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Seattle Buildings UC/Planned 150' or taller


Under Construction - Update: Feb 22, 2018
  1. Amazon Block 20 --------------------------------------------------- ~500ft
  2. 210 Wall ----------------------------------------------------------- ~270ft
  3. 250 S. King St #1 ------------------------------------------------- ~200ft
  4. 250 S. King St #2 ------------------------------------------------- ~200ft
  5. 333 Dexter (SLU) --------------------------------------------- #1 - ~200ft
  6. 333 Dexter (SLU) --------------------------------------------- #2 - ~200ft
  7. 425 Fairview (SLU) ------------------------------------------------- ~270ft
  8. 620 Terry (First Hill) ----------------------------------------------- ~250ft
  9. 808 Howell (Hedreen) ---------------------------------------------- ~500ft
  10. 811 5th Ave/The Mark --------------------------------------------- ~660ft
  11. 970 Denny (SLU) -------------------------------------------------- ~440ft
  12. 1120 Denny Wy / Onni-1 - (SLU) #1 -------------------------------- ~420ft
  13. 1120 Denny Wy / Onni-1 - (SLU) #2 -------------------------------- ~420ft
  14. 1201 2nd (2&U) ---------------------------------------------------- ~520ft
  15. 1430 2nd Ave/2nd and Pike (West Edge Tower) ---------------------- ~440ft
  16. 1608 2nd ---------------------------------------------------------- ~160ft
  17. 1613 2nd (Emerald) ------------------------------------------------ ~440ft
  18. 1806 Minor/1200 Howell (Nexus) ------------------------------------ ~440ft
  19. 1920 Terry (Children's Hospital Research) --------------------------- ~200ft
  20. 2031 3rd Ave (Selig) ----------------------------------------------- ~440ft
  21. 2101 9th Ave (Stratus) --------------------------------------------- ~440ft
  22. 2116 4th Ave (Potala) ---------------------------------------------- ~440ft
  23. 2200 7th (Amazon Block 21) --------------------------------------- ~360ft
  24. 2202 8th Ave (McKenzie Apt. / Clise) ------------------------------- ~440ft
  25. 2401 3rd Ave ----------------------------------------------------- ~180ft
  26. Madison & Broadway (First Hill) ------------------------------------- ~190ft
  27. Madison & Minor (First Hill) ----------------------------------------- ~200ft
  28. Vulcan on Valley (SLU) (office/res.) ---------------------------- #1 - ~160ft
  29. Vulcan on Valley (SLU) ---------------------------------------- #2 - ~160ft
  30. Vulcan on Valley (SLU) ---------------------------------------- #3 - ~160ft

Pre-Prep Demo/Site Prep - Update: Feb 27, 2018
  1. 300 Terry ---------------------------------------------------------- ~170ft
  2. 1200 Stewart ------------------------------------------------- #1 - ~440ft
  3. 1200 Stewart ------------------------------------------------- #2 - ~440ft
  4. 1301 5th Ave/Rainier Tower II -------------------------------------- ~800ft


Approved/Proposed - Update: Feb 16, 2018
  1. 427 9th N (SLU) --------------------------------------------------- ~290ft
  2. 600 Wall (Clise) ---------------------------------------------------- ~440ft
  3. 802 Pine St. ------------------------------------------------------- ~500ft
  4. 901 Harrison (SLU) ------------------------------------------------- ~280ft
  5. 1933 5th ---------------------------------------------------------- ~500ft
  6. 2014 Fairview (Denny Centre) -------------------------------------- ~440ft
  7. 2300 6th (Antioch) ------------------------------------------- #1 - ~440ft
  8. 2300 6th (Antioch) ------------------------------------------- #2 - ~440ft
  9. 2301 7th (Clise) ---------------------------------------------- #1 - ~440ft
  10. 2301 7th (Clise) ---------------------------------------------- #2 - ~440ft


Proposed/In Flux - Update: Feb 27, 2018
  1. 110 9th Ave N. (SLU) ---------------------------------------------- ~440ft
  2. 601 4th Ave/4th & Cherry (Civic Sq.) ------------------------------- ~600ft
  3. 801 3rd Ave (Urban Visions) ---------------------------------------- ~300ft
  4. 1015 2nd Ave/Old Federal Reserve (Selig) ------------------- ~660ft > ~150ft
  5. 1120 John St. Onni-2 - (SLU) ---------------------------------- #1 - ~300ft
  6. 1120 John St. Onni-2 - (SLU) ---------------------------------- #2 - ~300ft
  7. 1121 Stewart (Daola) -------------------------------------- ~440ft > ~150ft
  8. 1931 2nd ----------------------------------------------- ~240ft > ~480ft
  9. 2000 3rd Ave ------------------------------------------------------ ~440ft


New Proposed (Brand new or previously unlisted) - Update: Feb 27, 2018
  1. 200 8th Ave --------------------------------------------------- ~290ft
  2. 314 Bell St. ---------------------------------------------------- ~300ft
  3. 400 Westlake -------------------------------------------------- ~160ft
  4. 615 8th Ave (First Hill) -------------------------------------------- ~290ft
  5. 700 Dexter #1 ------------------------------------------------- ~160ft
  6. 700 Dexter #2 ------------------------------------------------- ~160ft
  7. 715 8th Ave (First Hill) ---------------------------------------------- ~240ft
  8. 1516 2nd Ave ---------------------------------------------------- ~250ft
  9. 1916 Boren Ave (Denny) -------------------------------------------- ~480ft
  10. 2019 Boren Ave (Denny) -------------------------------------------- ~480ft
  11. 2033 4th Ave ------------------------------------------------------ ~230ft
  12. 4700 Brooklyn Ave NE (UD) ----------------------------------------- ~240ft


Old Proposed - Update: Feb 16, 2018[/B]
  1. 110 9th Ave N. --------------------------------------------------- ~180ft
  2. 111 Westlake Ave N. ---------------------------------------------- ~440ft
  3. 121 Boren Ave N. ------------------------------------------------- ~440ft
  4. 234 9th Ave ------------------------------------------------------- ~200ft
  5. 401 8th Ave N. (SLU) ---------------------------------------------- ~270ft
  6. 403 Dexter (SLU) ------------------------------------------------- ~280ft
  7. 500 Terry Ave (First Hill) ------------------------------------------- ~300ft
  8. 701 Valley (SLU) -------------------------------------------------- ~180ft
  9. 701 4th (4/C) ----------------------------------------------------- ~1000ft
  10. 707 Terry Ave ------------------------------------------------- #1 - ~330ft
  11. 707 Terry Ave ------------------------------------------------- #2 - ~330ft
  12. 800 Columbia (First Hill) -------------------------------------------- ~330ft
  13. 820 John (Denny/SLU) --------------------------------------------- ~240ft
  14. 824 Howell (Hedreen) --------------------------------------------- ~400ft
  15. 920 Olive (Res. - Conv. Cntr. Exp.) ---------------------------------- ~300ft
  16. 1001 John (SLU) --------------------------------------------------- ~440ft
  17. 1101 8th Ave. (First Hill) #1 -------------------------------------- ~300ft
  18. 1101 8th Ave. (First Hill) #2 --------------------------------------- ~300ft
  19. 1115 Columbia (Swedish First Hill) ----------------------------------- ~200ft
  20. 1200 Madison (First Hill) ------------------------------------------- ~190ft
  21. 1625 2nd ---------------------------------------------------------- ~150ft
  22. 1711 Boren (Conv. Cntr. Exp.) -------------------------------------- ~220ft
  23. 1800 Terry -------------------------------------------------------- ~350ft
  24. 1901 Minor---------------------------------------------------- #1 - ~440ft
  25. 1901 Minor --------------------------------------------------- #2 - ~440ft
  26. 1903 5th ---------------------------------------------------------- ~500ft
  27. 1925 3rd Ave (Selig) ----------------------------------------------- ~440ft
  28. 2000 3rd Ave ------------------------------------------------------ ~440ft
  29. 2005 5th Ave. ----------------------------------------------------- ~400ft
  30. 2025 5th Ave. (Vulcan) -------------------------------------------- ~400ft
  31. 2033 4th Ave. ----------------------------------------------------- ~240ft
  32. 2121 5th Ave. ----------------------------------------------------- ~190ft
  33. 2201 8th (office) -------------------------------------------------- ~370ft
  34. 2205 7th Ave. (Amazon Block 18) ----------------------------------- ~180ft
  35. 2229 6th Ave. ----------------------------------------------------- ~150ft
  36. 2300 8th Ave. (Denny Triangle) ------------------------------------ ~400ft
  37. 2302 4th Ave (Franklin Apt.) ---------------------------------------- ~320ft
  38. 2521 Western Ave ------------------------------------------------- ~160ft
  39. Minor/Boren (Swedish Office First Hill) ------------------------------ ~ 260ft


Completions (Recession/"Post"-Recession) - Update: Feb 16, 2018
  1. 204 Pine (Helios) -------------------------------------------------- ~440ft
  2. 225 Cedar (Belltown) ---------------------------------------------- ~250ft
  3. 307 Fairview/Troy Laundry (SLU) -------------------------------#1 - ~160ft
  4. 307 Fairview/Troy Laundry (SLU) -------------------------------#2 - ~160ft
  5. 311 Cedar (Alto) --------------------------------------------------- ~170ft
  6. 400 Dexter (SLU) -------------------------------------------------- ~200ft
  7. 505 Madison/Madison Centre --------------------------------------- ~520ft
  8. 737 Olive Way ----------------------------------------------------- ~450ft
  9. 802 Seneca (Cielo - First Hill) -------------------------------------- ~330ft
  10. 818 Pine (Premier on Pine) ----------------------------------------- ~440ft
  11. 888 Western Ave (The Post) --------------------------------------- ~150ft
  12. 924 Howell (Marriott) ---------------------------------------------- ~200ft
  13. 1007 Stewart (Midtown 21) ---------------------------------------- ~300ft
  14. 1200 Madison (First Hill) ------------------------------------------- ~170ft
  15. 1301 Western Ave (Cyrene} ---------------------------------------- ~150ft
  16. 1321 Seneca (First Hill - Luma) ------------------------------------ ~270ft
  17. 1812 Boren (Tilt 49) ----------------------------------------------- ~440ft
  18. 1823 Minor (Kinects Tower) ---------------------------------------- ~440ft
  19. 1918 8th Ave (office) ---------------------------------------------- ~500ft
  20. 1915 2nd Ave (Viktoria) ------------------------------------------- ~250ft
  21. 1920 4th Ave (Escala) -------------------------------------------- ~330ft
  22. 2001 8th Ave (West 8th) ------------------------------------------ ~300ft
  23. 2015 Second "Tower 12" ------------------------------------------- ~390ft
  24. 2021 7th Ave (Amazon #1 Block 14) -------------------------------- ~500ft
  25. 2025 Terry (Cornish) ---------------------------------------------- ~200ft
  26. 2030 8th Ave (Cirrus) --------------------------------------------- ~440ft
  27. 2101 7th Ave (Amazon #2 Block 19) -------------------------------- ~500ft
  28. 2105 5th Ave (The Martin) ----------------------------------------- ~240ft
  29. 2121 6th Ave (Via6) ------------------------------------------ #1 - ~240ft
  30. 2121 6th Ave (Via6) ------------------------------------------ #2 - ~240ft
  31. 2301 6th Ave #1 (Insignia) ----------------------------------------- ~440ft
  32. 2301 6th Ave #2 (Insignia) ----------------------------------------- ~440ft

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Suspicious demolition-looking activity is being reported at the 1200 Stewart St. site. Who knows if this is really "IT" (the start).

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Convention Center expansion proposal.

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http://www.djc.com/news/bu/12105199.html

October 17, 2017

$82M in public benefits for WSCC expansion

By BRIAN MILLER
Journal staff reporter

As part of the planned expansion of the Washington State Convention Center, the city and county have announced the terms for “a suite of benefits” worth some $82 million.

In a statement, Mayor Tim Burgess said, “This historic agreement will expand Seattle's wildly successful convention center while creating more open spaces in the surrounding neighborhood, safer routes for pedestrians and bicyclists, and more affordable housing.

“Thousands of hospitality industry jobs are likely to be created as a result of this project, and so our partners in labor are also launching a training program to help workers prepare for these coming jobs.”

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Civic Square proposal

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http://www.djc.com/news/re/12107214.html

January 2, 2018

Bosa to show new design for Civic Square plaza and condo tower

By BRIAN MILLER
Journal Staff Reporter

For what it calls 3rd & Cherry, Bosa is proposing a 57-story tower with about 500 condominium units, 640 underground parking spaces, 24,500 square feet of restaurants and retail, and a 27,000-square-foot public plaza.

The design is by James K.M. Cheng Architects, which is also based in Vancouver, B.C., like Bosa. The project will fill the full block between Third and Fourth avenues and Cherry and James streets, which has been a vacant pit since the Public Safety Building was demolished in 2005.

Civic Square is the block. 3rd & Cherry is the building, which will rise about 629 feet above Third. Bosa hasn't specified the overall building size yet.

Bosa is proposing a 57-story tower with about 500 condominium units, underground parking spaces, restaurants and retail, and a public plaza.
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A piece on the State hotel project:

Take a peek at restoration of the Eitel Building, soon to be the State Hotel
Lake Union Partners shows the work going into the building at Second and Pike
By [a href="https://seattle.curbed.com/authors/sarah-anne-lloyd"]Sarah Anne Lloyd | @sarahannelloyd
Feb 8, 2018, 4:18pm PST
https://seattle.curbed.com/2018/2/8/...adaptive-reuse


A rendering of what the Eitel Building will look like when completed. | Weinstein A+U, courtesy of Lake Union Partners

The Eitel Building, first completed in 1905, is on its way to a new life as the 90-room State Hotel. The building at Second and Pike, despite its location and landmark status, hasn’t been fully occupied since the 1970s.

After multiple attempts to revive the building failed, Lake Union Partners purchased the property in 2015 for $5.35 million, and got to work on the building’s restoration with architecture firm Weinstein A+U and structural engineers Coughlin Porter Lundeen.

More: https://seattle.curbed.com/2018/2/8/...adaptive-reuse
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Looks a bit like the Renaissance Center in Detroit.
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It does give a nod to the Renaissance Center in Detroit and to Peachtree in Atlanta.
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Something that I never heard of before or rumors forgotten after not hearing anything serious.

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March 1, 2018

Strong pre-sales at Koda condos

Koda is one of very few condominiums being developed in Seattle, and Realogics Sotheby's International Realty reports presales were strong at the first sales event last Saturday.

The 17-story, 203-unit complex will be built at 450 S. Main St. in the International District. Completion is set for 2020.

Realogics Sotheby's Dean Jones is handling the marketing, and said the team received deposits on 95 percent of the units. Prices range from $400,000 to more than $1.5 million.

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Blue. Just blue. The yellow section was for the installation crane.

And I was so hoping for a yellow-and-blue crane. Like "My Father's Dragon". Or the Swedish flag.





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That one is notable for being our smallest-footprint 40-story apartment yet at 8,365 sf or less than 1/5 acre. It's possible only due to a parking ratio in the 0.3 range (something like 70 spaces for 230 units in the final concept).
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Seattle buildings always have the craziest pits. It's amazing. You guys have to have some of the best shoring crews in the country.
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March 20, 2018
Chief Seattle Club plans nine-story, 80-unit Pioneer Square project
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http://www.djc.com/news/re/12109393.html

Ten years ago, after extensive renovations, the Chief Seattle Club established its permanent home in the former Monterey Hotel building at 410 Second Ave. S. Ext.


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Chief Seattle Club wants to redevelop its neighbor, the Harbor Light building. Weinstein A + U prepared the initial plan.
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Suspicious demolition-looking activity is being reported at the 1200 Stewart St. site. Who knows if this is really "IT" (the start).

2/5/18
suspicious? why? are those crews not supposed to be there?
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He didn't mean "suspicious" in that way.

1200 Stewart hasn't started yet. They're in the process of getting a revised land use permit, which takes a few months. This will add four floors to each tower (to 44 each, taking advantage of an upzone) and eliminate one level of parking below-grade.

A lot of proposed projects were 40 stories and are now going for 44 (now allowed 440' for habitable space and 484' for architecture, mechanical, and residential amenities). A smaller number were going for 50 and are now around 55 (was 550', now 605') for the same reason. These are the limits outside of a small area where there are no height limits other than FAA and FAR.
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Amazon has paused construction planning on a new downtown Seattle tower as the City Council considers a new tax on large employers to address homelessness, a company executive said Wednesday.
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I have to ask... The housing crisis all along the west coast is caused by chronic NIMBYism that has repeatedly blocked new housing for decades. What's the point of taxing businesses while continuing to block new construction? How does a tax lead to less regulation? The housing shortage is NOT due to a lack of funding!

I hate to be cynical, but this sounds like just more corruption on the part of the local governments. "Give us more money, and maybe we'll actually let you build something".
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