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Georgetown Squared revamp is done and it's 76% occupied
Photo from Greenbridge
The remodel of Georgetown Squared (G2), a 280,500-square-foot collaborative office building in Seattle's Georgetown neighborhood, has been completed, with new features and updated tenant spaces.

Amundson nabs second key SLU parcel for $4M

By BRIAN MILLER

Three weeks ago, Ron Amundson bought one parcel on the half-block site where Skanska USA wanted to build an office tower above a new streetcar maintenance barn for the city. Now he has struck again.

15 projects win civic design awards from AIA

By JOURNAL STAFF

The American Institute of Architects Washington Council selected 15 projects to win the 2017 Civic Design Awards for top public projects.

Yakima Speedway owner selling site to developers

By DONALD W. MEYERS

Sun Square Yakima is expected to have a hotel, office tower, housing and retail, as well as an NHL-size ice arena.

Tom Kundig honored by RIBA

By JOURNAL STAFF

Olson Kundig principal and owner Tom Kundig has been confirmed as a Chartered Architect by the Royal Institute of British Architects.


Quotes by Big Charts

Joy St Germain
City of Bellevue
Jim Starkes
Hart Crowser
Russell Rosenberg
Hart Crowser
Barbara Van De Fen
MIG|SvR|Portico


Landmarks meeting on Bonney-Watson

By JOURNAL STAFF

Seattle's Landmarks Preservation Board on Dec. 6 will consider nominating the Bonney-Watson Funeral Home at 1732 Broadway on Capitol Hill as a city landmark.

FCC chair wants to scrap ‘net neutrality'

By RYAN NAKASHIMA and MICHAEL LIEDTKE

The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission set out Tuesday to scrap rules around open internet access, a move that would allow giant cable and telecom companies to throttle broadband speeds and favor their own services if they wish.


Self-storage facility sells for $16M

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Daffodil Storage facility at 34202 16th Ave. S. in Federal Way has sold for $16.35 million, according to King County records.





TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
15 projects win civic design awards from AIA
Tom Kundig honored by RIBA
El Centro's Plaza wins PSRC award
Landmarks meeting on Bonney-Watson
BCRA honored by IIDA
APWA Washington names new officers
HNTB
OAC Services
Parametrix
Schnabel opens office in Seattle
Arup
Bernardo|Wills Architects
Landau Associates
15 spots open on design review boards
Murraysmith
Davido Consulting Group

Business
More firms join race to woo ‘impact investors'
NPS park fee hike comments extended
Stocks set more records
What is net neutrality? Why does it matter?
FCC chair wants to scrap ‘net neutrality'
Safe-injection site in new city budget
Kalama port appeals permit decision

Construction
Alaska Native Corp. eyes LNG plant

Technology
Uber covered up hack of 57M riders

Real Estate
Georgetown Squared revamp is done and it's 76% occupied
Amundson nabs second key SLU parcel for $4M
Idaho to auction 10 properties Dec. 6
Yakima Speedway owner selling site to developers
Self-storage facility sells for $16M

BCRA honored by IIDA

By JOURNAL STAFF

BCRA won an award in the International Interior Design Association’s 6th annual Healthcare Interior Design Competition.

El Centro's Plaza wins PSRC award

By JOURNAL STAFF

El Centro de la Raza won a 2017 Vision 2040 Award from the Puget Sound Regional Council for Plaza Roberto Maestas, a mixed-use apartment project at 2524 16th Ave. S. in Seattle.


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