HIGH RISES

Lincoln Square, Bellevue, Washington

This 2.4 million sf facility consists of two 450’ high-rise towers and includes 580,000 sf of office space, 470,000 sf of hotel and condo space, 390,000 sf of retail space, and a 5-level underground garage encompassing nearly 1 million sf. Structurally, the hotel and office towers utilize an “undefined lateral force resisting system,” as allowed under the 1997 UBC.

Awards


Office Development of the Year, Greater Than 250,000 sf - National Association of Industrial & Office Properties (NAIOP)
Excellence in Concrete Construction Technical Merit Award - Washington Aggregates and Concrete Association (WACA)
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Harbor Steps, Seattle, Washington

This mixed-use project in the heart of downtown Seattle consists of four residential towers, ranging from 18 stories to 32 stories. It includes below-grade parking with more than 1,000 parking stalls. ABKJ pioneered the use of alternate floor concrete moment frames in this project to achieve greater available window space for these residential units, also making an architectural statement with the exterior shear walls and moment frames exposed.
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1800 9th Avenue Building, Seattle, Washington

This 16-story, 300,000 sf tower houses the Regence BlueShield offices in Seattle and includes four levels of underground parking. This building is constructed of steel framing and vertical steel bracing to resist seismic lateral loads.
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Arbor Place, Seattle, Washington

This project includes a 7-story office tower and 26-story apartment tower with 4 levels of underground parking. The towers are connected on the second floor.
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Conoco-Phillips Office Tower, Anchorage, Alaska

This vertical expansion project converted a 2-story structure into a 22-story, 440,000 sf high-rise office tower in two phases. The framing above the ground floor is structural steel with the lateral loads resisted by six ductile moment-resisting frames, four exterior frames around the perimeter, and two diagonal interior frames.
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Harbour Heights, Seattle, Washington

This mixed-use building consists of 3 stories of below-grade parking, office, and retail space at grade level and 18 floors of condominiums. Lateral resistance for seismic forces and wind loads is provided by concrete shear walls.
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