In early January, we got a good look at renderings for Kilroy Realty's two-tower complex planned for 333 Dexter Avenue, which includes a 20-by-50-foot art wall facing Harrison Street. Now comes word that the design review board has approved the design for the twelve-story, 600,000 sf. mixed-use complex. Demolition of the current KING-5 studio site is slated for mid-2016 with construction of the targeted for the Fall. Kilroy's design team, which includes architect The Miller Hull Partnership and landscape architect Hewitt Associates, were commended for raising the bar with the quality of 333 Dexter's design. The building designs boast one north building with a relatively straight-forward design and a south building with jagged edges buttressed by diagonal columns to the ground. KING-5, meanwhile, will be relocating to SoDo later this year.