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Old Georgetown steam plant readies for new life as museum, event space
Photo by Rebecca Ossa, Seattle City Light
A contractor is now being sought for the potential $20 million project.

64 U District units pass through design review

By BRIAN MILLER

The proposal by Studio19 Architects is for a six-story building with 64 units, retail and eight underground parking stalls.


Construction company owners start nonprofit to help the formerly incarcerated

By LYNN PORTER

The nonprofit Weld Seattle this winter will begin renovating a building at 1426 S Jackson St. in Seattle's International District for 1426, a new resource center that will provide connection to housing, employment, mental health and recovery resources for people who have been incarcerated in jails and prisons in the state.


Kirkland offices to replace taco truck lot

By BRIAN MILLER

A vacant lot at 6700 108th Ave. N.E. in Kirkland traded late last December for a bit over $1.2 million. Its predominant use in recent years fits the name of the buyer: Taco Truck LLC.


Six projects honored by AIA NWW

By JOURNAL STAFF

Six projects recently won American Institute of Architects Northwest Washington Section 2020 Design Awards, which celebrate the best residential and commercial architectural designs available from AIA members at firms in Whatcom, Skagit, Island and San Juan counties.

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Project: Paradise Inn Annex and snow bridge rehabilitation
Contractor: Korsmo Construction

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Small is big in these design awards

By JOURNAL STAFF

XS House, an apartment project in Philadelphia built on a site measuring just 11 feet by 93 feet, is among seven exceptional designs the American Institute of Architects recognized with its 2020 Small Project Awards.

Hampered by virus, casinos want aid in recovering

By WAYNE PARRY

The U.S. casino industry is seeking tax and regulatory relief from the government as it tries to recover from the coronavirus outbreak, which cost states more than $2 billion in lost tax revenue while casinos were shut down for four months this year.



TODAY'S STORIES

A & E
Six projects honored by AIA NWW
Event celebrates landscape architecture
Small is big in these design awards
Dykeman Architects
AIA: Architectural billings up a tad
Mithun
SRG Partnership
Webinar highlights how architects design
Honor Awards go virtual this year
Olson Kundig
Program focuses on healthcare architecture
The Riley Group, Inc.
Construction company owners start nonprofit to help the formerly incarcerated

Business
Hampered by virus, casinos want aid in recovering
State joins pact to review vaccine
Guilty plea in PPP fraud scheme
Stocks close mostly lower
Book says small farms should be in our future
Video app TikTok leans into e-commerce with Shopify deal
Cloud growth helps Microsoft earnings
Illinois bans indoor dining

Construction
Old Georgetown steam plant readies for new life as museum, event space

Environment
Feds pull appeal of timber sale ruling

Real Estate
64 U District units pass through design review
Kirkland offices to replace taco truck lot



Kenneth Spicer
Bernardo|Wills Architects
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The Riley Group, Inc.
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Dykeman Architects
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