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Old Posted Aug 20, 2022, 2:23 AM
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BELLEVUE | 606 106th Avenue NE | 600 x 3 FT | 60 + 60 + 46 FLOORS

606 106th Avenue NE
https://www.bellevuedowntown.com/go/606-106th-ave-ne

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Two Mixed-Use Residential (Towers 1 & 2)
One Mixed-Use Office (Tower 3)
60 Stories (Tower 1)
60 Stories (Tower 2)
46 Stories (Tower 3)
1,606 Residential Units (Towers 1 & 2)
64,525 Square Feet of Active Use Space
2,318 Parking Spaces
Onni may start work this year on three Bellevue towers
https://www.djc.com/news/re/12148747.html
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The city of Bellevue hasn’t yet approved the three-tower Onni 606 project downtown, but there are new signs of activity at 606 106th Ave. N.E. First, Barnes & Noble recently announced that, come September, it’ll move to Crossroads from its longtime home in the former bowling alley. A demolition permit is now underway for that and the former John Danz Theatre.
The tenant for the latter, Doxa Church, moved to Redmond last month, after seven years of renting the old cinema. A fundraising effort is now underway to buy its new home in an old industrial building near Marymoor Park.

Planning for the site began roughly year earlier, yet the permit activity has been fairly quiet since then. Onni is, of course, very busy with two major projects in Seattle.
Six levels of underground parking, plus one semi-structured level, would have around 2,455 stalls. Access would be midblock from 106th, leading to a covered porte cochere and two dozen structured parking stalls. About 288 bike stalls are also planned.




The floor counts are still a bit unknown right now due to new info coming out, but the title reflects correct data, at least from a while back.
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Is there a height limit for Bellevue?
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Old Posted Aug 20, 2022, 2:43 AM
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DT-O-1 zone has a max height of 600 FT for all residential or office buildings.



This zone is relatively small, and it's the only area that allows 600 FT. Other areas are lower height maximums. I'm pretty sure outside of the area for 600 FT towers, the height limit is something like 450 FT.



https://www.theurbanist.org/2017/10/...ity-standards/
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