It feels like a privilege to live in such a progressive city that is continually ranked in the upper echelon for growth, development, economy. Living and working in downtown Seattle has never felt more exciting and vibrant. Among the many projects in the planning stages, we’ve been eyeing in particular the Federal Reserve Bank Building and Martin Selig’s plans for this site at 1015 Second Ave.
The Design Review Board will review the proposal for 36 floors of office topped with 12 additional floors of downtown living space on Tuesday, December 15. The review process includes an opportunity for public comment and involvement. If you’re so inclined, head down to City Hall at 7:00pm on the 15th to watch or participate. If you’re not, we do hope you’ll enjoy flipping through the plans online and take a moment to appreciate living in such a dynamic place that continues to build, thrive, and place value on building revitalization — and your opinions! We sure do.