WSU building voted as best by Seattle's Daily Journal of Commerce

PULLMAN, WA - Washington State University's Paul G. Allen Center for Global Animal Health has been named the Building of the Year by Seattle's Daily Journal of Commerce.

The DJC asked its readers to vote on one of nine buildings, and WSU's 62,000 square-foot research facility received 39% of the vote. The competition also featured three buildings at the University of Washington, including the Husky Union Building. Microsoft Co-founder Paul Allen is a WSU alumnus who donated $26 million to the university to build the facility. You can find the article here.