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A Special Feature of DJC.COM
December 1, 2005
Project team


Developer:
Kemper Development Co., Bellevue

Architect:
Sclater Partners Architects, Seattle

General contractor:
Skanska, Seattle

Structural engineer:
ABKJ, Seattle

Civil engineer:
KPFF Consulting Engineers, Seattle

Geotechnical engineer:
Hart Crowser, Seattle

Electrical engineer:
Sparling, Seattle

Electrical design-build:
Valley Electric, Everett

Mechanical design-build:
MacDonald Miller, Seattle

Landscape:
Atelier, Seattle

Interiors:
Susan Marinello Interiors, Seattle

Building envelope:
Morrison Hershfield, Bellevue

Acoustics:
SSA Acoustics, Seattle

Lighting:
Candela, Seattle


photo
Photo courtesy of Sclater Partners


Fast facts



Location:
Northeast Eighth Street and Bellevue Way, Bellevue

Size:
1.4 million square feet

Cost:
$500 million

Retail/restaurants:
• 310,000 square feet, opened Nov. 1
• 16-screen theater opens Dec. 9
• Tenants include Maggiano’s Little Italy, McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant, Trader Vic’s, Lincoln Square Cinemas, The Parlor Billiards & Spirits, Paper Source, The Container Store, Thomasville Home Furnishings, Tully’s Coffee, U.S. Bank and Vino 100. Cypress lounge and Manzana Rotisserie Grill are in the hotel.

Hotel/condo tower:
• 42 stories
• 337-room Westin Bellevue (opened Nov. 1)
• 148 condos on 22 floors (opening in January)

Office tower:
• 29 stories
• 525,000 square feet
• Planned for 2007

Parking:
1,700-vehicle garage on five levels

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Photo courtesy of Kemper Development
The Lincoln Square atrium features a 65-foot-tall waterfall.
Feature Stories

"Solving the puzzle of Lincoln Square"
How do you build a project with so many components? Piece by piece
By DAVE HARRISON and FRANK YOUNG
Skanska USA Building


"Seven years down, two to go"
Marathon project faced two building codes
and an untested structural design

By DENNIS BAERWALD
ABKJ



"5 questions for Kemper Freeman Jr."
Kemper Freeman Jr. is chairman and CEO of Kemper Development Co.,
owner and developer of Lincoln Square.





"Redesign jump-starts a stalled project"
Swapping offices for retail meant rethinking old plans
By ALAN SCLATER
Sclater Partners Architects



List of Advertisers:

Andersen Bjornstad Kane Jacobs, Inc (www.abkj.com)

Cadman, Inc. (www.cadman.com)

Sclater Partners Architects, PC (www.sclaterpartners.com)


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