June 8, 2016

Waste Not: Small-Scale Developers for a Better City – Part 3

This post is a continuation of the Waste Not blog series. Hopefully by now one or two of you reading our blog series are thinking: “I can do this!” For you here’s a simple four-step program to evaluate the best opportunities and get you started.   1.  Research zoning and […]
March 23, 2016

Waste Not: A call to help build the new Seattle – Part 2

This post is a continuation of the Waste Not blog series. In Seattle’s urban villages, new development is creating 5 to 7-story mixed-use buildings, infilling whole or half blocks where historically several 2 and 3-story buildings were clustered.  The size and pattern of this development is responding to market demands […]
February 26, 2016

Waste Not: A call for small developers in the big city – Part 1

Leah Martin & Katie Cote of Allied8 presented a talk at the Northwest EcoBuilding Guild Conference 2015 entitled: Waste Not: How to be a small developer in the big city.  A three-part blog series posted here is based on that presentation. Part 1: Multiplying Seattle Seattle is one of the […]
September 2, 2015

Mic Drop

The man, the myth, the legend.. Steve Duncan! We are going to miss you. California, more specifically the Bay Area, is about to inherit one awesome guy. You’re welcome California. Now we get to tell you why he’s so awesome… Steve has spent the last 2 years helping us grow […]