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Design for Common Spaces at Issaquah Highlands Project

CDG’s Interiors Team just finished renderings of amenity spaces for our Issaquah Highlands project being developed by clients Trammell Crow and Sumitomo Forestry. A 135-unit multifamily development, the project is located on the urban edge of the City of Issaquah, with a natural area of wetlands and pond to the north and east. The modern design features natural wood and opens up to the landscape.

2016 NAIOP Night of the Star Awards

Clark Design Group had two semi-finalist entries for this year’s NAIOP Night of the Stars Awards – 80 Main for Multi-Family Development of the Year and Panorama Apartments for Redevelopment/Renovation of the Year. The firm had a table at the event and attendees included Brenda Barnes, Barry Shuman, David Sachs, Linda Shedd, John Bartin, Lauren Garkel, Sue Nestrud, Suzanne Salandi and David Weivoda.

Grand Opening Celebration for the Publix + Warehouse Project

As our Publix + Warehouse project heads toward completion, we’re thrilled with the results. Owned by the Uwajimaya family, it is part of exciting new development happening in the International District. The project includes the renovated 1928 historic hotel, originally built as a single-room occupancy hotel for predominantly Asian workers. A new building was constructed on an adjacent warehouse site and is connected to the hotel building.  With both handsomely renovated and contemporary living spaces, the Publix offers something for […]

Clark Design Group Continues to Grow

With the firm taking on more tenant improvements and interior design work, it’s time to add staff to our Interior Design Team. Below is the job description for the open position of Junior Interior Designer. If you’d like to be part of our team, please send your resume and portfolio for consideration to [email protected]. Junior Interior Designer will collaborate with senior design staff to provide high quality design solutions in all aspects of a project from initial concepts through construction […]