Monthly Archives: February 2016

2016 Housing and Homelessness Advocacy Day

Gladys Ly-Au Young
Categories: Current Events

I went with Myra from our office to Olympia for Housing and Homelessness Advocacy Day on Tuesday, February 2. This is an annual advocacy event organized by Washington Low Income Housing Alliance. Capitol Hill Housing kindly gave us a ride in their van-pool from Seattle to Olympia. The event was very well organized and I […]

Top Ten Reasons to Reuse an Existing Building – Challenge

Categories: Adaptive Reuse, Theory & Practice

TOP TEN REASONS TO REUSE AN EXISTING BUILDING CHALLENGE Adaptive re-use takes extra care and planning. It is definitely more challenging than starting from scratch, but well worth the effort. “I don’t think there is anything irrational about doing these harder projects. In the long run we keep our tenants. The value of the asset […]