Just blocks from Redmond town center, Blackbird Apartments will be five stories of wood framed residential units over a story concrete podium with 1.5 levels of parking. Its 154 units will range from studio apartments to 2 bed / 2 bath layouts. The recessed base will create private, covered patios for the five hotel units fronting the street. The eastside of the U-shaped building will front 159th Place and was designed with street presence in mind. Light gauge metal framework supports the hotel units at street level, and a generous area for street-side landscaping and sidewalk creates street appeal. Large, long-span glued laminated timber beams support bearing walls above the central courtyard, which is exclusive to Blackbird residents. Facing the west, the courtyard is completely private from the street. This layout also provides daylight to interior units. All residential units on the eastside of the building include a private deck, while units facing the courtyard include a balcony starting on the third level.
Sierra Construction recently broke ground on Phase 4, located east of 24th on what was Furnery’s Nursery. When completed, the fourth phase will add an additional 512,121 square feet of industrial warehouse to the park with 36’ clear height, comprised of two buildings (Building A, 266,013 square feet and Building B, 224,678 square feet). This phase is due for completion in Spring 2018.
Site clearing at the end of 2016 to clear the way for a 135-unit multi-family project Edition Apartments in Bothell, WA (Previously known as Bothell Apartments). The project, located on the corner of 185th and 102nd, will be five wood-framed stories high over one story of secured parking. Unit finishes and amenities will be modern with open layouts, and some units will have private patios or balconies. Resident amenities will also include media, bike and fitness rooms, a dog run, club room and an outdoor lounge deck with fire tables, grills and gathering spaces.
Georgetown Crossroads is a 589,615 square foot, three-story fulfillment center. This unique facility will provide much needed industrial facilities in an area with little available real estate. Level One is double-loaded with truck access from multiple arterials. Level Two is another fulfillment level which is truck accessible via ramps. Level Three is a makers space, providing build-to-suit office spaces divisible to 10,000 or more with forklift-accessible freight elevators. This project broke ground in early 2017 and is slated for completion Q3 of 2018.
The Hogum Bay Logistics Center is an 811,000 square foot distribution center on a 100 acre site in Lacey, WA. This finished project will have 80 dock doors, 250 parking spaces and a 36’ clear height. The scope of work also includes a 28,100 square foot office build-out with high end finishes. The warehouse was constructed with insulated concrete tilt-panels, with a total thickness of 14 ½”. This project is due for completion Q3 2018.
This project includes the new construction of a 157,230 square foot speculative manufacturing building on a 9 acre site along the north side of SW Tualatin-Sherwood Rd. The concrete tilt-up building will have a 32’ clear height and have 4 overhead doors; 36 dock and 4 at-grade. The building is set up to handle up to four tenants. The completed project will also have 158 parking spaces. This project broke ground Spring 2018 and is due for completion Fall 2018.
The Parkside II Apartments in the Columbia Tech Center development broke ground summer of 2017. This project consists of two, four story of wood framed apartment buildings built on slab with at grade parking. The two structures will share an breezeway and a central courtyard.
The 130,000 square foot Portland Portal Industrial Center is being built for Portland based Mary’s Harvest, located at 172nd Pl and Sandy Blvd in Portland. It will replace Mary’s existing 45,000 square foot facility.
The completed building will have a 30′ clear height and 27 dock doors. This project is due for completion later this year.
The team began sitework for this project December 2017. Portside 55 North is just over 200,000 square feet of industrial development on 10.5 acres, less than 1 mile from the marine terminals in the Port of Tacoma. The project even has Tacoma Rail to the site. The larger of the two, Building A, is 152,350 square feet with 47 truck bays, while the smaller Building B will have 51,230 square feet with 16 truck bays. Both buildings will have a 30′ clear height. The proximity to the Port also means the site has a unique zoning of Port Maritime and Industrial.
Breaking ground spring of 2017, Project Piper PDX9 will be a 857,000 square foot distribution center to occupy three previously vacant lots in the Troutdale Reynolds Industrial Park. The 74 acre site will also have 2,500 car parking spaces, 276 trailer parking spaces, and over 60 loading docks.
Breaking ground in August 2016, the Stadium Apartments 220,000 square foot mixed-use building is located in the Stadium District of Tacoma. The project will have 172 residences varying from studio, one and two bedroom units. The project will also have 2,260 square feet of retail space and offer 204 parking spaces. This project is due for completion August 2018.