Inspired by the tranquility of the San Juan Islands
The 1320 University mixed-use project is taking on a unique challenge by fulfilling the vision of public/private partnerships in meeting the open space needs of the First Hill community.
A new model of inclusive development, Midtown Center moves beyond the standard approach to mixed-use development by bolstering local businesses, providing affordable housing and open space, maintaining a sense of place.
A large public plaza featuring sculpture and seating serves as a grand entryway and an extension of Seattle Center’s Northwest entrance resulting in a lively pedestrian environment.
Anchor Flats is a much-needed affordable housing option in Seattle’s burgeoning high-tech neighborhood of South Lake Union.
The vision of making “20-minute living” a reality informed the team’s design approach and the early design renderings to develop properties adjacent to the soon-to-be-opened light rail station.
This South Lake Union development sets a new standard for sustainable site development integrating urban farming, green roofs, captured stormwater and salvaged beams from the site’s renovated Historic Laundry Building.
A generous courtyard offers comfortable areas for sitting and socializing, enhanced by the sight and sound of a water feature designed with salvaged terra cotta tile from a bank building previously on the site.