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  • Restoring a Milk Bottle-Shaped Restaurant

    A Spokane builder repairs a fire-damaged historic structure.

  • Ductless Heat Pumps

    These easily installed units offer flexible sizing and high efficiency at moderate cost.

  • Face to Facebook

    Some architects have embraced social media and telecommunications, but others struggle to discern the actual benefits.

  • Open-Joint Siding

    In the Seattle area, where I work, we get a lot of rain. From the mid-90s to the mid-2000s, there were many high-profile cases of water damage caused by improperly detailed siding, mostly on condos and other multifamily housing.

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  • Border Lines

    Light plays a critical role in meeting both the design and security requirements for U.S. land port of entry stations.

  • Program Keeps Spokane Deal on Track

    SPOKANE, WASH. — Count Market Street Station among the developments that emerged amid the economic turmoil of the past two years.

  • Project Serves New Home Buyers

    SEATTLE— A cafeteria worker at Microsoft, a woman who works for a nonprofit organization, and a couple with a teenage son have become new home buyers.

  • Scientists Predict Fewer, But Stronger, Hurricanes

  • Quinn Leaves Seattle, Joins Enterprise

    Adrienne Quinn has resigned as director of the Office of Housing in Seattle and will become vice president for public policy and government relations at Enterprise Community Partners.