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New outlines on the Winslow skyline are the shape of progress.

Construction on Grow Community’s new phase, the Grove, is moving onward – and upward. The Salal building’s third floor has taken shape, with roof work starting very soon. Next door at the Elan, the second floor is under way.

Concrete work continues elsewhere on the site, the Juniper building is all but complete while the walls, footings and pouring of the Woodland Homes and Tsuga are now well underway.

With the hot, dry weather of summer upon us, crews will be watering down the site periodically to minimize dust – definitely a challenge, so we ask our residents’ and neighbors’ forbearance.

For all the activity around the site, our crews are running up an impressive safety record – 15,000 hours (and counting) without an injury. Great job, construction team!

An aerial view of construction in the Grove

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the Grove goes vertical

If you've driven past Grow Community lately, you'll have noticed that things are really building up. Emphasis on "up." Construction teams are pushing skyward with framing underway for the Salal building in Grow phase 2. Framing of the Elan … [Continue reading]

Happy Earth Day from Grow Community

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We don't inherit the earth from our ancestors, the Native American proverb goes, we borrow it from our children. The wellbeing of our planet and the quality of life that we'll leave to future generations is what Grow Community is all … [Continue reading]

UW planning and environment students tour Grow

Grow Community hosted a tour this past weekend for University of Washington students interested in innovative approaches to urban planning. Sixteen students representing the university’s urban design and planning, architecture, environmental … [Continue reading]

March Construction Gallery

Continued iron/cable work for P/T concrete decks happening at Grow this month.  Concrete pours have begun and will continue through next week.  We expect framers to begin very soon and you will start to see the buildings go vertical beginning with … [Continue reading]

Grow featured in NW design magazine

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Grow Community and first-phase architect Jonathan Davis are featured in the new edition of Gray magazine. In an article titled “Community Builders,” the magazine touts Grow for fostering “next-level neighborliness” through innovative layout and … [Continue reading]

March Construction Update: Garage is on good footing(s)

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Work on Grow Community's Phase 2 underground parking garage continues apace. Crews are now installing rebar and cables for the post tension slab for the Salal building, forming up walls and columns for the garage of the Elan townhomes, and crafting … [Continue reading]

Grow now the standard lifestyle of the future

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Grow Community as the new standard for future living? You bet. Grow’s award-winning, net-zero neighborhood will be showcased at Living Future 2015, the annual conference of the International Living Future Institute. Jonathan Davis, architect … [Continue reading]

ULI finds Grow on its roadmap to healthy neighborhoods

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The Urban Land Institute has drawn up its roadmap for healthy development, and Grow Community is a prominent waypoint. Grow is cited twice in the “Building Health Places Toolkit: Strategies for Enhancing Health in the Built Environment,” an … [Continue reading]