Update on the plans for the property at Market and 15th

15 01 2015
The site is currently occupied by the Shell Station, Burger King and a 2 story office building

The site is currently occupied by the Shell Station, Burger King and a 2 story office building

In November of last year, we posted a notice for a Design Review for a 5-story office building at NW Market and 15th Ave NW owned by Martin Selig Real Estate. For those interested in keeping up on the progress of the development, notes from the November meeting are now available online.

The proposed project is for development of a 204,000 sq. ft. 5-story office building with 210 parking spaces below grade. The design proposal presented at the Design Review meeting is here.

he preferred scheme includes a public-accessible courtyard and two-story lobby at Market and 15th

The applicant’s preferred option includes a public-accessible courtyard and two-story lobby at Market and 15th with parking access on the east

3 options were proposed:

Option 1 was the applicant’s preferred option, an almost square 5-story building with a south facing courtyard cut into the massing with the main entrance at the corner of Market and 15th. Two levels below grade would provide parking with access from the service ‘alley’ or woonerf in the east setback. Curb cuts would be located on NW Market St and NW 56th St.

Option 2  is almost square 5-story building with an east facing courtyard cut into the massing with the main entrance at the corner of Market and 15th. Two levels below grade would provide parking with access from the service ‘alley’ or woonerf in the east setback. Curb cuts would be located on NW Market St and NW 56th St.

Option 3 is square 5-story building with the main entrance at the corner of Market and 15th. Two levels below grade would provide parking with access from the service ‘alley’ or woonerf in the east setback. Curb cuts will be located on NW Market St and NW 56th St.

The Design Review board did recommend that the applicant reach out to neighborhood groups and to pursue the Living Building Pilot program. The applicant has been given the go ahead by the Design Review Board to apply for a Master Use Permit.

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