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  • 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.

  • At&T Experience Retail Prototype

  • 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.

  • The Long and Short of It

    THESE DAYS, THE SMALL-BALANCE loan marketplace seems to be divided into two types of executions: long-term loans from Fannie Mae and short-term loans from banks. And their terms couldn't be more different.

  • 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.

  • Emerald City Imbalance

    EVEN AS THE RECESSION subsides in Seattle, the hangover endures.

  • Scientists Predict Fewer, But Stronger, Hurricanes