The 4-story facility pays homage to the surrounding beauty of the Pacific Northwest.
The new science wing at the Seattle school includes solar panels, a green roof, a green wall, a composting toilet, sustainably harvested wood and a rainwater collection system.
After decades of neglect, Seattle completed a five-year renovation of its rail station with sustainable systems that are expected to be LEED Platinum-certified later this year.
On a sunny Earth Day in Seattle, a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for the new Bullitt Center, which is being called the “greenest commercial building” in the world.
The nearly completed Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, near Seattle, will prove that it is possible to be a steward of both the arts and the environment at the same time.
King County’s Brightwater Center shows off the green side of waste water treatment.
Seattle’s Dwell Development says that the latest home in its Phase 4 micro-community, the first on-spec home in the Pacific Northwest to meet the strict Passivhaus standards for energy efficiency.
A Seattle extension campus for Northeastern University has made some innovative uses of a limited urban footprint, which may earn the project LEED Platinum status.
The Bullitt Foundation has announced that its nearly completed ultra-green Bullitt Center will begin moving in tenants this month and will open officially in Seattle on April 22, Earth Day.
Seattle’s Olive 8 is one of the few condo/hotel complexes to earn a LEED Silver certification, a 4 Green Key Eco-Rating for hotels and a Gold Certification from Green Seal.
The Stone34 project, future home of Brooks Sports, may become one of the greenest buildings in Seattle, with LEED Platinum certification and Living Buildings Challenge features.