the center for impact and innovation, masins building | masins properties

the center for impact and innovation, masins building | masins properties

The 40,000 square foot Masins Building was built in 1907 and extensively renovated in 2006 to house the family furniture business. Unfortunately, the ‘great recession’ forced the family to consolidate and close the Pioneer Square location. In 2012 the building was adapted to create the Center for Impact & Innovation. School related functions, with classes scheduled to start, required a fast track design and construction schedule. The...

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bush hotel | seattle chinatown international district preservation & development authority (SCIDpda)

bush hotel | seattle chinatown international district  preservation & development  authority (SCIDpda)

The Bush Hotel, originally built in 1915 as a tourist hotel, is located in the core of the historic Chinatown International District directly adjacent to Hing Hay Park. The building has seven floors with the top four floors being residential units and the lower three floors commercial retail and office spaces. Hing Hay Coworks is located inside the Bush Hotel. The renovation primarily addresses the lower three commercial floor levels. A new...

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eastern hotel | InterIm community development association (cda)

eastern hotel | InterIm community development association (cda)

Robert Hale performed a capital needs assessment and condition assessment report to survey the physical condition of the building and to assist identifying any immediate needs for repair and anticipated maintenance and/or replacement work for any component or system over the next 20 years.    

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new central hotel senior housing | seattle chinatown international district preservation and development authority (SCIDpda)

new central hotel senior housing | seattle chinatown international district preservation and development authority (SCIDpda)

Originally constructed in 1909, the new hotel was renovated to upgrade housing for seniors. A new roof was installed in 2000, and in 2008, a $3 million HUD renovation provided new windows and a rainscreen siding system. The first floor consists of retail space, a restaurant, and offices. The renovation included historic restoration of the exterior, replication of the historic cornice, accessibility and life safety upgrades, a new landscaped roof...

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the harrison apartments | capitol hill housing (chh)

the harrison apartments | capitol hill housing (chh)

The Harrison Apartments on 15th is a mixed-use residential building located in the 15th Avenue neighborhood business district on Capitol Hill. The street level is designed to relate to the streetscape and scale of the existing commercial buildings. The upper residential portion is designed for families, and to be compatible with nearby turn of the century homes and apartment buildings. 19 apartment units range in size from studios to 3-bedrooms....

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samuel berry mckinney | housing and urban development seattle (hud), mount zion housing board

samuel berry mckinney | housing and urban development seattle (hud), mount zion housing board

This mixed-use/senior housing development was developed by HUD and the Mount Zion Housing Board. The project consists of 64 one- and two- bedroom senior housing units and 4,500 square feet of ground floor commercial space. One level of underground parking is provided. The project is on a major transportation line. As such, and due to the fact that the units are for senior citizens, we were able to receive a reduction in the number of parking...

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I.D. village square II | city of Seattle, washington state housing trust fund, and low income housing tax credits

I.D. village square II | city of Seattle, washington state housing trust fund, and low income housing tax credits

I.D. Village II is located in Seattle’s International District, across 8th Avenue from I.D. Village I. The project includes a community center, branch library, street level retail, and 57 units of family housing. Funding for the renovation was provided in part by the City of Seattle, Washington State Housing Trust Fund, and Low Income Housing Tax Credits. To provide building mass in scale with the district and Village Square I, and to provide...

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louisa hotel | the woo family

louisa hotel | the woo family

The former Louisa Hotel was built in 1910 with retail spaces at street level and two floors of SRO style housing. It will be converted into 84 apartments, with 16 units added with a rooftop addition. On Christmas Eve of 2013 a fire damaged the three-story masonry building. The fire left the building in danger of collapse. Much of it was demolished and what remained underwent seismic retrofitting. Only the east side and the facades on Seventh...

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lawrence lofts mixed-use | 19th & madison, llc

lawrence lofts mixed-use | 19th & madison, llc

Lawrence Lofts, a 131-unit, mixed-use project located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle. The building contains 34 studios, 76 one-bedrooms, 15 one-bedroom plus studio penthouses, and 16 two-bedrooms. There are 6,500 square feet of retail space, including a coffee shop, a restaurant and fitness club. This building offers urban living in loft style units featuring 10 foot high ceilings, views and plenty of flexibility to customize to the...

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squire park plaza | CADA

squire park plaza | CADA

The new Squire Park Plaza mixed-use development for Central Area Development Association (CADA) includes 63 residential and live/work units, and 11,000 square feet of retail, office and community space. The 6-story building features open spaces, roof terraces and parking for 63 vehicles on two levels of underground parking. All parking is accessed via an alley as required by Seattle land-use codes.  No internal ramping was provided.  The...

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filipino village | filipino community of seattle

filipino village | filipino community of seattle

The Filipino Community of Seattle (FCS) hired Rolluda Architects to provide a master plan for the construction of a new mixed-use project in South Seattle, adjacent to the Rainier Valley and Beacon Hill neighborhoods. FCS supports the elders and youth in the surrounding communities and serves neighborhoods as far north as Shoreline and south as Tacoma, as well as community groups including Vietnamese, African American, Samoan, Chinese, Japanese...

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