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November 12, 2015

Tower on Broadway will bring Whole Foods to Capitol Hill

Courtesy Tiscareno Associates [enlarge]

Columbia Pacific Advisors wants to begin construction in the second quarter of next year on a 16-story apartment tower and Whole Foods Market at 1001 Broadway.

The building will have 265 units, with 358 parking spaces for cars and 99 spaces for bikes. The first two floors will be a Whole Foods store, and the third floor will be offices for Whole Foods and mechanical equipment. Housing will be on floors above that, according to design review documents filed with the city.

Tiscareno Associates is designing the project, and Balfour Beatty is the general contractor.

A three-story medical office building now on the site would be demolished.

A design review recommendation meeting is set for 6:30 p.m. Nov. 18 at Seattle University, 901 12th Ave.

The project team is using several methods to break up the facade including contrasting light and dark glass panels and strips of colored stone.

The roof may have a green house, and plans call for a 2,600-square-foot outdoor plaza on the ground floor with seating and landscaping.

Columbia Pacific said on its website that it manages more than $1 billion in assets. It recently sold Verve, an apartment building at Fourth and Denny that was co-developed with HB Management, for $77.7 million.

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