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Old Posted Feb 4, 2019, 4:48 PM
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Totally agree - not too inspired. The strip center has Nibbana Thai Restaurant in it. I'm hoping the 600'ers being proposed by Onni are a bit more adventurous looking (wouldn't take much!)
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The calm activity before the impending storm in a few years. (Sorry about the photobucket watermarks...need to switch).

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600 feet with 43 floors.

https://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/...-bellevue.html
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This would put Bellevue at (5) planned 600' towers with another three or so in the rumor mill. The new LINK station will be getting quite the workout moving people to/from Seattle with that influx of new workers and residents in DT Bellevue.



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I think if these move forward also, it would make Washington only the 8th state to have at least two cities with buildings over 600 feet. The others being California, Texas, Oklahoma, Florida, Ohio, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
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Make it seven...those dark red buildings to the right in the image have been clarified to two at 600' and one at 500'.

https://permitsearch.mybuildingpermi...%20LP/Bellevue
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Old Posted Jul 9, 2019, 3:22 PM
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Details about Amazon's Bellevue 600 project revealed in public records

By Ashley Stewart – Staff Writer, Puget Sound Business Journal
Jul 8, 2019, 4:43pm EDT

The project could include a second tower, contain at least 885,000 square feet of office space and is intended to create a 18-hour urban center downtown, according to a preapplication filed with the city.
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Update on the proposal that used to be called "Elev8"

It is now called Cloudvue 10855 NE 8th St

https://permitsearch.mybuildingpermi...%20LP/Bellevue

"We are proposing a three-tower development over a continuous below grade garage with depressed mid-block that will provide garage and loading dock access. The develop is intended to be mixed use. Two towers will be office only and one tower is residential with a potential hotel at the base. The podium of all three towers will contain retail elements. Tower 1 (west) and Tower 2 (south) will both extend to 600 feet. The eastern tower will extend to the tallest height that our remaining FAR will allow which is approximately 500 feet. In total, the project is planned for approximately 1.5M sf of office, 440 residential units and 285 hotel rooms.
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Sound Transit - Seattle to Bellevue/Redmond Link

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From todays DJC.

https://www.djc.com/news/co/12123789.html

July 24, 2019

Crews lay down track atop I-90 floating bridge

By BENJAMIN MINNICK
Journal Construction Editor

Crews have installed one of the eight specialized track sections that will allow light rail trains to cross the Interstate 90 floating bridge.

The 43-foot-long sections — called track bridges — will carry rail from the fixed ends of the Homer M. Hadley bridge to its floating part. They were designed to move with the bridge, which can flex in six different directions.

“This has not been done anywhere else in the world,” said John Sleavin, deputy project director in charge of final design at Sound Transit, during a Tuesday media tour of the bridge.

Laying track on a floating bridge has additional challenges other than the transitions, such as movement of the rail on the floating section, the weight of the system and isolating electrical current that runs in the rails.

Special isolators are used on the track bridges to keep electrical current from reaching the main bridge.






Nearly 9,000 light-weight concrete blocks support the track across the main bridge.
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Project is currently called "Avenue" or "Avenue Bellevue". An Intercontinental Hotel is said to be anchoring and report of recent fences on site.

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Link to blog here which also includes interior renderings
https://downtownbellevue.com/2019/01...llevue-condos/
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Bosa Project 2

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Design review application is in for Bosa's follow up to One88. Nothing particularly interesting in the packet besides a tentative 2020 start date. This building replaces the former Sushi Maru restaurant on the SE corner of the Safeway block.

https://bellevuewa.gov/sites/default...-118878-LD.pdf

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Actually in Redmond. Just released drone photos of Microsoft campus redevelopment.

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  • The central pit is about 3-4 levels below ground.
  • Soil removal occurs early in the morning before business hours and late at night after most people have gone home. It is not uncommon to see lines of trucks hauling dirt on 156th Ave NE outbound and empty trucks inbound.



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View towards Microsoft West Campus, Redmond Technology Center Park & Ride and SR520:




Bonus Shot of Overlake Village Densification & Downtown Bellevue:

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Some updates from the other side of the lake...

Spring District

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Updated view from Downtown Bellevue:
March 22, 2019
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Wright Runstad has filed (link) to build a three-story "retail and bike plaza" between 120th Avenue and the west entrance for the light rail station. It includes 350-450 underground bike stalls with 24-hour access and a keycard system. Also three retail spaces that face a small plaza outside the station!

Compared to the monstrosity that is the garage above Capitol Hill Station, this is leagues ahead of what Seattle is thinking of.













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Vulcan is proposing a three phased office project in Downtown Bellevue along 106th between NE 2nd and Main Street. Pure speculation but this project has Amazon written all over it.




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