Seattle, WA


7 below grade parking levels

cast-in-place concrete


Project Size: 577,000 square feet

Architect: Weber Thompson, Seattle, Washington

Developer: Molasky Group of Companies, Las Vegas, Nevada

Contractor: PCL, Bellevue, Washington

Located next to the 1960’s Cinerama Theater and the Monorail in the upscale Belltown neighborhood of Seattle, Washington, Arrivé Tower is a 41-story mixed-use building over seven levels of subterranean parking. This 577,000 square foot development includes a hotel, residential units, retail, and a rooftop terrace with unique  amenities. The exterior design features a contemporary facade with glass windows and composite metal panels, while GreenLiving Wall panels were added to provide lush vegetation to the urban environment.

The structure consists of cast-in-place concrete with post-tensioned floor slabs. In response to demanding seismic requirements, CKC designed a dual core system. This combination of shear walls and ductile frames transfers the majority of the building’s dead load to the core and reduces net tension under lateral load.

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