Seattle Commercial Real Estate News of the Day

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Seattle Times Daily Journal of Commerce Headline
Boeing locks in biggest plane order with Lion Air

154 new apartments for downtown Redmond

King County, cities announce plan to bolster aerospace jobs here Work is under way on Redmond Square Apartments, a 154-unit apartment complex at 7977 170th Ave. N.E. in downtown Redmond.

The 216,000-square-foot project will include two five-story, wood-framed buildings over a two-level concrete garage with 174 parking stalls. Buildings will house one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and shared amenity spaces for residents.

Stricker Cato Murphy is the architect and Rushforth Construction is the general contractor.

The south corner of the complex is anchored by a circular six-story brick and metal prow. Other exterior details include metal balconies, glass railings, wood outriggers and soffits, and concrete and corrugated metal siding.

Redmond Square LLC is the developer and Cosmos Development is the owner’s representative.

Project team members are DCI Engineers (structural and civil engineer), Abossein Engineering (mechanical engineer) and Weisman Design Group (landscape architect).

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