Marketview Place LLC (Stellar Holdings and Seattle Properties) has shared new details for their upcoming project at 103 Pike Street. Plans call for the construction of a 14-story tower with 154 hotel rooms, one apartment, and commercial space on the first and second levels. Since the last design review meeting Graham Baba Architects has joined Ankrom Moisan as part of the design team.
New features for 103 Pike include non-reflective glass, more windows on the alley to its east, curb-less sidewalk treatment on Pike Street, wider sidewalks on 1st Avenue, reconfigured retail space, a slightly smaller roof deck, two feet added to the alley, and a different window treatment on the project’s first two floors. In total, the project nears 80,000 square feet including the roof deck and two service levels below grade. No parking is required or included.
The site is currently home to the more than 120-year-old Hahn Building whose tenants include the Green Tortoise Hostel and Seattle Coffee Works. It was previously nominated for landmarked status in 1999 and 2015, however it did not pass the review.
If 103 Pike passes its design review and receives permits, the project could break ground later this year. No hotel operator has been announced at the time. The next and likely final design review meeting for 103 Pike will be at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, February 12 at Seattle City Hall’s Bertha Knight Landes Room, 600 5th Avenue.