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San Francisco Provides Affordable Housing in Mission Bay Neighborhood

12.22.2014 Mithun, Press Releases, Project Updates,

Mercy Housing Completes 1180 Fourth Street Affordable Housing Designed by Mithun | Solomon and Kennerly Architecture in San Francisco

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Puget Sound Business Journal: UW Reinvents the Dorm

03.08.2013 Mithun, Press Releases,

Mithun’s new residence halls for the University of Washington – Lander, Maple and Terry – were recently discussed in an article in the Puget Sound Business Journal.

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Mithun and Daniel Solomon Design Partners Merge

11.02.2012 Mithun, Press Releases,

Leveraging recent client growth and the nascent economic recovery, Mithun and Daniel Solomon Design Partners announced today a merger which immediately elevates the combined firm’s capabilities in the design for urban clients to meet demand for livable, sustainable cities worldwide.

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Construction Begins on Seattle Aquarium’s Harbor Seal Exhibit

10.30.2012 Mithun, Press Releases, Project Updates,

Mithun’s design replaces the existing chain link exhibit with glass enclosure.

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Mithun Principal Awarded LEED Fellow Designation

10.29.2012 Mithun, Press Releases, Noteworthy,

The U.S. Green Building Council has recently named Mithun Principal, Tom Nelson, AIA, to the 2012 class of LEED Fellows – the green building industry’s most prestigious professional designation.

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Chatham University Breaks Ground on Eden Hall Campus

10.16.2012 Mithun, Press Releases, Project Updates,

Construction has begun on the $40 million initial phase of Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus

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Developer Selected for Yesler Terrace Parcel A

10.10.2012 Mithun, Press Releases, Project Updates,

The Seattle Housing Authority has selected Gracorp Capital Advisors as developer for the Yesler Terrace Parcel A project. This part of the Yesler Terrace redevelopment – a public housing project that will be revitalized into a transit-oriented, mixed-use, mixed-income community that is estimated to cost $2 billion – will include a 116,000 square foot building with 120 affordable apartments on six stories with roughly 3,000 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor. Mithun is the project architect and Graham Construction will be the general contractor. Seattle Housing Authority is expected to select a master developer for the overall Yesler Terrace project by spring 2013.

To read more about the Yesler Terrace project, visit www.djc.com*.

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