Previously known as the 2nd and Virginia twin towers, the developer (Justen Company) and architects (Weber Thompson) will only be focused on the north tower as a result of negotiations with the Landmarks Board Architectural Review committee. The proposal states that the 1931 Second Avenue address will be diverged to develop further strategies on preserving the Terminal Sales Annex–classified as a historic landmark.
In the meantime, 2015 Second Avenue will reside on the northwestern block at the intersection of 2nd and Virginia. Currently a parking lot , the proposed high-rise will be situated south of the Cristalla, and east of One Pacific Tower. Plans also show that the building will take full advantage of the city’s revised restrictions on height with 39 stories, and toping off at 400′ with an additional 40′ of rooftop screening.
Currently, the intersection consists of the Moore Theater (SE), the Whiskey Bar and apartments (NE), a low-rise commercial building (SW) and large parking lot (NW). With the addition of a residential lobby and street level retail, that area of downtown should liven up a bit with more pedestrians.
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Plans boast townhome and work studios floor plans for the five floors above the street level.
The year posted on various sites about the project claim that construction will end in 2010, but the recent credit crunch has proven to create some curious speculations on Seattle’s real estate market. Although the high-rise presents itself as a great new addition to the Seattle skyline, it will be difficult to get excited about considering delays on the development of other projects.
As with all other condominium developments, we will be watching the proposals progress, and posting any status changes our Development Status for New Construction page.
November 14, 2007 by James
Filed under 1st, Club House, Concierge, Curtis Beattie & Associates, Exercise Room, Game/Rec Room, Guest Suite(s), Hot Tub, One Pacific Tower, PCL Construction, Pike Place Market, Pool Indoor, Terrace, Vyzis Development Company
Address: 2000 1st Ave., Seattle, WA 98121
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Developed by Vyzis Development Company and architecture by Curtis Beattie & Associates, One Pacific Tower is a 27-story luxury tower on 1st Avenue on the edge of Belltown and Downtown Seattle just 2 blocks from Pike Place Market. The affluent 27-story tower features a 24-hour concierge, indoor pool, guest suite, club room and units which boast expansive western views. This was the first project for Vyzis Development and first high-rise project for PCL Construction. All units face west with a concrete wall and elevator shaft on the eastside of the tower.
- Year Built: 1994
- Number of Units: 80
- Number of Stories: 27
- Exterior: Cement/Concrete
- Parking: Common Garage
- Pets: Subj to Restrictions
- H/O Dues Included: Central Hot Water, Earthquake Ins., Garbage, Water/Sewer
- Common Property Features & Amenities: Cable TV, Club House, Concierge, Disabled Access, Elevator, Exercise Room, Fire Sprinklers, Game/Rec Room, Guest Suite, Hot Tub, Lobby Entrance, Outdoor Terrace
- Baby & Co
- Commodore Motor Hotel
- Etherea Salon Spa
- Market Groceries and Deli
- Opus 204
- Porta by the Market
- Tully’s Coffee
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*Data is deemed to be reliable, but not guaranteed. In some cases, number of units may include commercial and residential spaces and/or height may or may not include a 13th floor.