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March 20, 2014

Holland tops out Pine tower

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Premiere on Pine will open in November with 386 apartments and a restaurant.

Holland Development today expects to top out its 42-story apartment tower at 815 Pine St. it recently named Premiere on Pine.

The project will open in November with 386 apartments and a 3,400-square-foot restaurant. Units will range from 500-square-foot studios to 1,500-square-foot penthouses. There also will be one-, two- and three-bedroom units. Holland wouldn't say what the rents would be or who the restaurant tenant is.

Building features will include a revolving entry door with doorman and concierge on the ground floor, event space with a catering kitchen and bar, a theater room, fitness and yoga space, a conference room, and a terrace and lounge on the 40th floor. The terrace will have built-in barbecues and an outdoor dining area. The lounge will have a pool table, shuffleboard, kitchen and audio-visual system.

At 440 feet tall, Premiere on Pine will join Aspira and Fifteen Twenty-One Second Avenue as the tallest residential towers in downtown Seattle, according to the Premiere's structural engineer Cary Kopczynski & Co.

(Editor's note: This story has been updated to reflect that Premiere on Pine will be one of the tallest residential towers in downtown Seattle.)

Kopczynski specified 15,000-psi concrete for the project, which allows for smaller shear walls and columns than typical towers of this size. The smaller walls and columns result in more usable space inside the 488,200-square-foot building.

Weber Thompson is the architect and Holland Construction the general contractor. Other team members are Susan Marinello Interiors and Holland Residential (property manager).

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