Bellevue Towers will create an urban canyon, which is expected to give the city a feeling of density and critical mass.
Image courtesy GBD Architects and MulvannyG2 Architecture
In this year's Urban Development special publication of the Daily Journal of Commerce, we look at
our area's skylines, which are growing up after a prolonged adolescence.
Bellevue development pushes across Interstate 405, with big plans for the Bel-Red corridor.
Meanwhile, Bellingham looks to transform its fenced-off industrial waterfront into a regional asset.
We visit South Lake Union, where planning and partnerships have started reshaping the area for a mix of opportunities.
A neglected property on Aurora Avenue is transformed into something spectacular.
This issue also looks at six urban design challenges that the Puget Sound region will face in the next 15 years.
Finally, we take a look at transit-oriented development as a key to the success of a light-rail system.