Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses - apartment houses

Designers: Gaylord, Grainger, Libby, O'Brien-Smith (GGLO), Architecture and Interior Design, LLC (firm); Lease Crutcher Lewis, Building Contractors (firm); Magnusson Klemencic Associates (MKA) Structural + Civil Engineers (firm); William Castillo (architect); James Crutcher (building contractor); William Gaylord (architect); Alan Grainger (architect); Howard S. Lease (building contractor); William Lewis (building contractor); Chris Libby (architect); Clayton James O'Brien-Smith (architect); Thomas Sheldon (architect)

Dates: constructed 2011-2013

24 stories

Lenora Street and 6th Avenue
Denny Triangle, Seattle, WA 98121

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This development, delayed by the Recession of 2008, began construction in late 2011, and was scheduled to be completed in 02/2013. Via 6 was composed of two 24-story towers connected by a lower 6-story building housing various amenities. The development also was to have three floors of underground parking. Pine Street Group LLC financed the 654-unit development, with each apartment containing about 700 square feet. Pine Street's web site indicated that the complex will feature its own dining, shopping and recreational spaces: "Market-smart amenities will include a fitness center, community room, theatre, landscaped rooftop garden, bicycle club and bike storage, and such conveniences at the base as a restaurant and boutique grocery store. This eco-friendly and centrally located building is expecting at least a LEED Silver rating...." (See "Pine Street Group LLC, VIA6 APARTMENTS,"Accessed 07/11/2012.) Pine Street was affiliated with several financial partners, including the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and Bentall Kennedy, Seattle. GGLO served as the project's architectural firm, Lease Crutcher Lewis, the general contractor, and MKA, the structural engineer.

PCAD id: 18002