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December 11, 2017
Block 41, a party and event space, has opened in a former warehouse at 115 Bell St. in Seattle's Belltown neighborhood.
The 15,000-square-foot building has three indoor event spaces on two levels and a courtyard. It can accommodate more than 800 people.
Renovation took over a year to complete. The building was gutted, saving what materials could be preserved. A new HVAC system, two kitchens, restrooms, and state-of-the-art audio-visual system were added.
Several local artists designed elements such as the metal courtyard gate and the entry chandelier, as well as leather wrappings to cover the scuffed wooden columns.
More information is at http://www.block41.com .
Owner: Daniel Temkin
General manager: Lisa Hoonan
Architect: Graham Baba Architects
General contractor: Wilcox Construction
Lighting design: Tom Sturge
Artists: Stephen Hirt, Meg Bye
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