|LOCATION||Seattle, WA | USA|
|SOFTWARE||AutoCAD and REVIT|
|AREA||787,000 sq. ft.|
The project, along Valley Street by Lake Union Park, consists of around 787,000 square feet of office space and 370 apartments. On the middle block, Block 31, which is between Boren and Terry Avenues North, Vulcan plans a six-story office structure and another six-story structure with an eight-story, 80-apartment tower above. The office space comprises a total area of 309,000 square feet with some street-level retail. The middle block includes urban open spaces and a through-block pedestrian connection that connects Terry and Boren Ave. in the middle of the block. This block is partly a park, where pedestrians and cyclists have priority over motorists. To the east, between Boren and Fairview avenues north, is where Vulcan plans a 13-story building (Block 25 West). Seven floors of apartments top the lower six stories of office space. A second office building to the East in the same block is projected to be six stories tall (Block 25 East). Together these two buildings have 332,000 square feet of office and 70 apartments. The Westernmost block (Block 37), between Westlake and Terry Ave. North, is where Vulcan plans a 16-story apartment building with 220 units and a six-story, 146,000 square foot office building.
Architectural Building Shell and Core, along with Interior Design for Common Areas (main lobby, elevator lobby, corridor, and washrooms.) The design proposal did not include Interior Design for residential, tenant areas, and washrooms, except for the development of Revit Models and Documentation for the Residential Units for Block 25 West and Block 31 through DDs and CDs. CorbisStudio is in charge of the production of the drawings based on the Current stage of work. The client provided Models or Plans and drawings to set up the base, so the production team progresses to the Proposed Stages of work. CorbisStudio shall provide the client with the architectural drawings production of the documentation.