The updated design for Shilla Tower will head to the DRB for its second EDG next Tuesday, April 18th. This new preferred design features a taller tower, a car lift and an “abraded” facade that will break up the building's mass in a variety of sizes and locations, carving out unique opportunities for public spaces and amenities.
The Northwest EcoBuilding Guild recently published a case study on The Emerald Star, the first building in Seattle to achieve Built Green’s new Emerald Star rating. Check out the features of this net-positive home!
Plans for 2121 Fifth Ave. have changed and you can read more about these exciting new updates in today's DJC. We will present the new design for 2121 Fifth Ave. on Tuesday, Jan. 3 at 5:30 PM at City Hall, 600 Fifth Ave., Room L2-80.
Next Tuesday, October 18th, we will present plans for a new mixed-use building in Seattle's Atlantic neighborhood to the Design Review Board for early guidance. The proposed development, in association with Chong & Co., will include 100 residential units with five residential units at ground level, 5,840 SF of retail space, below-grade parking, bike storage and a rooftop amenity space. Other notable features include a green roof with resident access, a rooftop solar panel array and a large plaza encouraging pedestrian activities.
Next Monday, October 17th, we will present to the Design Review Board our design for the 5512 17th Ave. NW project in Ballard. Learn more about how this exciting new project will provide a variety of residential, retail and live/work spaces for the Ballard community.
After receiving a positive reception at the Early Design Guidance Review Board, we are excited to see our 121 15th Ave. project, in collaboration with Isola Homes, get the green light to move forward. You can read more about the project here.