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New Construction Photos for Four Seasons: July 2008

July 10, 2008 by  
Filed under 4Seasons

Wondering what the western facing side is looking like? Here’s a couple pics:

Facing East on 1st Avenue

Facing East on 1st Avenue

Facing West

Facing West

Be sure to check out several other photos of downtown on our new Flickr album.

Four Seasons Announces Executive Chef

May 6, 2008 by  
Filed under 4Seasons, Austin A. Bell

chef kerry spearStarting at $1,000, this chef’s current restaurant offers an opportunity to design a custom menu based on your ideas. Your fee also includes time spent in the kitchen working side-by-side with the kitchen staff in creating your five-course meal. After digging even further, I found another creative and fun way he shares his passion with others by hosting Pike Place Market tours, followed by a three-course cooking demonstration and lunch for only $75. Taking on the position of Executive Chef, Chef Kerry Sear (owner of Cascadia Restaurant in Belltown), will also take on the responsibility of the Four Seasons food and beverage operations. A solid acquisition for the Four Seasons.

The market tours sound fun and offered at a bargain price. Hopefully the new position won’t keep him too busy that he won’t be able to offer them again this summer, or the next.

We would love to hear about any dining experiences from anyone who has visited Cascadia Restaurant. If you’ve dined there, had a private dining party or gone on one of his market tours, please post a comment and share your experience.

Denny Triangle Trophy Tower to Compete with Downtown’s Four Seasons

March 13, 2008 by  
Filed under 4Seasons, Pb Elemental, Trophy Tower

Trophy TowerInspiring architects Pb Elemental is getting some scratched heads regarding a new 440′ tower they’ve proposed to build which will only contain 19 residential units on a less than 3,000 square foot lot. Capitol Hill residents are concerned about lost views, and many others are confused about a loophole concerning the lack of the city’s review process. Apparently Pb Elemental is exempt from the design-review process because the tower will have less than 20 homes, reports The SLOG. But, the loophole has yet to be verified.

Each floor is reported to only be an approximate 2,100 square feet and homes are estimated to be priced between $2-18 million. The top floor penthouse is reported to consume 2 floors and have the highest price tag. I’m curious to know what level of finishes and building amenities the penthouse will offer considering a penthouse unit at the Four Seasons (with an approximate 8,000 square feet, highly desired view and central 1st Avenue downtown location) is planned to close for just over a rumored $13 million. The Trophy Tower’s penthouse is estimated at $18 million. Pb Elemental has yet to respond to our call.

Trophy Tower Location

Four Seasons Private Residences – 99 Union St., Seattle, WA 98101

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Address: 99 Union St., Seattle, WA 98101
Neighborhood: Downtown


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Known around the globe for it’s dedication to continuous innovation and high standards in hospitality, Seattle’s Four Seasons Hotel and Residences is located on 1st Avenue just one block south of Pike Place Market. The Four Seasons was originally located at The Olympic Hotel in downtown Seattle until 2003. In 2004, The Seattle Hotel Group LLC secured it’s new location to bring the Four Season’s back to Seattle which now offers expansive views of Elliott Bay, the Olympic Mountains and downtown. Original prices ranged from $2 million to over $10 million and floorplans range from 1,019 square feet to over 5,600. Made possible by Lease Crutcher Lewis Construction, NBBJ Architects, Susan Marinello Interiors and Brayton + Hughes Design Studios, 20 out of 29 available presale homes were already purchased by April 2007. Condominiums will be on levels 11 through 21 and feature luxurious finishes, Miele & Sub-Zero appliances, Dornbracht fixtures and world class amenities such as valet parking, room service and private concierge.


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  • Year Built: 2008
  • Number of Units: 36
  • Number of Stories: 21
  • Exterior: Cement/Concrete, Metal/Vinyl
  • Parking: Common Garage
  • Pets: Subj to Restrictions
  • H/O Dues Included:
  • Common Property Features & Amenities: Cable TV, Concierge, Disabled Access, Elevator, Exercise Room, Fire Sprinklers, Hot Tub, Lobby Entrance, Pool-Outdoor, Valet


  • Benaroya Music Hall
  • Friesen Gallery
  • Harbor Steps North
  • Ipanema Brazilian Grill
  • Kimzey Miller Gallery
  • Las Margaritas
  • Liquor Store
  • McCormick & Schmick’s
  • Pike Place Market South Arcade
  • Seattle Art Museum
  • Showbox Theater
  • Starbucks
  • The Brooklyn
  • The Islander Restaurant
  • Troiani
  • Vetri
  • Wyland Galleries Northwest



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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.

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