The Urbanist
Breathing Life into Bellevue’s Spring District

The Spring District started as an ambitious plan to transform 36 acres of warehouses and surface level parking in Bellevue’s BelRed neighborhood into a thriving urban village anchored on transit. Expected to unfold over a 15-year period, Seattle-based developer Wright Runstad and Company and Shorestein Properties of San Francisco anticipated constructing 29 buildings with heights ranging from 11 to 14 stories, about two acres of parks and open space, and two new interior streets. … Read More