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Downtown Bellevue Development
March 14, 2013
Construction crane flock headed back to Bellevue?
Developers, lenders cautious without
High-income city faces a shortage of affordable housing
Bellevues challenge: increasing economic growth and livability
Desire for urban living makes downtown Bellevue hot
1. Marriott Hotel (building permit)
200 110th Ave. N.E.
7,500 square feet of restaurant
440 parking stalls
Developer: White/Peterman Properties
2. Bellevue Park II Apartments (building permit)
10203 N.E. First St.
10,400 square feet of retail/commercial
Four levels of below-grade parking with 213 stalls
Developer: Bellevue Park II LLC
3. Bellevue Apartments (building permit)
204 111th Ave. N.E.
23 parking stalls
Developer: Low Income Housing Institute
4. Bellevue at Main Street (building permit)
15 Bellevue Way S.E.
33,000 square feet of retail/commercial
475 parking stalls
Developer: SRM Development
5. Alley 111 (building permit)
11011 N.E. Ninth St.
259 residential units
76,200 square feet of retail/restaurant
Underground parking with 247 spaces
Developer: Skanska USA Commercial Development
6. Alamo Manhattan Main Street (building permit)
10505 Main St.
260 residential units
7,000 square feet of retail at ground level
319 underground parking spaces
Developer: Alamo Manhattan Main Street LLC
7. Lincoln Square expansion (building permit)
410 Bellevue Way N.E.
120 hotel rooms
545,000 square feet of office
392,000 square feet of retail
Developer: Kemper Development
8. Bellevue Center (land use approval)
10833 N.E. Eighth St.
526,132 square feet of office
1,258 underground parking spaces
8,500 square feet of restaurant
2,500 square feet of retail
Nearly 2 acres of landscaped plaza
Developer: Beacon Capital Partners
9. Main Street Gateway (land use approval)
10328 Main St.
16,600 square feet of retail
5,000 square feet of restaurant
Developer: Vander Hoek Corp.
10. Pacific Regent Phase II (re-vesting land use approval)
919 109th Ave. N.E.
22-story senior housing/congregate care community
206 parking stalls
Developer: Sunrise Senior Living
1. Bellevue Regional Library parking garage
1111 110th Ave. N.E.
Three levels (one below grade)
250 parking stalls
108,000 square feet
Developer: King County Library System
2. Soma Towers Phase I
200 106th Ave. N.E.
Two towers, 21 and 18 stories
266 residential units, including 34 affordable units
26,000 square feet of retail
395 parking spaces in five levels
Developer: Su Development
3. Park Metro
11017 N.E. 12th St.
35,000 square feet of pedestrian-oriented frontage
111 parking spaces
Developer: Evergreen Point Development
Issued Land Use and Building Permits
1. Tateuchi Center
855 106th Ave. N.E.
2,047-seat performance hall
Three levels of underground parking
Developer: Performing Arts Center Eastside
2. The Summit Building C
320 108th Ave. N.E.
300,000 square feet of office
652 parking stalls
Developer: Bentall Kennedy
In the Pipeline
1. 415 Office Building
415 106th Ave. N.E.
Up to 22 stories
Up to 450,000 square feet of office
Developer: Schnitzer Northwest
1001 106th Ave. N.E.
500-unit multifamily complex
23- and six-story towers
11,700 square feet of retail
594 parking stalls
701 Bellevue Way N.E.
Two residential towers over a three-story podium
168 units in each tower
7,800 square feet of restaurant
240,000 square feet of retail
55,000 square feet of common area
1,820 parking spaces in five underground levels
Developer: Kemper Development
1025 103rd Ave. N.E.
Two levels of underground parking
Developer: HSL Properties
10605 N.E. Eighth St.
560,000 square feet of office
Retail and pedestrian-oriented base
Seven levels of underground parking
Building will be 370 to 450 feet tall
Developer: Rockefeller Development Corp.
Special section team
Section editor: Benjamin Minnick
Section design: Jeffrey Miller
Web design: Lisa Lannigan
Advertising: Matt Brown
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