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September 10, 2019
A third residential tower has always been planned at Stadium Place, on the full block at 201 S. King St., just north of CenturyLink Field.
The podium and first two towers, designed by ZGF Architects and Ankrom Moisan, were completed in phases from 2013 to 2014. The entire project went through permitting and design review before that.
The 20-story North Tower will be presented for an update to the Pioneer Square Preservation Board's architectural review committee at 9 a.m. Wednesday at City Hall, 600 Fourth Ave., Room L280.
Ankrom Moisan will represent owner Pillar Properties. The meeting will focus mainly on the podium, that area of which now has 28 apartments and retail. (Most of the podium on its south side, facing CenturyLink Field, is used for parking.)
The North Tower will rise 16 stories above the four-story podium on the northeast corner of the block (at Stadium Place South), roughly above the restaurant Girin. Condominiums were originally planned for the north tower; current plans indicate 206 residential units. A condominium prohibition sale agreement is mentioned, but couldn't immediately be found in county records.
The 20th floor would have decks, a covered lounge area and other amenities. Terraces are also indicated on the fifth floor.
The North Tower will be north of the 26-story Wave and east of the 11-story Nolo. Those have around 492 units combined. All the apartments and retail have access to the same structured parking garage, along with the general public.
The North Tower team also includes PCL Construction, general contractor; CPL, structural engineer; Rushing, MEP engineer; and Hewitt, landscape architect.
No start date has been announced.
Brian Miller can be reached by email at email@example.com or by phone at (206) 219-6517.