What that big construction site is all about

We get questions every so often about the big project between Highway 509, Highway 99/West Marginal Way, and South Kenyon, downhill from the northeastern edge of White Center and environs. Not everybody realizes it’s … the new transfer station, 140,000 square feet, under construction and scheduled to open next year. WCN contributor Deanie Schwarz photographed the model at Second Use. (More project info here.)


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4 Responses to “What that big construction site is all about”

  1. [...] (Wedgwood View) Myth-busting the ‘green stormwater infrastructure’ plan (West Seattle Blog) What that big construction site is all about (White Center Now) Share this:ShareFacebookEmailDiggStumbleUponReddit Filed under News blog [...]

  2. Why was the building partially constructed then taken back down? Seems to be proceeding correctly now.

  3. The city’s explanation was that they discovered a different kind of paint that would dramatically reduce future maintenance costs, so they had to dissemble and repaint the steel.

  4. Thanks, I appreciate the information!