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Harmony, High Quality in a New Neighborhood

Harmony, High Quality in a New Neighborhood - by Elizabeth Rhodes (The Seattle Times: Nothwest Life, Nov 24, 2002)

The house: It's one of five, each designed by a different architect, that constitute a new neighborhood called Colman Park Estates in Seattle's Mount Baker neighborhood. The goal is to create five harmonious but individual high-quality houses.

This house, the first to be built, could be termed a "modified traditional." A tall rectangle, it has a straightforward floor plan: four bedrooms on the top floor; living, dining, kitchen and adjacent family room on the main level; plus a two-car garage and generous play room on the bottom floor. More >>

This time, neighbors tell developer 'Come on in'

After a bruising battle with neighbors on a Capitol Hill site, Jason Kintzer took a different approach with this Mount Baker project.

This time, neighbors tell developer 'Come on in' - by Joe Nabbefeld (Daily Journal of Commerce, Oct 24, 2002)

Developer a believer in Built Green homes

Jason Kintzer hired four architecture firms to work on a five-home development because he didn't want the result to be "a cookie-cutter block."

- by Joe Nabbefeld (Daily Journal of Commerce, Oct 24, 2002)

Galer Townhouses

This four-unit townhouse project slips into the eclectic top of the Queen Anne Hill neighborhood. Abrahams Architects took many cues from the materials and colors of the surrounding neighborhood, but intentionally avoided trying to create three-story duplex bungalows.

Galer Townhouses - September 10, 2001

Builder's Neighborhood Savvy Helps Luxury Project

After years of concerns from residents in Seattle's Mount Baker neighborhood about the future of a big parcel of land, a Seattle developer has finally come up with a plan that everyone can agree on.

Rather than expanding an aging convalescence home or building a private elementary school, as proposed by earlier developers, JRJ Development has begun building five luxury homes on a lot at the end of a cul-de-sac that overlooks Lake Washington.

Builder's Neighborhood Savvy Helps Luxury Project - by Joel Ozretich (Puget Sound Business Journal, Sep 23, 2002)



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