After a long and frustrating search, Hopelink got a 75-year lease from the city for a 2-acre site where it plans to build the Redmond Integrated Service Center.
Plaza Roberto Maestas directly addresses the urgent need for affordable housing and economic opportunity in the Beacon Hill neighborhood and is a model for community-inspired transit-oriented development.
Seattle Design Commission has named the winners of its biennial Design Excellence Awards, which recognize projects that improve the city and the public realm.
The last of the full fire station replacement projects funded by a 2003 levy is taking shape on north Capitol Hill.
The two-building complex provides housing for families earning 30 to 60 percent of area median income, or $24,000-$49,000 a year.
The training center will be on 4.5 acres near the Duwamish River and Duwamish substation.