Bosa Properties and ZGF Architects will take their plans for a 41-story tower at 2014 Fairview Avenue before the design review board on December 1 and when they do they'll be showing off some serious curves. Denny Center will be notable for it's wavy, curved design that's meant "to impart a gentle sense of movement and protest." The mixed-user will include 420 residential units, 10,000 sq. ft. of retail space located at ground level and 300 below-grade parking spots. They're hopeful to start construction in Fall 2016 and despite the fact that the unique design will cost more, Bosa wants to take advantage of the "unique opportunity to stand out" at the corner of Denny and Fairview. If the board doesn't approve of the wavy design, they have provided two more straight-forward tower looks as well, but where's the fun in that?
· Developer says new curvy Seattle tower would impart 'a gentle sense of movement and protest' [PSBJ]
· 2014 Fairview Ave [DPD]