Seattle Council Rejects Morales’ Affordable Housing Bill "The pilot program had been scoped to offer zoning incentives for up to 35 redevelopments that partner with local nonprofits to deliver at least 30% on-site affordable housing largely focused in high-displacements neighborhoods of color as a way to counteract that displacement." (The Urbanist)

The RMR Group Completes Seattle Life Sciences, Mixed-Use Campus "The campus features Class A office space and 200,000 square feet of 14’ floor-to-floor height in the two dedicated lab buildings. This includes move-in-ready lab and R&D space with suites ranging from 12,500 to 25,000 square feet." (Connect)

First loan under Biden’s transit-oriented development push goes to town north of Seattle "The city of Mount Vernon was awarded up to $26.8 million in low-cost financing to finish the estimated $53 million development, which includes a public library, community center, commercial kitchen, computing space, electric-vehicle chargers and more." (Marketwatch)

City of SeaTac issues DNS for possible hotel and apartments "The proposal for 20446 International Blvd. depends on an upzone from the city, which issued a SEPA determination of non-significance this week." (Seattle DJC)