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Status  Under construction
Architectural  435 feet (133 m)
Parking  374 parking stalls
Architecture firm  Weber Thompson
Estimated completion  2018
Number of units  465
Type  Residential
Developer  Holland Partner Group
Roof  122 m
Construction started  2016
Floor count  40
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Address  970 Denny Way Seattle, Washington

970 Denny Way is an under construction residential skyscraper in Seattle, Washington. When completed in 2018, the 40-story, 435-foot-tall (133 m) tower will have 465 apartments. When built, it will become the first skyscraper in the South Lake Union neighborhood as well as its tallest structure and one of the few highrise buildings outside of Downtown Seattle. The building is located at the intersection of Denny Way and Terry Avenue, near the headquarters of The Seattle Times and the Cornish College of the Arts.

Developer Holland Partner Group contracted architecture firm Weber Thompson to design a building that reflected both the industrial origins of the neighborhood (as seen in the six-story brick podium) as well as the high-tech future (as seen in the tower's glass exterior). The building will feature a 374-stall parking garage, as well as 188 bike spaces, and amenity spaces such as an outdoor porch and rooftop deck. The podium will house 15,100 square feet (1,400 m2) of retail space.

History

Holland Partner Group announced plans for a 40-story residential skyscraper on the site in December 2014, and purchased the site in March 2015 for $20.1 million. The design was approved by the city of Seattle in December 2015, allowing for construction to begin in January 2016 with the demolition of a three-story warehouse on the project site that was built in 1927.

References

970 Denny Way Wikipedia


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