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Arrow SEATTLE | 1370 Stewart Street | 440 FT | 44 FLOORS




1370 Stewart by deanruffner, on Flickr

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Our Seattle project is located a block away from I-5 Highway on Stewart Street and when complete will create an iconic ‘gateway’ structure and landmark for the City. Greeting drivers to downtown Seattle will be a 44-storey mixed use highrise designed by renowned architectural firm, Perkins + Will.

Inspiration of the building design located on this unique triangular site reflects a spinnaker on a sailboat similar to vessels plying Lake Union and Elliot Bay (just 7 blocks to the north). The two-storey podium of the building will include ground-level retail and a two level restaurant including a south facing roof-top patio. Anticipated amenities that residents can enjoy include a state-of-the-art fitness room, concierge services and 5000 square foot rooftop patio and lounge area offering spectacular views of the city and water.
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Here's a look at Perkins + Will design for tower next to REI



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The Canadian firm Arbutus is new to the Seattle market, but it made a splash in South Lake Union last December by paying almost $21 million for a triangular block just south of REI and west of the freeway.

Perkins + Will is designing the proposed 456-unit residential tower at 1370 Stewart St. The first design review will be at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20 at Queen Anne Community Center, 1901 First Ave. W.

The block, now mostly used for parking, totals 21,125 square feet. It's also bounded by John Street and Yale Avenue North.

When plans emerged last summer, before the sale, 44 stories were described. The city now says there are 46, which could be a typo. The triangle is zoned for residential construction up to 440 feet, but bonus area may also be on the table.

The unnamed tower would also include about 9,100 square feet of retail/commercial space in a two-story podium.

Perkins + Will suggests that a sailboat's billowing spinnaker inspired the preferred design, which has a gently twisting shape that gives it the appearance of leaning toward the northeast corner of the triangle.

The tower would also be pushed north on the podium, which appears to have a landscaped deck on top.

Housing units would start on the fourth level, and range from studios to two-bedrooms. Arbutus told Puget Sound Business Journal last week that the units could be rentals or condos, depending on future market conditions.
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I'm not sure if this will be 440 FT, maybe something along the lines of 470-499? I know theirs a height limit in this area, but the crown looks like it's giving the tower 40 plus ft.



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