LMC opens Ovation, with 548 First Hill units on Town Hall block


Commercial Property Executive

Now using the new address of 702 Spring St., the 548 units have begun leasing in the east and west towers. The 32-story project received its temporary certificate of occupancy last month. Perkins Will designed Ovation, with JTM Construction as the general contractor.

Seattle life science tower proposed for El Corazón site off of I-5


Puget Sound Business Journal

PMB, a San Diego-based health care real estate development company with a Seattle office, is proposing this life science tower near an exit off of Interstate 5 at the north edge of downtown Seattle.

The Jack building reaches the street


Commercial Property Executive

Last week, JTM Construction and Gonsalves & Santucci Inc. poured the final portion of the level one post-tension deck at Urban Visions’ office building project, The Jack.

Urban Visions Lands $90M for Seattle Project


Daily Journal of Commerce

The LEED Gold-certified office building is rising in the city’s Pioneer Square neighborhood.

JTM builds ‘visual mock-up’ of The Jack building’s skin


Seattle DJC

DJC interviews JTM’s vice president Ben Coffman.

Capstone, Freiheit ready design for downtown Bellevue office tower, with JTM as contractor


Daily Journal of Commerce

JTM Construction will build the 305 Office Building.

JTM starts on Pagliacci replacement condos


Daily Journal of Commerce

The two and three-bedroom condominiums look to average around 3,000 square feet.

After long pandemic pause, JTM returns to waterfront office project


The Jack office project, by Urban Visions, started demolition at 74 S. Jackson St. early last year — just in time for the pandemic.

LMC quietly tops out 2-tower Ovation project on First Hill


Daily Journal of Commerce

LMC topped out its Ovation luxury apartment development at 702 Spring St. on First Hill.

Schwabe Gets Briefed on JTM’s Esterra Park Carbon-Neutral Project


Michael Herbst, Schwabe

The final phase of the Esterra Park development in Redmond, Washington, is a carbon-neutral development.