Photo by Benjamin Benschneider
The Catalyst building, in the South Landing development in Spokane, was designed to be one of the largest zero-energy buildings in North America.
Infinity Shore Club shows
resilience of Seattle market
The Alki Beach development proves there is a lot of room for capital appreciation compared to similar cities.
By JAMES WONG
Preparing for Bellevue’s dynamic future
Over the course of the last year, outdoor areas have played an integral role in preserving our mental and physical health.
By GERALYN VANNOY
Vulcan Real Estate
Diverse spaces are key to returning urban cores to normal
While many things can be done from the office or from home, neither is ideal for every type of work.
By CHARLIE FOUSHEE
Skanska USA Commercial Development
Making changes that last generations
Communities just beyond the urban core provide major opportunities for growth.
By RYAN GRAMS
GIS International Group
Coming soon: A surge of TODs in the Bel-Red corridor
Demand is up, but so are challenges facing developers in today’s market.
By SCOTT SURDYKE
Special to the Journal
Meeting the SE 2050 Challenge
Much emphasis has been on reducing the operational energy consumed by a building during occupancy.
By CHRIS JESERITZ
PCS Structural Solutions
Little houses everywhere: How ADUs will reshape the urban fabric
ADUs may be the urban development solution to increase affordable housing.
By JACK CHAFFIN
Placemaking in pocket parks: Sustaining authenticity in growing urban neighborhoods
Placemaking can help us identify and attribute certain characteristics to specific neighborhoods.
By KEITH WALZAK
Sustainable urban design: connecting community and nature
A progressive redevelopment approach is a model of sustainable development both in policy and physical design.
By WILL GRIMM
Our city, our time
We should explore the way we value and use our time; and rediscover our immediate and surrounding neighborhoods.
By JOAN INSEL and MICHAEL LEE
Regional growth: Towns, small cities should choose to lead or be led
Investments in infrastructure such as high-speed rail are critical for successful regional growth and prosperity.
By DOUG DEMERS and ALEXANDER THOMSON
The many shades of green
Building electrification and climate risk mitigation go mainstream.
By RIC COCHRANE
Urban Development 2021 team
Section editor: Sam Bennett
Section design: Jeffrey Miller
Web design: Lisa Lannigan
Advertising: Matt Brown
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