State Convention Center — Land use counsel for the construction of the state convention center over I-5 in Seattle and the subsequent convention center expansion project, which included an exhibit hall, an office building, the Elliott Hotel and public atrium beneath a glass canopy arching over Pike Street. The projects involved City departmental approvals, Hearing Examiner hearings, City Council approvals, street vacations, conditional uses, rezoning, and transferable development rights (TDRs) agreements.
University of Washington — Land use counsel to the University of Washington in the development of its downtown Metropolitan Tract and in the development of its master plans (1990-2000, 2001-2010), which approved an unprecedented building program for new science and bio-tech facilities on its main campus. Represented the University of Washington in initial negotiations of a 2000 Memorandum of Agreement with Sound Transit, specifying the terms for light rail facilities on campus.
Union Station — Permitted the redevelopment of Seattle's Union Station for over one million square feet of office space including rezone, SEPA review, street vacations, code amendments and easements
Pacific Place — Permitted the Pacific Place retail complex in downtown Seattle and advised the developer on the issues pertaining to the redevelopment of three square blocks in downtown Seattle for retail, office, telecommunications and housing uses.
Polyclinic — Represent The Polyclinic in connection with new medical facilities on First Hill in Seattle, including entitlements, code amendments and public outreach efforts.