800 stewart st Downtown Seattle Design Review Roundup - August 2019

Weber Thompson

800 Stewart Street

  • 53-story tower on the northeast corner of 8th Avenue and Stewart Street in the Denny Triangle neighborhood
  • Planned 568 residential units and 5 levels of below grade parking with 104 parking spaces
  • Over 37,000 square feet of office space on floors 2 through 5
  • Separate lobbies and elevators for the offices and residences—entrances on 8th Avenue and Stewart Street
  • The tower features a terrace on the 6th floor in addition to a gym and pet room
  • A business lounge for residents is planned for the 33rd floor
  • Rooftop amenities are planned—including a tenant lounge and terrace
  • First Design Review Meeting August 27 at 7:00 p.m.; Seattle City Hall, Room L280

Downtown Seattle Design Review Roundup - August 2019

Caron Architecture

2218 1st Avenue

  • The last meeting for 2218 1st Avenue was in 2017 with Heliotrope Architects which has now been replaced by Caron Architecture
  • The 8-story Belltown building will feature 59 residential units: 7 small efficiency dwelling units, 28 efficiency dwelling units, and 24 one- and two-bedroom apartments
  • Despite the change in architect, the design remains similar to initial plans
  • Restaurant space is indicated in plans for the building
  • The existing warehouse on the 6,570 square foot property will be demolished
  • No parking is planned as it is not required for the site, however, plans show a bike room with 30 stalls accessible via the alley to the building’s east
  • Design Review Recommendation Meeting August 27 at 5:30 p.m.; Seattle City Hall, Room L280

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