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April 13, 2009

Salmon Bay Landing

Salmon Bay Landing, the first completed project in a three-building development, was finished in November at 2320 W. Commodore Way in Seattle’s Magnolia neighborhood.

The 34,500-square-foot office condominium has three stories above a level of on-grade parking for 79 vehicles. The building can accommodate up to 11 units.

Salmon Bay Landing’s open floor plan allows natural daylight to reach through the building. Other green features include recycled building materials, a high-efficiency HVAC system, and nontoxic paints, flooring and construction adhesives.

The lobby walls and entryway include an installation of reclaimed cedar that once provided tie-ups for halibut boats in the ship canal 200 feet away. The site was previously the Marco shipyard.

Owner: Salmon Bay Landing LLC, Seattle

Architect: Stuart Silk Architects, Seattle

General contractor: Schuchart Corp., Seattle

Structural/civil engineer: KPFF Consulting Engineers, Seattle

Mechanical engineer: MacDonald-Miller, Seattle

Electrical engineer: PRS Engineering, Seattle

Geotechnical/environmental engineer: Hart Crowser, Seattle

Envelope engineer: BEE Consulting Engineers, Edmonds

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