Holland Partner Group’s 41-story apartment tower in South Lake Union is set to top out this month. The 435-foot tower, called 970 Denny, is set to feature 461 apartment units above 15,600 square feet of retail. It also has six levels of below grade parking for 357 vehicles and storage space for 200 bicycles.
According to architect, Weber Thompson, the tower includes a “crisp podium structure that is carefully proportioned to blend with nearby industrial age warehouse structures” of the South Lake Union neighborhood.
The building’s floor plans span from studios to three-bedrooms, many of which will be one-bedroom configurations. They will range in size from 500 to 2,800 square feet. Amenities will be located at three levels: the first floor, seventh floor, and roof. The seventh floor has a freestanding outdoor pavilion atop the building’s podium level.
Holland’s construction arm is the general contractor. Their 970 Denny team also includes structural engineer, Cary Kopczynski & Co., Susan Marinello Interiors, PSF Mechanical, Valley Electric, Stirrett Johnsen, Conco, and Walters & Wolf.
970 Denny is scheduled to be ready for move-in this summer. The project is targeting LEED silver certification.