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May 21, 2021

Private Building $5 Million To $20 Million

Photo from W.G. Clark Construction
The waterfront center is a 26,299-square-foot, wood-framed building featuring a glass curtain wall facing Puget Sound.

Edmonds Waterfront Center

Location: Edmonds

General contractor: W.G. Clark Construction

The Edmonds Waterfront Center project required demolition of the 55-year-old Edmonds Senior Center and new construction of the reimagined community center built on the Edmonds waterfront. The two-story, 26,299-square-foot, wood-framed building features a building-height glass curtain wall facing Puget Sound. The city of Edmonds has a land lease with the senior center, and it is thanks to this public-private partnership, and the help of thousands of generous donors from the local community, that the project was able to go forward on the existing waterfront site. The LEED gold, fossil-fuel-free facility was built concurrently with the city’s adjacent waterfront redevelopment project, timed to finish together. The interior showcases art and artifacts from the Coast Salish tribes, honoring the region’s indigenous history and the sacred ground on which the building sits. The center includes a lounge, a wellness clinic with exam rooms, flexible meeting and event space, administrative offices and commercial kitchens.

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