Seattle House

Seattle, WA

BB6 tower rendering

(2) 45-story

8 below grade parking levels

cast-in-place concrete

Seattle House

Project Size: 1,300,000 square feet

Architect: IBI Group, Vancouver, British Columbia

Developer: Concord Pacific, Vancouver, British Columbia

Contractor: Centreville Construction, Vancouver, British Columbia

Seattle House is a mixed-use development comprised of two 45-story towers with a 13 level podium and 8 levels of below-grade parking. The project includes residential, extended-stay lodging, retail, and parking. The podium amenities include rooftop gardens, a glass bottom pool and workspace pods. Additional amenities include social gathering areas at Level 45 of each tower. 

The structure is cast-in-place concrete with post-tensioned slabs. The lateral system consists of shear walls using high-strength steel fiber-reinforced concrete coupling beams (SFRC). CKC also incorporated the use of high-strength concrete and high-strength reinforcing. Additionally, the project utilized a performance-based design seismic (PBSD) methodology. 

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