Africatown, Forterra & Lake Union Partners Reach Historic Partnership for Redevelopment of 23rd & Union Block in the Central District
Partnership Ensures Africatown Community Land Trust Will Have Ownership Stake at Midtown and Participate in Redevelopment of Affordable Housing & Retail.
Nearly 50% of Entire Project Will Be Affordable Housing.
Media Contact: Michael Beneke | firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-204-8059 Seattle, Wash., – May 23, 2017 – Africatown Community Land Trust (Africatown),…
Governor Jay Inslee celebrates four new classrooms built from innovative Cross Laminated Timber at ribbon cutting ceremony
The classrooms are part of a statewide pilot project to address classroom sizes while also pioneering the use of an innovative timber product, Cross Laminated Timber (CLT), with the opportunity to generate benefits for the environment and for rural communities.
Contact: Leda Chahim Government Affairs Director Forterra 206-905-6922 (office); 206-227-1433 (cell) | email@example.com Stephanie Holmberg MVSD Capital Projects Assistant 360-428-6184…
Timber sourced from the Olympic Peninsula used in CLT panels to build four new modular classrooms that will be ready for students at start of the 2017-18 school year
Contact: Leda Chahim Government Affairs Director Forterra 206-905-6922 (office); 206-227-1433 (cell) | firstname.lastname@example.org SEQUIM, WA — Installation began today on…
They feel personally responsible for the environment—they recycle, compost and buy used things. But don’t call them environmentalists. And don’t get them started about climate change.
First-of-its-kind survey across King, Snohomish and Pierce counties polls nearly 1,200 young adults Contact: Michael Beneke | VP of Communications…
Forterra acquires Space Needle for undisclosed amount, adding to portfolio of keystone properties | April Fools!
Plans are in motion to demolish the landmark and construct an identical skyscraper from Cross Laminated Timber
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | April 1, 2017 (April Fools!) SEATTLE — Forterra, the Seattle-based sustainability nonprofit, has acquired the…
Puget Sound Business Journal: Seattle millennials want to stay, but affordability might force them out
Puget Sound Business Journal
By: Marc Stiles
Overwhelmingly, Seattle-area millennials love living here, and two-thirds say the region is on the right track. Even so, many say…
The Seattle Times: Nearly half of local millennials consider moving as Seattle-area home costs soar again
The Seattle Times
By: Mike Rosenberg
Big housing-cost increases are taking a heavy toll on millennials throughout the Seattle area, which has retained its title as…
Our Puget Sound Millennials: More green, more gay, more concerned about equity, more optimistic about effecting change at the local level
First-of-its-kind survey across King, Snohomish and Pierce counties polls 300 millennials on the telephone; another 868 were surveyed online Contact:…
The Seattle Weekly
Two days after the results of the 2016 presidential election shocked the nation, more than 800 citizens gathered under the…
By: Posey Gruener
Farm becomes subdivision. It’s an old story, and one that Arlington hay farmer Andrew Albert has seen a lot. “Happens…
By: Jerre Redecker
Some of the last undeveloped shoreline along Puget Sound has been added to the Nisqually Reach Aquatic Reserve. The acquisition…
The News Tribune
By Allison Needles
Although its eerie name suggests otherwise, Puyallup’s Dead Man’s Pond is home to many living things. From black-tailed deer to…