Perfect Ten: The 2023 IDEAS2 Awards

  • Auther Image by msre
  • October 20, 2023
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Built in 1949 and retired in 2014 due to its outdated security features and minor damage sustained by the 2001 Nisqually earthquake, the Federal Reserve Building in Seattle now reaches for the sky with a vertical expansion, a new seismic system, and new steel.

The landmark building has been converted into a 204,000 SF Class A office space thanks to an updated design featuring seven beautifully restored existing floors along with seven brand-new floors, with the latter encased in a glass jewel box structure providing stunning views of Seattle’s new waterfront.