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August 23, 2021
The Beam, at 1029 S. Jackson St., is a seven-story mixed-use building now open in the Little Saigon neighborhood of Seattle's International District.
The 270,878-square-foot building has 321 units, ground-floor commercial space, and below-grade parking for 177 vehicles and 106 bikes. Units include a mix of studio, one- and two-bedroom floor plans.
Residents can take in the city views from the sky lounge, with indoor and outdoor spaces. There is also a fitness center, courtyard, pet wash and automated parcel storage lockers.
At ground-level, The Market: Hem Anh Sang (Beam Alley) is a Vietnamese market-inspired pedestrian connection between King and Jackson streets, designed to be a hub of food, crafts and more from Vietnam and other Asian countries. The through-block passageway has 10,000 square feet of retail space, with seating and room for kiosks.
Owner: IS Property Investments LLC (Intracorp)
Architect: Tiscareno Associates
Contractor: Exxel Pacific
Geotechnical eningeer: Terracon Consultants
Civil engineer, surveyor: Bush, Roed & Hitchings
Shoring engineer: Groundsupport
Landscape architect: Nakano Associates
Structural engineer: YT Engineers
Acoustic design: A3 Acoustics
Mechanical design/build: Emerald Aire
Building envelope: JRS Engineering
Interior design: ObjectSpace
Artist (gates and columns): Hannah Pham
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