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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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Old Posted Jan 5, 2018, 5:43 AM
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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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