East Link TOD: Spring District Gradually Blossoms with Development "The Spring District has seen more than 2,000 homes, 4 million square feet of office, and 8,000 parking stalls recently delivered or in development." (The Urbanist)

Big bill comes due for Martin Selig, giant of Seattle office real estate "For decades, developer Martin Selig has defied the odds in the downtown Seattle office market, profiting handsomely in the high times and managing the lows well enough that he still owns almost a tenth of downtown’s office space....But the aftermath of the pandemic is testing Selig’s resilience in ways that underscore just how different the current crisis is from past office downturns." (Seattle Times)

Seattle eyes temporarily exempting some center city developments from design review "Hotel, residential and research-and-development projects would be exempt, but not office towers." (Puget Sound Business Journal)

Developer sought for 100-plus Bainbridge Island units "The old building, erected in 1969, is now gone; the city-owned property is now bound for redevelopment as affordable housing." (Seattle DJC)

Transformative Pedestrian Bridge Opens at Redmond Technology Station "he bridge, funded entirely by Microsoft by way of a public-private partnership authorized under state law, has been in the works for more than 10 years." (The Urbanist)