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Riverpark Apartments, Redmond, Washington

The three 5-story apartment buildings atop the parking garage are wood framed with 8 townhouse units built within the garage structure framed with light-gage steel. In all, there are 319 apartment units at Riverpark.

Awards


Award of Merit for Best Community Site Plan - Pacific Coast Builders Conference
Multi-Family Pillars of the Industry Award Finalist - National Association of Home Builders
Mixed-Use Project of the Year - National Association of Industrial & Office Properties (NAIOP)
Riverpark Apartments, Redmond, Washington

Belmont Court Apartments, Seattle, Washington

This 5-story building in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood includes 4 stories of apartments with a penthouse floor on top. The wood-framed structure is constructed in a very dense neighborhood with challenging constraints on the site grading and earth retaining.
Belmont Court Apartments, Seattle, Washington

Bowling Green Apartments, Seattle, Washington

This 42-unit apartment is part of a mixed-use project in Seattle’s Madrona neighborhood. It includes 27,000 sf of residential space, 5,000 sf of commercial/retail area, and 17,000 sf in the below-grade parking garage.
Bowling Green Apartments, Seattle, Washington

First Hill Apartments, Seattle, Washington

This 5-story apartment building, located in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, is constructed of wood framing over a 13,000 sf concrete parking garage. The wood superstructure utilizes plywood I-joists construction for maximum stiffness and to reduce the wood shrinkage problems associated with multi-story timber construction.
First Hill Apartments, Seattle, Washington

King County Housing Authority Greenbridge, Seattle, Washington

This new mixed-income master planned community consists of 1,000 homes for approximately 3,500 people on a 95-acre site. Most buildings consist of 2-story to 4-story wood-framed structures with surface and/or underground parking with post-tensioned concrete slabs. ABKJ provided structural design services for redeveloping blocks W12, CV1, CV4, E1, E2, and E3.
King County Housing Authority Greenbridge, Seattle, Washington King County Housing Authority Greenbridge, Seattle, Washington