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October 12, 2015

Palladian Hotel

Photos by Tim Rice Architectural Photography [enlarge]

Palladian Hotel has opened in Seattle's Belltown neighborhood at 2000 Second Ave.

The century-old brick building began life as the Calhoun Hotel, and was later turned into apartments. An extensive 18-month remodel transformed the 60,000-square-foot space back into a hotel, with 97 guest rooms.

The hotel also has meeting space, a fitness room, the Pennyroyal whiskey bar and lounge, and a 65-seat Shaker + Spear restaurant.

Work was done to bring the building up to modern code, including installation of seismic braces.

Owner: Shemiran Trade

Manager: Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants

Owner's representative: Trainor Management

Architects: Gensler, Graham Baba Architects

Contractor: JTM Construction

Interior design: Nicole Hollis

Structural engineer: CPL

Major subcontractors: Holaday-Parks (mechanical), Auburn Mechanical (plumbing), Fire Sprinklers Inc., Precision Electric.


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