Last we heard from Touchstone's 820K square-foot Troy Laundry Block (or Troy Block) project, they were unveiling designs for their Tetris-y 12-story and 13-story buildings. The only thing missing? An equity partner.
Problem solved as Touchstone is teaming up with USAA Real Estate to get going on their L-shaped office towers that will remake the corner of Boren Avenue and Thomas Street. Touchstone is currently awaiting construction permits to begin the project, which will eventually mean the demolition of the Troy Laundry building. Go say goodbye while you still can.
· Touchstone lands investment partner for big South Lake Union office project [PSBJ]
· Touchstone plans office towers on old Troy Laundry block [Seattle Times]
· Touchstone's Troy Laundry Blocks More Like Tetris Blocks [Curbed Seattle]