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May 2, 2013

24-story Viktoria tops out on 2nd

Photo by Patrick Merritt/Keller CMS [enlarge]

Harbor Urban and Goodman Real Estate have topped out the 24-story Viktoria Apartments at 1915 Second Ave. in Belltown. Crews last week poured the concrete rooftop deck.

When finished in about a year, the $92 million complex will have 249 apartments and 3,700 square feet of retail. There also will be parking for 136 vehicles on levels two through six. Apartments will be above the parking, except for two apartments on each level of the garage.

Units will range in size from 484-square-foot studios to 1,167-square-foot two-bedrooms. There will be 37 studios, 176 one-bedroom and 36 two-bedroom units. Single-bedroom units will be available in “open” and “plus” configurations.

Open units, which use a glass partition to separate the bedroom, will average 573 square feet versus 711 square feet for a standard one-bedroom unit. Plus sizes will average 856 square feet.

Residents will have a yoga studio, business center with conference room, and theater. An outdoor deck with seating and barbecues; sky lounge with party room and kitchen; and a dog run will be on the roof.

Weber Thompson is the architect and Turner Construction is the general contractor.

The design team is: Cary Kopczynski & Co., structural engineer; Hart Crowser, geotechnical engineer; KPFF, civil engineer; Rushing, mechanical and electrical engineer; Hawk Mechanical, plumbing engineer and contractor; Patriot Fire Protection, fire protection engineer and contractor; SSA Acoustics, acoustical engineer; and Morrison Hershfield, building envelope.

The construction team is: Walters & Wolf, curtain wall; MacDonald-Miller Facility Solutions, mechanical; and Holmes Electric, electrical.

Capri Capital Partners LLC is the equity partner and Real Estate Capital Partners is handling debt. Keller CMS is the construction manager.

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