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Snoqualmie Falls Storefront Studio 2016 By Jim Nicholls
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The Spring 2016 Storefront Studio is a partnership between King County Historic Preservation, The City of Snoqualmie Community Development, and the Architecture Department of the College of Built... More > Environments at the University of Washington. Through a series of community presentations and open houses, a set of enhancement strategies for the Historic Main Street area are vetted and revised, resulting in a mix of community-generated projects demonstrating resilience, inclusivity and authenticity. Projects include: • Main Street historic preservation and economic revitalization • Complete street /green street strategies, • Public park/River walk infrastructure and community networks< Less
Roslyn 2014 By Jim Nicholls
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University of Washington Department of Architecture Storefront Studio 2014. Storefront Studio returns to Roslyn, WA for its fourth year.
Roslyn 2014 By Jim Nicholls
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University of Washington Department of Architecture Storefront Studio 2014. Storefront Studio returns to Roslyn, WA for its fourth year.
Gig Harbor By Jim Nicholls
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Over the past eleven years, Storefront Studio has worked with sixteen local communities to identify existing assets and enact positive change. This summer, Storefront Studio went to Gig Harbor, a... More > waterfront town located on Gig Harbor Bay in Puget Sound, across the Narrows Bridge from Tacoma. With the support of the Gig Harbor Downtown Waterfront Alliance and the Washington State Main Streets Program, the studio identified nine districts in which the town’s existing assets could be enhanced to stimulate conversation, encourage economic viability and revitalize the imageability of downtown Gig Harbor.< Less