SRM opens second building at Gridline, now with 178 units "SRM Development's Gridline, with two apartment buildings on the Pike-Pine corridor, has been opening in phases." (DJC)

Prime Stadium District Site Won’t Be Developed Until After World Cup "Work is finally getting underway to transform a long-underutilized swath of public land near Seattle’s sports stadiums, but the coming arrival of World Cup games to Seattle in 2026 is set to delay any final vision that gets created. The site in question is nearly five acres, across from Lumen Field on First Avenue S, and is owned by the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT). The former home to WOSCA Terminals, WSDOT purchased the site over ten years ago as part of the Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement program, and ultimately envisions a partial use for the site as the headquarters for its Washington State Ferries division." (The Urbanist)

Seattle Transportation Plan | Mayor Bruce Harrell’s Recommended Seattle Transportation Plan goes to City Council for adoption  "An Implementation Plan for the Seattle Transportation Plan will be created by the end of 2025, and updated every 4 years, which will allow us to make adjustments to adapt to changing financial conditions, community priorities, and emerging issues." (SDOT Blog)

New report details how lean 2023 was for Seattle area's commercial real estate market "Office sales volume was down by 76%." (Puget Sound Business Journal)