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April 17, 2017

City OKs design for Selig's 2031 Third, which will combine WeWork, WeLive

By BRIAN MILLER
Journal staff reporter

Image by Studio216 for Perkins + Will [enlarge]
Office tenants and residents will be able to socialize in this conservatory on the top floors of the 36-story tower.

The city has granted design approval with minor conditions for the 36-story office and apartment tower Martin Selig has proposed at 2031 Third Ave.

The project has also been given a determination of non-significance, also with minor conditions. No environmental impact statement is required, which clears the way to a master use permit application for the tower.

The site is at Third and Lenora Street in Belltown.

Last September, Selig announced he had signed sister companies WeWork and WeLive as the main tenants in the 550,000-square-foot building. The New York-based company offers both office space and housing. Members can rent individual and shared office space in several U.S. and international cities with short- and long-term leases. Apartments, often furnished, are available on flexible terms.

Third & Lenora, as Selig currently calls the tower, will have about 176,500 square feet of office space, 13 hotel rooms, 352 apartments and 5,477 square feet of ground floor retail. Parking for 221 vehicles will be on five levels below grade.

Selig bought the 19,440-square-foot site three years ago for about $16.8 million.

Perkins + Will is the architect, Lease Crutcher Lewis is the general contractor and KPFF Consulting Engineers is the structural engineer.

No start date has been announced for the project.


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