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Old Posted Nov 3, 2014, 1:24 AM
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Clise Properties released new images of the 40-story, 435-unit apartment tower it is planning at 2202 Eighth Ave.

The images show an oval-shaped tower set on on a four-story podium. Project documents filed with the city said the “continous oval shape” will make the building stand out from other high rises planned in the Denny Triangle.

Retail space will be on the ground floor, and there will be underground parking for 389 vehicles and 231 bicycles.

Graphite Design Group is the architect.

A design review recommendation meeting is set for 5:30 p.m. Nov. 4 in City Hall.

Clise also filed plans with the city for an 11-story data center at 2229 Sixth Ave., on a parking lot next to Blanchard Plaza.

Graphite Design Group also is the architect for that project.

Clise was founded in 1889 and started buying land following the Great Fire. The company's website says its second-generation leader, Charles Clise, saw long-term opportunities in the Denny Triangle and began assembling properties.

Decades later that bet paid off for Clise. Since 2012, Clise has sold four blocks in the Denny Triangle to Amazon.com for nearly $260 million.
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Old Posted Nov 3, 2014, 1:26 AM
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Whoa, I like the design of this one.

But another 440 feet

Seattle is building itself a table top skyline.
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2202 8th Avenue
Seattle, WA

435 Residential Units
8,000 SF Retail
439 Parking Stalls
Client: Clise Properties
Completion: 2017

2202 8th Avenue will be a 39 story residential building on the corner of 8th Avenue and Blanchard Street. Sited at the convergence of the Denny Triangle and South Lake Union neighborhoods, the elliptical form of the building elegantly resolves the intersection of both neighborhoods’ rotated street grids. The building shape is designed to create uniform view access for the residents, while responding to the curved forms of its neighboring properties. It will offer a generous residential amenities, including a roof deck where residents will have access to views from the entire building perimeter. The elliptical form maximizes view opportunities outward for the tower’s residents, and also minimizes view and sun blockage for the residents of the neighboring condominium tower.
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I have to protect the honor of this project. The parking ratio isn't as described above, which dates to the original plan of doing condos. Now it's a more common ratio of 459 housing units and 382 parking spaces. Not aggressive but not wildly overdoing it.

Here's a set of plans from early 2015: http://web6.seattle.gov/dpd/edms/Get...DMS&id=2126318
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^^^Love how it went from a deep pit to an eight storey structure
Wow this is a great design and they did a fantastic job of integrating the balconies without ruining the shape of the structure.
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They should rename this neighborhood Amazonia, or Amazon Center or something...the residential boom in this neighborhood that has been precipitated by the construction of the Amazon buildings is utterly remarkable.
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I love the facade on this development, Seattle's urban core is really getting good.
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