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September 3, 2015

Vulcan shows plan for Westlake & Denny

Images courtesy of Vulcan Real Estate [enlarge]

Vulcan Real Estate is going through design review for an 18-story office building with almost 400,000 square feet and a 41-story residential tower with 464 units at Denny Way and Westlake Avenue North.

The complex will be adjacent to Denny Park, on a full block that is also bordered by Ninth Avenue North and John Street. The block is bisected by a public alley right-of-way.

The team is targeting LEED gold, according to the proposal Vulcan filed for a design review meeting this week.

The residential tower will be at 110 Ninth Ave N. The address for the office building is 111 Westlake Ave N. About 28,000 square feet of retail is planned along Westlake and Denny, and the alley. There also will be a retail pavillion with covered public open space at the southwest corner of the site.

The developer is asking the city for a subterranean alley vacation to consolidate 848 parking stalls as well as loading and service functions below grade, with vehicle access from John Street.

ZGF Architects is doing master planning for the project and architectural design for the office building. Hewitt is doing the site planning, and the landscape and hardscape design. Ankrom Moisan Architects is doing design for the residential tower. Coughlin Porter Lundeen is the civil and structural engineer and Glumac is the mechanical engineer. Sparling, a Stantec Compan,y is the electrical engineer and acoustical designer.

The South Lake Union Discovery Center is on the site now and will be moved to another property.

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