreased even as fishing regulations attempted to bolster their numbers.

94 units proposed for Roosevelt site

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Speakerlab corner, at 6220 Roosevelt Way N.E., went on the market in February, unpriced. Now there's a plan from prospective buyer StoryBuilt to redevelop.

Stantec-designed high school is first in US to receive WELL Gold certification

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

International design and engineering firm Stantec, with offices at 720 Third Ave. in Seattle, recently completed work on the first high school in the United States to receive WELL Gold certification.

Rooftop bar planned for the Edgewater Hotel

By EMMA HINCHLIFFE

As first reported in the Puget Sound Business Journal, Kirkland-based Noble House Hotels & Resorts has filed a building and land use pre-application to build a rooftop bar and lounge at its iconic Edgewater Hotel property on Pier 67.

Don Scott retires from PCS Structural Solutions

By JOURNAL STAFF

Don Scott, who has been in the structural engineering industry for 40 years, retired from full-time partnership at PCS Structural Solutions last month.



TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Stantec-designed high school is first in US to receive WELL Gold certification
Don Scott retires from PCS Structural Solutions
Ethos Civil
Feriton Spur Park celebration July 13
29,552 signatures for Initiative 135
Parametrix
Tour the Yesler Terrace Hillclimb
Perkins&Will
Seattle Design Festival lineup is live

Business
Cowboys make deal with gun-themed coffee firm
Immigration detention facility near empty in California
Redmond pizzeria makes Top 50 list
Tech stocks post gains
Rooftop bar planned for the Edgewater Hotel

Construction
Skanska starts final elementary in 4-pack for Auburn School District
Tribe presents plans for New Mexico casino
Detroit targets old industry sites to improve neighborhoods

Environment
Developer partners with NWF to create sustainable landscaping
Study says decrease in salmon threatens killer whales

Real Estate
57 units planned west of Northgate Station, following $5M land sale
Vacant Ballard bank trades for $3.4M
94 units proposed for Roosevelt site
Federal Way units sell for nearly $36M
44 Capitol Hill units sell for over $6M
220 Georgetown units set after sale
140 units proposed in Old Bellevue









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