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‘Ramp to Nowhere' becomes an art piece

By JOURNAL STAFF

The so-called “Ramp to Nowhere” in Montlake is now part of an art installation organized by a group of former architecture students from the University of Washington.



SAF event at BCJ's Gosline Residence

By JOURNAL STAFF

Seattle Architecture Foundation will hold an open house from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Aug. 14 at the Gosline Residence designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson at 2415 E. Highland Drive on the east side of Capitol Hill, overlooking the Arboretum.


Open house for Federal Way rail

By JOURNAL STAFF

Sound Transit will hold an open house on the Federal Way Link extension at 3 p.m. Thursday at Federal Way Transit Center Plaza, 31621 23rd Ave. S.


Kirkland refines aquatic center plans

By JOURNAL STAFF

The city has refined its conceptual design for an aquatic, recreation and community center that could be built at Juanita Beach Park or on the site of North Kirkland Community Center.


Bertha's replacement bearing awaits

By JOURNAL STAFF

The 34 wooden cases sit silently in a nondescript warehouse in South Seattle, reminiscent of Hangar 51 from “Raiders of the Lost Ark” but on a smaller scale.


Crayola considers building more family attractions around the U.S.

By MICHAEL RUBINKAM

Crayon manufacturer Crayola is building a family attraction in Florida, similar to the one it operates in its home state of Pennsylvania, and more could be on the way around the country if the new place does well.


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Often we look at development and wonder what will happen to traffic. This comes up a lot regarding greater Downtown Seattle, particularly the fast-growing northern portions. Actually, the truth might be pretty good.




Do you have renderings or photos of recent projects? Share them with DJC readers. Send high-resolution images and information to maude.scott@djc.com.




A Tacoma shipping company installed rain gardens three years ago to control stormwater runoff. Today, the gardens are a model for other businesses.

If Congress fails to act by Aug. 1, the Federal Highway Administration will institute uniform cash management procedures to distribute federal dollars.

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