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May 26, 2009
The Olive 8, completed in April, is a 39-story mixed-use tower at Eighth Avenue and Olive Way in Seattle.
The $162 million building includes a 346-room Hyatt hotel that opened in February and 229 condominiums slated to finish soon.
The hotel includes a restaurant, coffee shop, meeting space, a ballroom and fitness center.
The remaining one- and two-bedroom condos begin at $750,000 and $1.1 million. Two penthouse condos are available for $3.8 million and $7.5 million.
The project is seeking LEED silver certification. Green features include biomass heating, low-VOC finishes, low-flow plumbing fixtures and an 8,400-square-foot planted roof. More than 95 percent of the construction waste was recycled or reused.
Owner: R.C. Hedreen Co., Seattle
General contractor: JTM Construction, Seattle
Design architect: Gluckman Mayner Architects, New York
Project architect: Mulvanny G2 Architecture, Bellevue
Structural engineer: KPFF Consulting Engineers, Seattle
Mechanical/plumbing engineer: McKinstry, Seattle
Electrical engineer: Sparling, Seattle
Civil engineer: Bush, Roed & Hitchings, Seattle
Acoustics consultant: BRC Acoustics, Seattle
Energy/LEED consultant: Rushing, Seattle
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