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Hotel plan boosts waterfront revival in Everett, Wash.
posted on Apr 25 18

Glistening water, passing ships and inquisitive seals could delight visitors willing to pay at least $150 for an overnight stay. Hotel Indigo will offer 142 rooms at the city’s waterfront by summer or fall 2019. A celebration of Everett’s next large lodging is planned at 10 a.m. Thursday. The building is a central part of the Port of Everett’s redevelopment, Waterfront Place, that features parks, housing, restaurants, docks and more. Read The Herald story here

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Hilton Garden is next up for hotel-rich Beaver County, Pa.
posted on Apr 25 18

Construction is underway on the township’s ninth hotel, and the developer of the property is already well versed in the Beaver County market. Read the Beaver County Times story here

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South Bronx project to introduce soccer stadium
posted on Apr 25 18

New York will get its first dedicated soccer stadium as part of the Harlem River Yards project in the South Bronx. The $700 million project also includes affordable housing to supplement new towers already underway. Read the New York YIMBY here

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N.C. university taps Skanska to build $106M engineering facility
posted on Apr 25 18

North Carolina State University and Skanska have signed a $106 million contract to build a 226,042-square-foot engineering building. The project is expected to be completed in 2020. Read the Commercial Property Executive story here

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Pittsburgh riverfront warehouse to be redeveloped
posted on Apr 24 18

A $110 million project will renovate a historical warehouse on the Pittsburgh riverfront into a complex with offices and retail and featuring public green space. Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf says that this once old, tired area has "transformed itself." Read the Tribune-Review story here

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