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Merrill Gardens is breaking ground on Auburn senior complex; Burien is next
Image from Urbal Architecture
Seattle-based Merrill Gardens is breaking ground today on a 129-unit senior apartment complex at 19 First St. S.E. in downtown Auburn.

Bids due June 9 for Maritime Academy

By JOURNAL STAFF

Seattle Central College plans to construct a new academic building on its 2.2-acre Seattle Maritime Academy campus in Ballard.

Oregon agrees to land swap for a new golf course on the coast

The land is currently part of Bandon State Natural Area, and would become Bandon Muni, a 27-hole course with lower prices for locals.

Design Perspectives: Hotel/apartment will transform First & Stewart

By CLAIR ENLOW

What will Seattle be like when it grows up? Watch this corner near the market.

Quotes by Big Charts

Don McKinne
NAC|Architecture
Katie Carrera
Abbott Construction
Philip Riedel
NAC|Architecture
Cheryl Jacobs
NAC|Architecture




Dump truck plunges off I-5

A dump truck plunged 25 feet down an Interstate 5 embankment and caught fire, but no one was seriously hurt.


Vermont town reopens wood bridge that floats

By LISA RATHKE

A tiny Vermont town's famous wooden floating bridge — believed to be the only one of its kind in the country — has been rebuilt and was reopened Saturday with fanfare, including a parade with a bagpiper, high school marching band, oxen team, horses, and antique cars crossing the new span. Just not all at once.


Frank Harmon to lecture June 8

By JOURNAL STAFF

On June 8, Space.City will present a lecture by Frank Harmon, who has designed sustainable buildings in southeastern states for 30 years.


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.





TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Design Perspectives: Hotel/apartment will transform First & Stewart
Stillaguamish center tour set for June 4
Frank Harmon to lecture June 8
Two schools up for landmark status
Parametrix
Environmental Science Associates
Frank Harmon to lecture June 8
SAF explores food and architecture
Richard Haag and Thaisa Way lecture
THA Architecture
The Blueline Group
AIA offers class on composites
‘The Rich Life' tour on Capitol Hill
NAC|Architecture
FFA Architecture and Interiors
Zero-energy design contest entries due
Passenger traffic is booming at Sea-Tac
Heathrow's new runway would run through 600-year-old village

Business
Charter-TWC deal: what's in it for you?
What if June court decision guts Obamacare?
Broad sell-off in U.S. stocks
Independent booksellers continue to open stores
In West Virginia coal country, anti-blight program finds new use for ‘BAD' buildings

Construction
Dump truck plunges off I-5
Bids due June 9 for Maritime Academy
Vermont town reopens wood bridge that floats
Leaky California pipeline didn't have auto shut-off
Flooding eases, crews start repairs on Dalton Highway
U District may get public restrooms
Home prices edge up another 5% in March
Kirkland's last trailer park displaced by high-end homes

Environment
OSU pulls solar vehicle sponsorship
Deal reached on Hanford cleanup

Real Estate
Merrill Gardens is breaking ground on Auburn senior complex; Burien is next
Trump opens B&B in a Virginia estate
Ports and 2 towns get $1.7M grants
Oregon agrees to land swap for a new golf course on the coast

Stillaguamish center tour set for June 4

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Northwest Washington chapter of the American Institute of Architects will offer a tour at 4 p.m. June 4 of the Stillaguamish Natural Resource Center at 22712 Sixth Ave. N.E. in Arlington.

U District may get public restrooms

By JOURNAL STAFF

A local group wants to hire a firm to help it determine if public restrooms are needed in the University District, where the loos should be, and what they will cost to buy and maintain.


Leaky California pipeline didn't have auto shut-off

By BRIAN MELLEY

The original owner convinced a court in the late 1980s that the pipeline should be subject to federal oversight because it is part of an interstate network.



“ALL RISE’s 2421 Miles,” is a new site-specific 52,000-square-foot earthwork by New York artist Molly Dilworth.




GLY Construction used 600 workers to make two record-setting concrete pours earlier this year in Bellevue. Find out how they did it.


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