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924 Howell (Marriott) is nearing completion or is complete.

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How are they going to get a core plus parking in this space?



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That's an example of the new trend...230 units and 70 parking spaces in a fairly high-end 40-story building.
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^Is this the first one of this trend?
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It's the lowest ratio I recall among the 40-story residential towers in this boom. 815 Pine looks like around 0.55, and 2116 4th around 0.51. Both are on sites around 30% of an acre, at 13,334 and 12,960 sf. This site on Second is 8,365 sf or 19% of an acre, and it's also odd-shaped, making parking very inefficient. The ratio at 2116 would be better if the hotel rooms are counted, as I assumed no parking for those.

A shoring permit was issued last week for a 26-story residential on a 14,160 sf site in SLU, with 96 spaces for 244 units, or 0.39.

Two more extra-small odd-shaped sites are coming. 2300 8th is 312 units with 72 spaces or 0.22, on 9,878 sf. Another, 600 Wall, appears to be 400 units and 315 parking spaces on 10,700 sf, with mechanical parking.

So far our no-parking buildings are generally smaller and not highrises, like 40 micro units on 6,000 sf. The closest to a highrise I recall is an affordable building at 2nd & Yesler. Or the 10-story underway at Seattle U with 127 units, offices, and 6 parking spaces.

PS, some of these numbers might be wrong...plans are often revised after the land use permit application, and I don't catch them all. Generally they MUP the largest amount of parking they're considering, then maybe cut some later.
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Just came across this 360 timelapse of last 3 years of Seattle construction

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=-2MTiUGvqyE
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^thanks for sharing that! Very cool.
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The crazy part is that the camera will evidently keep recording for 50 years or something like that.
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Denny Centre (Bosa) - Seattle

Denny Centre - Who knew it would take a year?

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February 3, 2017

Bosa Properties completes EIS for 42-story tower on Fairview

By BRIAN MILLER
Journal staff reporter

Ten years ago, a Bosa Properties LLC paid $8 million for the triangular property at 2014 Fairview Ave. Then came the great recession.

Two years ago Robert Bosa — brother of Nat Bosa, developer of the Insignia condominiums — and ZGF Cotter Architects unveiled plans for a 42-story mixed-use tower that is now slated to have 442 units, 308 underground parking spaces, and about 10,000 square feet of retail.

Plans on file with the city are quite advanced, now in their sixth revision.

The approximately 25,500-square-foot site now is home to Denny Center, a two-story retail complex. The property is bounded by Fairview, Denny Way, Virginia Street and Boren and Minor avenues. It is south across Denny from the Mirabella and southeast from the old Seattle Times properties, where Onni Group is planning 1,179 apartments in four towers on two city blocks.

The undulating facade of the 442-unit tower would be ringed with balconies. ZGF Cotter Architects is designing it.

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They finally paid their shoring permit fees, so permit issuance should occur within the next week or so!
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Edit, thinking of another job. This could start at any moment once the permit is in hand, if they want to.
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Was this a site that had the archeological petition?
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I have no idea. They all follow a protocol.
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December 15, 2017

Northwest Studio picked for county campus plan

By LYNN PORTER
Journal Staff Reporter

King County has selected Northwest Studio to develop a master plan for its civic campus: 10 buildings and vacant lots in downtown Seattle.

The county said it wants a master plan for what could become a “next generation high-density town center located in the pulse of downtown Seattle.”

The civic campus is mostly between Yesler Way, James Street, Sixth Avenue and Second Avenue.

It also includes King County Courthouse at 516 Third Ave., King County Administration Building at 500 Fourth Ave., King County Correctional Facility at 500 Fifth Ave., the Chinook Building at 401 Fourth Ave., Goat Hill Garage, the Yesler Building at 400 Yesler Way and King Street Center at 201 S. Jackson Place. King Street Center is outside the cluster.

King County wants a master plan for what could become a ‘next generation high-density town center’ in downtown Seattle.
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January 18, 2018

Former bank building sells for $12.4M, with new hotel likely

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A mostly vacant former bank building at 1405 Fifth Ave. sold last week for $12.4 million, according to King County records. The new buyer is 1405 Fifth & Union Associates LLC, which is associated with Masterworks Development Corp., a New York-based hotel developer.

Public records also indicate that a second Masterworks LLC has signed a 100-year ground lease for the neighboring property to the north, at 1409 Fifth, where Turgeon Raine jewelers is located.

Masterworks both develops and owns hotels. Among its brands is Club Quarters, a boutique chain oriented toward business travelers. It has locations in London, New York, Chicago, San Francisco and other markets — but not Seattle.







The possible hotel would share the block with the Motif Seattle hotel, a former office building, which rises above the bank and jewelry buildings.


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Website says 'coming summer 2018'.
They're going to have to speed it up. Appears to be totally gutted.



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January 29, 2018

Proposed First & Pike hotel loses twist, adds setback

By BRIAN MILLER
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The owners of the Green Tortoise Hostel building, at 103 Pike St., will show their revised plans next week for a 14-story hotel overlooking Pike Place Market. It would replace the 1897 hostel, also called the Hahn Building, which is not a landmark.

Last October, Ankrom Moisan Architects presented a twisted-mass proposal that would pivot the upper glass facade slightly to the south over the lower masonry podium. That idea was not rejected by the design review board. However the board opposed the proposed departure from setback requirements facing First, which the pivot design entailed.

The new pivot-free design is more conventional, with more setbacks on First, beginning above the second floor level, and more masonry cladding on Pike.

As viewed from the northwest, the hotel would have an 11-foot setback facing First above its podium. The entire second floor would be a bar and restaurant.

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January 19, 2018

Vance Building sells for $43M

By BRIAN MILLER
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An entity of New York-based Brickman bought the Joseph Vance Building, at 1402 Third Ave., for $43.3 million, according to King County records.

Brickman is a privately-held real estate investor and operator.

The seller is RSGF Vance Building LLC, a fund led by New York-based Jonathan Rose Cos. It acquired the 14-story building on the northeast corner of Third and Union Street in 2006 for a little over $23 million.

The well-located Vance Building has operable windows and a Walk Score of 99.
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