VISION 2040 Award Winners Honored

The Puget Sound Regional Council has honored six projects and programs from around the region with VISION 2040 Awards.

Mountlake Terrace accepting a VISION 2040 Award for Arbor Village.

Mountlake Terrace accepting a VISION 2040 Award for Arbor Village.

The VISION 2040 Awards showcase the amazing work that is being done to implement VISION 2040, the region’s long-range growth, economic development and transportation strategy, the region’s vision for the future.

This year’s winners are:

12th Avenue Arts, Sponsored by Capitol Hill Housing

A vibrant new multi-purpose building in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, which transforms a 29,000 square foot surface parking lot into a cultural center that meets arts, housing and public safety needs.

Pierce County Agriculture Program, Sponsored by Pierce County

A successful program to strengthen support for farming and farmers to ensure agriculture remains a healthy component of the Pierce County community.

Fourth Street Improvements, Sponsored by City of Bremerton and LMN Architects with partnering agencies Lorax Partners and Exeltech Consulting.

A streetscape design that created a lively theatrical ambiance to generate new investment in downtown Bremerton.

Arbor Village, Sponsored by Mountlake Terrace

The first, large scale mixed-use project to be developed in Mountlake Terrace’s new Town Center.

Redmond’s Central Connector, Sponsored by the City of Redmond in partnership with King County, Sound Transit, and The Berger Partnership.

The connector locates several instrumental public infrastructure projects on ten acres of prime real estate in the regional growth center and opens a network of active transportation opportunities using the eastside rail corridor.

Residential Infill Measures Report, Sponsored by City of Everett, with partnership from Washington State Department of Commerce, Inova, Property Counselors, and Fehr and Peers.

A reference manual of innovative infill practices and an exploration of potential housing types, infill locations, and land use code changes that will increase residential development capacity in Everett.






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