Issue 558
June 2017 to July 2017

A License to Build

How Does Seattle Grow? By Connecting Conservation and Infill
In May, SPUR visited Seattle to learn how it is making such great progress on housing, infrastructure and transportation. Here’s what we learned... Read More »

Small Buildings: Big Impact

Seattle proves you can grow without going tall.
Seattle is building way more housing per square mile than San Francisco and is spending less money doing so. Read More »

Seattle's Big Vision for Transit

The Puget Sound region asked voters for a lot — and got it
A bold new transit package will feature 62 new miles of light rail, an extension of commuter rail, and an array of other bus and transit projects. Read More »

Member Profile: Tyra Fennell

Tyra Fennell uses art, music and performance to bring communities together.
Tyra Fennell is founding director of Imprint.City, an organization that seeks to activate industrial, underutilized spaces with both performing and visual arts to encourage community and economic development. We spoke this spring with Tyra about her hopes and fears for the city she calls home. Read More »

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