Structure Type: built works - dwellings -public accommodations - hotels

Designers: Bush, Roed and Hitchings, Incorporated (firm); Callison Architecture, Incorporated (firm); KPFF Consulting Engineers (firm); Kiewit, Peter, Construction Company (firm); Sparling Electrical Engineering (firm); Yeager Bush (civil engineer); Anthony Callison (architect); James R. Duncan (electrical engineer); David Kennett Forssen Sr. (engineer); David G. Fritz (engineer); Arthur Hitchings (civil engineer); Albert Kelly (engineer); Peter Kiewit (building contractor); Harvey Paul Pittelko (engineer); Robert M. Roed (civil engineer); Thomas E. Sparling Sr. (electrical engineer)

Dates: [unspecified]

1112 4th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101-3004

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Designed by Callison Architects, the 27-story W Hotel in Seattle, one of the luxury W chain owned by Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide Incorporated, was the first new hotel building built in Seattle since 1983. The structure is topped by a 50-foot steel and glass pyramid, that lights as a beacon at night.

The W Hotel is 318 feet high and is located across the street from Rem Koolhaas's Seattle Public Library, Main Branch at 1000 Fourth Avenue. Tel: (206) 264-6000 (2006);

PCAD id: 7264