Design Review Board
Olympic Tower will house an additional 72 luxury units
The building includes a gallery and stage for the art school
The 23rd and Union project is in early design guidance
A local architect compiled upcoming projects to create a data-driven visual of what Seattle’s core could look like in the future.
The new design includes changes to the retail space and public plaza
The volunteer board members review designs of new private development.
Get deep into policy tonight
The project at Fifth and Main is slated for completion in 2020.
Amazon’s second campus is growing, with plans for a new 17-story, 405,000 square foot office.
Take inside the retailer’s proposal for their new, outdoorsy digs.
Mid-town, mixed-use, plus affordable housing
The terra-cotta facade and second floor windows will be retained
The SLU project was once proposed as high as 25 stories
Once potentially rising 48 stories high, the latest plan calls for just five additional floors
Plans call for 77 new apartments and more
The sale of the Seattle Unity site will fund the new church
Check out what Seattle's first mixed-use project that meets Passive House Institute US standards might look like
Plans call for 115 affordable apartments and much more
A prime location for those looking for an affordable entry to Ballard
A triangular park is now part of the project
The 134-unit residential complex puts residents close to plenty of retail options
The North Seattle neighborhood is growing up. And up.
The proposal calls for 69 hotel rooms and 42 SEDUs
Hive Apartments and Board & Vellum bring their plans for a mixed-use project at 6717 Roosevelt Way NE before the design review board tonight for a potential recommendation. Let’s take a look around.
The site is found at the junction of Rainier Avenue S, 23rd Avenue S, and S Hill Street
A little bit of everything planned at NW 56th Street & 17th Avenue NW
Once a two-tower project, it’s been scaled down to just one
The Westbank Frye Highrise project could transform the First Hill skyline
The Stratford Company and Rutledge Maul Architects bring their plans for 88th & Nesbit Apartments (1141 N 81st Street) back before the design review board tonight for potential recommendation.