Source: The Registry
November 12, 2019
As the last segments of the Alaskan Way Viaduct are coming down, a 14-story, 519,000 square foot project was given final design approval at a recommendation meeting on November 5th, ushering a new era for Seattle’s waterfront. Called 800 Alaskan Way, the project is proposed by Martin Selig Real Estate and Perkins + Will, and will serve as an anchor and example for future high-density development near Lake Union.
The project will include 209,000 square feet of commercial office space on seven levels, 136,000 square feet—or approximately 106 residential units—on six levels, a roof top residential amenity space, and 16,700 square feet of ground floor retail, which the team refers to as the Market Hall. The project will also include 278 below-grade parking stalls.