Issue

July 2019

From this Issue

Washington’s beer industry is booming. Here’s why.

This new West Seattle home offers distracting views of Elliott Bay.

These $3 million-plus Bellevue, Laurelhurst and West Seattle abodes deliver on looks

But keep your eyes on the skies. A new space race is dawning

Chef Eric Anderson puts the finishing touches on a plate of duck, one of his star proteins.

Samara in Sunset Hill woos diners with Pacific Northwest dishes and neighborhood appeal

Creating a positive company culture is a complicated endeavor

A skilled craftsman sands the “spine” of the blade to remove laser-cutting marks

Washington manufacturer excels at craftsmanship and on being super knife guys

A number of construction projects are underway in Seattle's Uptown neighborhood, aka Lower Queen Anne, with some 10 new development projects slated for completion this year.

The growth of Seattle’s tech community is spilling into Uptown, changing its character and creating opportunities for development

It’s time for you to get a box and ‘Marie Kondo’ your office and your team

Hand reaching for a Cosmic Crisp apple

Lots of hype and hope surround WSU’s new apple variety, but the launch faces significant challenges

An inclusive workplace creates a competitive advantage

Congratulations to the 2019 class of Seattle Business magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For!

HOME SWEET HOME. Hayden Homes President Steve Klingman, center, standing behind the sign, with, from left, Gina Donangelo, Rees Wasney, Mike Moore, Patti Murphy and Ben McGerty.

These companies with full-time Washington employees were voted Best Companies to Work For.

REAL DEAL. Outreach CEO  Manny Medina, seated third from left, with, from right, Emilee Smalley, Ryan Jander, Stephen Farnsworth, Mario Espinoza and Preetha Chatterjee.

These companies more than 150 full-time Washington employees were voted Best Companies to Work For.

BUILDING BRIDGES. Highspot CEO and co-founder Robert Wahbe, seated at center, with, from left, Jennifer Palecki; David Wortendyke, co-founder;  Haley Katsman; and Oliver Sharp, co-founder.

These companies with 50-150 full-time Washington employees were voted Best Companies to Work For.

MISSION-DRIVEN. Adler Giersch founding principal Richard H. Adler, seated, with, from left, Melissa D. Carter, managing partner; Jake Zhang; Jenny Iacobucci; and Maritza Moreno-Sanchez.

These companies with 15-49 full-time Washington employees were voted Best Companies to Work For.