Back before South Lake Union was rezoned, Vulcan had plans to build a six-story, 194,000 sq. ft. building at 400 Ninth Ave. N. After the rezoning, those plans morphed into what's now a 12-story, 312,459 sf. ft. building. Approximately 295K sq. ft. will be for offices while 3K sq. ft. will be available on the ground floor for retail. The project will also have four levels of underground parking for 429 spaces and a large open space on the corner of 9th Ave. N. and Harrison St. Architects NBBJ will present the designs to the Design Review Board on August 28 at 8:00 p.m.
· 400 Ninth Avenue [Seattle.gov]
· Bigger, Taller, Larger [Curbed Seattle]