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February 9, 2015
Stadium Place mixed-use apartment complex in Seattle's Pioneer Square neighborhood has won a number of awards since it opened last year.
Pillar Properties in partnership with Daniels Real Estate developed the project, which is on the north edge of the CenturyLink Field parking lot.
JTM Construction was the contractor. ZGF Architects designed the shell and core and public space and was the landscape architect. Ankrom Moisan Architects designed the units.
The 675,000-square-foot complex has two apartment towers — The Nolo and The Wave — that share a podium filled with retail and parking.
The 26-story Wave has 333 units and is 85 percent leased. Nolo, a 11-story building with 163 units, is 98 percent leased, according to Pillar Properties.
ZGF said in a press release that Stadium Place received these honors: best new high-rise development from Multi-Housing News; multi-family high-rise development of the year from NAIOP; a merit award for the best office, retail or mixed-used project from Engineering News-Record Northwest; and a residential merit award from the Masonry Institute of Washington.
ZGF said Stadium Place is the centerpiece of the North Lot Development, a mixed-use project that will also have office and hotel space.
The Stadium Place project team also included Coughlin Porter Lundeen, structural and civil engineer; Holaday-Parks, mechanical engineer; Nelson Electric, electrical engineer and lighting; Auburn Mechanical, plumbing; Sparling, acoustics; Lerch Bates, elevator; Morrison Hershfield, envelope consultant; GeoEngineers, geotechnical/soils; and Patriot Fire Protection.
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