The project as permitted allows the following-
Residential Housing – 740 units with approximately 690,000 square feet on site with another 85 affordable housing units located off site.
Retail- 60,000 square feet
Hotel- 297 room conference hotel
Office- 180,000 square feet
Parking- 720 parking stalls
Facts and Figures
- Property totals 3.85 acres and was the largest contiguous piece of undeveloped land in the Seattle urban core.
- When fully developed, the property will become the largest transit oriented development on the West Coast.
- Property is located adjacent to the region’s transit hub at King Street Station, and next door to CenturyLink Field and the Pioneer Square national historic district.
- Phase I is a joint venture (North Lot Development LLC) between Daniels Real Estate Co. (an affiliate of Nitze-Stagen) and the Pillar Properties
- An up-zone of the property was approved by the City of Seattle in 2009 that raises maximum height limits from the former limits of 85’ for commercial and 120’ for residential to 240’ for both uses with specified protected view corridors required.
- Site will have spectacular views towards the Seattle skyline, Elliott Bay and the Olympic & Cascade mountain ranges.
- The project’s Master Use Permit (MUP) was filed with the City in May of 2008 and reflected a mixed use development totaling approximately 1.5 million square feet. Included in the original MUP was approximately 426,000 sf of office, 668 residential units, 33,000 sf of retail and approximately 900 parking stalls.
- The actual total project square footage has continued to evolve as the project proceeds through the design phase. Current project design features three residential towers with 740 units, plus 180,000 SF of office, a 300 room hotel and conference center, retail and parking components.
- Includes 30 units of affordable housing located on-site. An additional 85 units of affordable housing connected with the project will be located at the Hirabayashi Place at Fourth and Main.
- Master Use Permit was issued by the City in February 2010. Permit has 15 year term allowing for development in phases.
- First phase will feature the west block development (called Stadium Place West) and commenced in late 2011. East block development (called Stadium Place East) is expected to commence in the summer of 2013.
- Work on mitigation of existing environmental contamination was completed in 2011.
- Project will target USGBC LEED- Gold certification throughout and include innovative sustainability features such as the urban farm, large four story living (green) wall, use of storm water onsite, state-of-the-art energy efficient design and equipment, and a possible district energy plant onsite that could turn wastewater into electricity for the project, and possibly provide electricity to neighboring buildings as well.
- West Block Design team members include-
- Master Planning – ZGF Architects
- West Block Podium Design- ZGF Architects
- Residential Unit Layouts – AKAA
- Civil & Structural – CPL
- Electrical – Sparling
- Environmental - Landau Associates
- West Block Contractor team members include-
- General Contractor – JTM Construction
- Mechanical – Holaday-Parks
- Plumbing – Auburn Mechanical
- Electrical – Nelsen Electric
- East Block Design team members include-
- Architect – Freiheit & Ho
- Civil – DR Strong
- Structural – DCI Engineers
- Electrical – Cochran Inc & Gerber Engineering
- Environmental - Landau Associates
- East Block Contractor team members include-
- General Contractor – SODO Builders
- Mechanical, HVAC, Plumbing – MacDonald Miller
- Electrical – Cochran Inc