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Located near the Pike Place Market and crowned by a 35-foot Western Red Cedar, 1915 Second Avenue will have a distinctively Seattle appearance. An elegant, chiseled, faceted and layered façade of metal, glass and masonry emphasize the tower’s vertical elements and slenderize the tower. Retail spaces and a residential lobby will front Second Avenue, and the building will include amenity spaces for the residents. A variety of home sizes and price points are planned to accommodate a range of homeowners.
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Another proposed project by Intracorp has been canceled, and is up for sale. The project itself has been approved, even though there have been recent changes to building code due to enhanced height restrictions. However, Intracorp has failed to comment as to why they seem to be unsuccessful with recent development attempts. As Matt Goyer points out, the Parc seems to be Intracorps only project over the last couple of years that hasn’t fallen through, or been converted to apartments.
Naturally, Moran and Company boast their excitement for retaining the rights to continue listing the property. Regardless of Intracorps’ stand on why the project is up for sale, 1915 Second is in a prime location, has an attractive design, features desirable amenities, and claims to have unobstructed views–unlike another hole in the ground idea which was planned nearby.
2nd & Stewart is a 12,950 sq. ft. site located in the heart of downtown Seattle in the Market District. It is within half a block of the Pike Place Market to the west and two blocks to Westlake Center and Downtown Seattle’s retail core to the east. To the south (within four-blocks) are Benaroya Hall, the expanded Seattle Art Museum and over 21 mm sq. ft of core Class-A office space in Seattle’s Central Business District. To the north is the vibrant Belltown neighborhood, which contains a multitude of fashionable restaurants and shops focused on 1st and 2nd Avenue.
The Seattle Times has reported that Intracorp is having a new proposal reviewed for a taller tower at 1915 2nd Avenue. Their current land-use permit, which will expire in Nov. 2009, was approved to build a 240-foot tower. Now, Intracorp is looking to build 400′ residential tower which may prevent the Justen Co. from building their proposed hotel/condo project at 1931 2nd Ave., due to an 80-foot separation standard set by the City Council.
According to Intracorp’s Seattle president, Mike Lierman, zoning changes and current market conditions since the initial design review have given them reason to explore other options.
I was cruising through Weber + Thompson’s new website (looks like they dumped the +) today and came across a few renderings for 1915 Second, which is located 1.5 blocks south of the Cristalla. The mixed-use tower is striving for Silver LEED certification and will feature a 35-foot Red Wood Cedar on the rooftop terrace. This area of the neighborhood is booming with development with projects such as the Four Seasons, Escala, Fifteen Twenty-One and a few other proposed residential high-rises (Ben has an excellent rendering of the Remaking of 2nd Avenue on his blog). With that being the case, in addition to the esteemed reputation of Weber + Thompson, sales should do fairly well when occupancy becomes available in the next 2 to 3 years.
Here’s a couple pictures for you to enjoy.