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  1. SEATTLE | Denny Centre (2014 Fairview Ave) | 41 stories | 440 feet | 134 meters

    Seattle
    400,000 SF of residential space divided into 450 units. http://web6.seattle.gov/dpd/edms/GetDocument.aspx?src=EDMS&id=2222842 ZGF Cotter is the architect.
  2. SEATTLE | 4/C (701 4th Ave) | 93 Stories | 1,029 feet | 314 m

    Seattle
    Project details: Owner/Developer : Crescent Heights Architect : LMN Uses: Retail - 30,000 sf Office - 160,000 sf Residential - 1,020,000 sf TOTAL - 1,210,000 sf 840 units with 400 parking spaces. Demolition of all existing structures (from Cherry to Columbia along 4th) They might be calling...
  3. SEATTLE | BB6 | 134m x 2 | 440 ft x 2 | 41 fl x 2 | Pro

    Proposed Highrises
    We knew this was coming based on a tower spacing letter that was sent to the city on behalf of this development team. Here is our first glimpse coming to us from a site plan: http://web6.seattle.gov/dpd/edms/GetDocument.aspx?src=WorkingDocs&id=348618 "40 story tower consisting of 332...
  4. SEATTLE | 1925 3rd Ave. | 133m | 440 ft | 40 fl | Pro

    Proposed Highrises
    Development deja vu: Selig plans another high-rise project in downtown Seattle Apr 8, 2015, 6:31am PDT Marc Stiles Staff Writer- Puget Sound Business Journal In February, Martin Selig Real Estate quietly paid $6.5 million for a small Seattle parking garage on Third Avenue across the street...
  5. SEATTLE | Seattle House (2300 6th Ave) | Two towers | 41 Stories | 440 ft | 134 m

    Seattle
    Given that almost everything runs up to the limit, we can probably guess that this will be 440' but no confirmation on that yet. We knew this was coming based on a tower spacing letter that was sent to the city on behalf of this development team. Here is our first glimpse coming to us from a...
  6. SEATTLE | 1901 Minor Ave | 134m x 2 | 440ft x 2 | 39 fl x 2 | Pro

    Proposed Highrises
    Design - round 1: http://web6.seattle.gov/dpd/edms/GetDocument.aspx?src=WorkingDocs&id=342932 Cresent Heights of Miami is proposing 2 towers with a total of 600 apartments and ground floor retail in the fast growing Denny Triangle neighborhood near Amazon.com's HQ.
  7. SEATTLE | Crescent Heights Twins (1901 Minor Ave) | Two towers | 39 stories | 440 feet x 2 | 134 m x 2

    Seattle
    Design - round 1: http://web6.seattle.gov/dpd/edms/GetDocument.aspx?src=WorkingDocs&id=342932
  8. SEATTLE | 1933 5th | 50 fl | Pro

    Proposed Highrises
    "637,700 sf, 50-story mixed use building with 360 residential units & 155 hotel rooms with 200 parking spaces." - Site photo doc "Retail/Restaurant - 35,000; Hotel and Residential - 560,000; Parking - 130,000; 725,000 total. 400 dwelling units proposed. 325 parking spaces proposed. On-street...
  9. SEATTLE | 2301 7th | 134m x 2 | 440ft x 2 | 40 fl x 2 | Pro

    Proposed Highrises
    Clise and Graphite Design Group have filed the following description of their plans for this half block with the city: "Construct a mixed use building with approximately 21,000 sf of ground floor retail, 320 parking stalls above grade on 4 floors below approximately 181,000 sf commercial office...
  10. Maps of Seattle and the Puget Sound region

    Seattle
    Surprisingly, it seems this forum doesn't have a dedicated maps thread. I'll be posting any maps (historical, current and future) I come across. From a few weeks ago: I went down to the Seattle Central Library and requested high-resolution scans of the first four Bogue Plan maps. Such a...
  11. SEATTLE | Kiara (970 Denny Way) | 40 Stories | 435 Feet | 132 Meters

    Seattle
    Initial Design Proposal: http://web6.seattle.gov/dpd/edms/GetDocument.aspx?src=WorkingDocs&id=294327 500 units, parking for 400.
  12. SEATTLE | 3rd and Lenora | 134m | 440ft | 36 fl | U/C

    Highrises
    3rd and Lenora | 440' | 36 Stories Martin Selig Real Estate on Tuesday unveiled early plans for a 440-foot-tall residential and office tower in downtown Seattle on a quarter block that the company bought last week. The Seattle-based company paid nearly $16.9 million for the property at the...
  13. SEATTLE | Selig Project (3rd and Lenora) | 36 Stories | 440 feet | 134 meters

    Seattle
    Martin Selig Real Estate on Tuesday unveiled early plans for a 440-foot-tall residential and office tower in downtown Seattle on a quarter block that the company bought last week. The Seattle-based company paid nearly $16.9 million for the property at the northwest corner of Third Avenue and...
  14. SEATTLE | Tower 12 | 118m | 368ft | 35 fl | Com

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    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Another 440' tower starting soon!
  15. SEATTLE | AMLI Arc Tower (1812 Boren; informally, "Tilt 49") | 40 stories | 440 feet

    Seattle
    And another one I haven't seen a thread for, unless I missed it. Seriously, this is getting to the point where it's like NY or Chicago where there's not much point in trying to keep track of every project, because there's just too many of them. :nuts: 1812 Boren (Tilt 49)
  16. SEATTLE | AMLI Arc Tower - Tilt 49 | 135m | 442ft | 37 fl | Com

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    1812 Boren 1812 Boren by dr, on Flickr 1812 Boren by dr, on Flickr 1812 Boren by dr, on Flickr 1812 Boren by dr, on Flickr 1812 Boren by dr, on Flickr 1812 Boren by dr, on Flickr 1812 Boren by dr, on Flickr 1812 Boren by dr, on Flickr 1812 Boren by dr, on Flickr 1812 Boren by...
  17. SEATTLE | 110 9th Ave N. | 134m | 440ft | 41 fl | Pro

    Proposed Highrises
    111 9th Avenue, Denny and Westlake Avenues by deanruffner, on Flickr
  18. SEATTLE | The Emerald (1613 Second Ave) | 39 Stories | 434 ft | 132 m

    Seattle
    "The proposed structure would be a 400’ residential tower over 1613 2nd Ave with 5 below grade and 4 levels of parking above level 1. The proposal would seek a maximum height through affordable housing incentives. The proposal is seeking development rights over the adjacent structure at 1601...
  19. SEATTLE | Altitude Hotel and Residences (1903 Fifth Ave) | 57 Stories | 579 feet

    Seattle
    Stanford Hotels Corp. is paying an eye-popping price of $16.75 million for a downtown Seattle development site, according to a court ruling. The price that Stanford is paying for the nearly one-third acre surface parking lot at Fifth Avenue and Stewart Street is almost twice as much as what...
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