real estate

Recycling
5:45 pm
Thu January 10, 2013

Construction Debris: Where Seattle's Old Buildings Go To Die

Dickie Allen supervises a truckload of concrete debris arriving at Contractors Concrete Recycling in Seattle
John Ryan

Close to half of the garbage generated in America doesn’t come from individual homes or businesses. It comes from construction sites.

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History
7:03 am
Fri December 14, 2012

UW 150: Downtown Real Estate Helps Fund University

University Street sign.
Flickr photo/Michael Hilton

In Downtown Seattle, near where the Fairmont Olympic Hotel now stands, history was made back in 1861. The University of Washington was founded at this spot by a small group of local boosters, with the blessing of the Territorial Legislature. Seattle pioneer Arthur Denny donated the land. A single hall was built that housed the UW during the school's early decades, but the UW outgrew its first campus, and had to move and leave behind the old downtown site.

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