It was last January when we heard about plans for a mixed use-apartment building on 45th Street at the corner of Interlake Avenue in Wallingford. Developer Mack Urban announced today that they are scheduled to start construction on the 150-unit complex in April 2014 and expected to be ready by July 2015.
The 150 apartments will be a mix of studio, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom units, sized from 502-1,088 sq. ft. The building will also include three retail spaces with a retail patio, shared studio space, a rooftop deck and a 5K square foot outdoor common area. Mack Urban is aiming for LEED Silver certification and the building will be designed to conserve energy and water consumption by up to 30%.
As an added bonus, the rooftop deck will be home to extensive plantings of hops and grapes, so perhaps they're also planning some sort of sustainable winery/brewery up there? We can dream.
· Apartment & Retail Complex Coming To 45th St. In Wallingford [Curbed Seattle]